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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.
Turn on the built-in Pico projector and -- boom! -- you can throw your own media-sharing party practically anywhere.
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).
Icons on the touchscreen navigate you through the hotspot's different functions.
Its gargantuan 6,300mAh battery provides three hours of projection or 10 hours of hot-spotting.
Internally, it can store up to 16GB of videos and images.
The S Pro 2 is equipped with a 2.1GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor and runs Android 4.4 KitKat.
You know, just in case you want to see what's underneath.
This isn't your typical hotspot, that's for sure. Check out our video and first impressions of the ZTE S Pro 2.