Projector Hotspot from ZTE

LAS VEGAS -- Though pricing and exact dates remain unknown for the Projector Hotspot, ZTE confirmed that its projector/hotspot hybrid will launch in the US by the end of 2014.

Read editors' take
Photo by: Lynn La/CNET

Visit manufacturer site for details.

Compact in size

Physically, the square-shaped device measures a little less than 5x5 inches and weighs 0.88 pound.

Read editors' take
Photo by: Lynn La/CNET

Visit manufacturer site for details.

Familiar Android UI

On top is a 4-inch colored touch screen, which has a 800x480-pixel resolution. Below that are hot keys that control the Hotspot Projector. These flush buttons include the familiar Back, Home, and Settings keys that are common on Android handsets.

Read editors' take
Photo by: Lynn La/CNET

Visit manufacturer site for details.

Beaming 120-inch images

The hotspot projector can beam 120-inch images and videos on nearby surfaces, and has 1080p input support.

Read editors' take
Photo by: Lynn La/CNET

Visit manufacturer site for details.

LTE data speeds for eight

The hotspot's OS is based on Android 4.2, and up to eight users can connect to its 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi network with 4G LTE data speeds. A 5,000mAh battery inside keeps the unit chugging along, and it also has a headset jack for audio output.

Read editors' take
Photo by: Lynn La/CNET

Visit manufacturer site for details.

HDMI support too

Because the unit can also charge other smartphones and tablets, there is a USB port on the back of the device. There's also a headset jack for audio output and an HDMI port, so you can connect your gaming consoles and project your games as well.

Read editors' take
Photo by: Lynn La/CNET

Visit manufacturer site for details.

REVIEW

The most beautiful phone ever has one wildly annoying issue

he Samsung Galaxy S8's fast speeds and fantastic curved screen make it a top phone for 2017, but the annoying fingerprint reader could sour your experience.

Hot Products