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Project with confidence

LAS VEGAS -- Why just carry around a boring old hotspot when you can have a hotspot that actually does something useful while transmitting data? At CES 2015, the ZTE S Pro 2 fills this apparent void.

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A peek at Pico

Turn on the built-in Pico projector and -- boom! -- you can throw your own media-sharing party practically anywhere.

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Care to connect?

The S Pro 2 connects to your device using HDMI or USB wires, or a Bluetooth, Wi-Fi or LTE network (if it has carrier support, that is).

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Touchscreen

Icons on the touchscreen navigate you through the hotspot's different functions.

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Power up

Its gargantuan 6,300mAh battery provides three hours of projection or 10 hours of hot-spotting.

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Some internal memory

Internally, it can store up to 16GB of videos and images.

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Snapdragon 800 inside

The S Pro 2 is equipped with a 2.1GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor and runs Android 4.4 KitKat.

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Bottoms up

You know, just in case you want to see what's underneath.

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Ultraportable projector

This isn't your typical hotspot, that's for sure. Check out our video and first impressions of the ZTE S Pro 2.

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