AT&T Exposes LG's eXpo with Pico Projector
Today AT&T and LG announced the eXpo, a new sideways slider that features a removable Texas Instruments DLP pico projector. The eXpo has a 1GHz processor on board and can connect to AT&T's 7.2Mbps HSDPA network where available. The eXpo also has a full QWERTY keyboard, 3.2-inch touch display, and 5 megapixel camera with flash. It has a slot for microSD cards up to 16GB. The eXpo also has a fingerprint sensor for securing the device against unauthorized use. The sensor also doubles as a navigation control for the eXpo. The eXpo runs Windows Mobile 6.5. The Pico Projector weighs 1.8 ounces and can project pictures, videos or other content up to eight feet. It will be available starting December 7 to AT&T's enterprise customers for $200 after mail-in rebate with new contract.
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I played with this phone...
So since you've gotten to play with it, does it have a 3.5mm jack? I'm guessing no.
And is the camera auto focus?
Projector sold separately
I didn't expect this technology this soon, ESPECIALLY in the U.S.!!!
!!-U.S.-!! carrier with a smartphone in it's lineup with a projector this early. I really didn't think this tech would reach us here in the states well at the soonest this time next year.
Y/N on the 3.5mm jack? More detailed specs would be nice.
This is a total unexpected surprise to see a
!!-U.S.-!! carrier with a smartphone in it's lineup with a projector this early. I really didn't think this tech would reach us here in the states well at the soonest th