Details are still fuzzy, but with very little fanfare it appears the world’s first cell phone with a built-in projector has arrived. A company called Logic Wireless is claiming a CES debut of The Logic Bolt (in partnership with T-Mobile, no less). The phone has “razor-sharp” projections which can grow its screen size by 3000 percent and still retains a remarkably slim footprint, if the photos are any indication.
Besides the obvious display uses (pics of the dog, porn, music videos), the Bolt is packaged with PowerPoint, Excel and Word. And indeed the company is touting it as a necessary “business tool.” Future versions promise to have the entire Windows Mobile Software pack and full video-conferencing capabilities. At $100 with a two-year contract, this seems nearly too good to be true. But stranger things have happened. Folks, we may be looking at the future of phones here.
Full specs below:
Network: QUAD Band GSM/GPRS 850/900/1800/1900
size for reference 115.6X23.3X48.6 mm
Talk time: 2-3 hours
Stand-by Time: 200-250 hours
Video play time under projector mode: More than 2 hour (Battery)
Main Display Screen: 240×320 QVGA 2.4 TFT LCD
Resolution of projector:640×480 VGA
area/distance for projector :as TV screen of 34-64. 1-2m focus can be adjusted
External Video Interface: CVBS, support VGA Interface through a conversion line
that connects with PC
Camera: 3 Mega Pixels
mp3, mp4 player, support 3GPP/AVI
Support DVD, PMP, TV BOX, PC and Table computer to project.
Language: English and other languages supported!