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TouchPico promises to project your favorite Android apps (pictures)

Touchjet unveiled its TouchPico all-in-one projector and sensor at CES 2014.

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A close-up of TouchPico's projector and sensor.
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Playing the Google Play Fruit Ninja app on a table with the included stylus.
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The back of the TouchPico.
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The $150 DroidBox is a less expensive, sensor-only option that attaches to any existing projector.

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