An Android powered portable projector that can also manage your emails is certainly one of the stranger sounding products on show at this year’s CES, but that’s exactly what the ZTE SPro 2 has to offer.
This little pico projector is capable of outputting a 720p image up to 120-inches in size, with a brightness of 200 lumens, double that of its predecessor. The ZTE SPro 2 doesn’t scrimp on the extra features either, as it also works as a portable 4G/LTE hotspot for up to eight devices and is powered by a high-end Snapdragon 800 processor.
Dotted around the device, you will also find a range of useful port options, including USB 3.0, HDMI and audio connections, as well as space for 2TB of expandable storage, plenty of room for a few HD movies. The SPro 2 packs in a 6,300 mAh battery, allowing the device to run for 3 hours as a projector or 10 hours while in hotspot mode.
Backing up the decent hardware offering is a full Android KitKat operating system, skinned for easy navigation on the 5-inch touchscreen located on the top of the projector and packing in a range of useful media based features. This grants owners full access to their usual Android media libraries, connectivity to other sources, and also opens the door to some portable projector based gaming, thanks to the Snapdragon 800’s Adreno 330 GPU.
Stay tuned for a full review when the ZTE SPro2 hits the market.