PC Mag recently got a chance to play with the pico projector-enabled Windows Mobile 6.5 LG eXpo, a device that sports a touchscreen, 5-megapixel camera, and LG’s S Class UI. The projector unit snaps onto the back of the LG eXpo and will cost an additional $180 to the phone’s $200 price tag on contract.

Additionally, the LG eXpo comes with a biometric fingerprint reader so you’ll no longer need to authenticate yourself with PINs and passwords when unlocking your device; the Authentec biometric scanner will also be able to work with Exchange environments so you don’t need to enter Exchange passwords as well for strict security. When in the device, the sensor will serve in the same way that an optical trackpad–like that found on the BlackBerry Bold 9700–so you can swipe around in four directions. In “trackpad mode” users can also enter turbo scroll mode to quickly move through a long webpage, list, or document.

(via: MobileTechWorld

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