Jesse Wall, the R2 MES has a cd/dvd combo tray in one of the front blue bands that will project video 80" wide. I didn't catch the lumens of the projector, but in the video you can see another R2 in the background projecting ROTS on the backwall. The image looked good considering the exhibit hall was well lit and they were projecting straight onto a plastic laminate exhibit wall with seams instead of using a proper screen.
One of the men demonstrating the R2's (not Jeroen in the video) kept telling people how the MES would be great for girls slumber parties, because it was so portable. He told someone else (a specialty home entertainmnet electronics installer) it would do well in the vacation homes of his clients, without asking if that was the type of customer he had. He kept making jokes about how I would never loose the giant Millennium Falcon shaped remote, and I explained that I'd have the new problem of never being able to get it away from my kids to actually use it. He told me the CS remote webcam would be good for me, because I could use it to see if my roommates were drinking my beer. Um... I don't have roommates or beer in my home, but I do have three kids. My opinion is that Nikko has a niche product that could do really well in the fan boy market and modestly well with the Sharper Image market. There are cheaper, portable projectors with better image quality for slumber parties (check out Optima) that target teenage girls and high school kid gamers in the hundreds of dollars rather than a $2500 R2-D2. I wonder what their thoughts are about who is going to buy these two products? At CES it felt like a real shotgun approach: "Your mother-in-law would LOVE this R2! It will be the hit of the retirement community, if they can figure out the 100 button Millennium Falcon remote..." Well, they didn't actually say that, but it wouldn't stretch the imagination.