CES 2009: Re-introducing the First Projector Phone as the Logic Bolt

Published: January 8, 2009

Logic Wireless debuted a show stopper this year for everyone sick of having to tote presentations on a laptop - the first viable "projector phone." The Logic Bolt, which originally debuted under another name last year and has been re-dubbed, is the perfect answer to complicated slide show presentation set ups - with the phone, you simply dim the lights and project...not bad.

Of course, the GSM quad band candy bar device only gets 2-3 hours of talk time, but it does come loaded with most of the other standards - Bluetooth, 3 mega pixel camera, GPS, and of course Windows Mobile software for your PowerPoint viewing pleasure. It also boasts a 2.4" QVGA touchscreen for the projectee and up to 64" projection display for interested onlookers.

The device is rumored to retail at about $600USD, but no official partnership announcements have been made with other carriers at this point.

via GearLog

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