We’re no strangers to projector-enabled smartphones: Samsung has (had) two models with the Galaxy Beam and the Galaxy Beam 2. Not that you cared about it. Well, you’ll care about this one from Lenovo here, if you’re really a geek! Just announced at the Lenovo Tech World Conference, the Lenovo Smart Cast not only projects images, but also projects a touch-enabled keyboard on surfaces. How cool is that?

It has an integrated focus-free laser projector and the top part of the phone rotates in order to place a laser projected touch keyboard to the front of the device. There’s really no use in trying to explain how cool this is (or the kickstand), so just check out the video below, and do tell us how much would you be willing to pay for it? No, sadly, we don’t have any other info on the device (not that we care, really, we just want to test it out), but as soon as we hear more, we’ll let you know.

Laser projected touch keyboard

Source: YouTube
Via: Engadget

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