Let's run through the specs real quick: 80 Lumens, Android 4.2, Wireless operation, SD Card, Google Cast support and more. Yeah, it does stuff, let's get back to that touch anywhere thing:
The provided stylus emits an IR signal and the TouchPico projector has an IR camera. Sounds simple. Like I mentioned, this means that no matter what size you project to, up to 80-inches comfortably, the surface can be used as a touch interface.
I won't go on too much here, I've gone over the particulars in my Android Authority post, head over there to get the details.
I have mixed thoughts on the TouchPico. As the word pico implies, it is designed to be portable. I am sure that I would take it on the go for specific purposes, but I doubt I'd want to project my business meeting via Google Hangouts onto the wall of the coffee shop, like they show off in the campaign video. That said, I work from home, so portability is not as important to me. I'd give up a bit of wireless freedom in exchange for a more powerful light, more recent Android OS version or a lower price tag.
What do you think, are interested in a touch anywhere projection Android device?
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