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It won't make calls of course, but it does create a virtual desktop or movie screen you can look at with others.
Want Android on your countertop? Turn on the Sony Xperia Touch (previously known as the Sony Xperia Projector).
The device, which is in its final design, but not yet launched, is small enough to carry with you or keep stationed in your home.
Instead of reaching down for your phone, you'd use the Android-run projector to beam a touch-sensitive image onto any flat surface.
You can also connect a Sony PlayStation 4 controller to play games.
The image spans from 23 inches up to 80. But it's only touch-sensitive at 23 inches.
A camera makes it possible to video chat.
You can also use the microphone to trigger Google voice search. "OK, Google..."
Click through for more examples of what you can do and see the unit itself.
The projector about the size of a thick book.
It's got a power button and volume controls.
You can position it to beam on a tabletop of up on a wall.
It has a Micro-USB connector...
...and an HDMI port.
Read more about the Sony Xperia Touch and all the best from CES 2017.
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