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A Chinese tech company that has made overtures toward bringing its wide array of phones to the US for years has brought over... a laser projector.
They're not mind-blowing in terms of resolution or brightness, but they're decent for the portability and the price as well.
Availability is quite slim, so the price isn't doing much to deter people from buying a small projector system with a touch field.
The Android projector follows up from last year's Xperia Projector and delivers wall-to-wall coverage as well as a tabletop experience.
The 2-in-1 ZTE Spro 2 Android projector, launched on AT&T and Verizon last year, makes its way to T-Mobile at last for an extravagant $500.
We reviewed the ZTE Spro 2 last year. It got carried by AT&T back then. But now, we have word that T-Mobile may be picking the Android project up.
The Spro line has proved relatively popular for ZTE, so why not go all out for this next one? Android Marshmallow, quad HD and other benies.