Logic Bolt, the world’s first projector phone, created by US-based Logic Wireless, has made its debut at the 2009 International Consumer Electronics Show this month in Las Vegas.
Whilst traditional cell phones provide an amazing amount of information, which users are forced to view on tiny palm-sized screens that make sharing that information difficult, the new cell phone increases screen size by 3000% or more through a built-in projector that casts razor-sharp images onto a wall or screen. It’s like carrying a big screen TV in your pocket.
Bolt features Office, PowerPoint, Excel and Word, the manufacturing company recommending it as “a must-have business tool”.
Logic Wireless phones are compatible with GSM carriers such as T-Mobile and AT&T . In the future, the company will expand its GSM Carrier network. Scheduled for release next month at a pre-contract price between $400 and $600 (or $100 with 2 years Carrier Contract) the Logic Bolt is a GSM handset with a 320×240 touchscreen, 3MP camera, 4GB storage and MicroSD expansion. It also features Bluetooth, Internet and connects with Laptop USB, TV, XBox, Wii. Using a bundled adapter, the phone can accept VGA and RCA inputs, passing the signal on for built-in 640×480 projections. The battery can only last 2 hours in projection mode, so a second battery comes bundled with the phone.
Logic Wireless LLC is a leading designer, manufacturer and marketer of innovative, wireless Projector Phone solutions for the global community.
The company is based in Tucson, Arizona and was founded by Aasim Saied and his partners Anna Deng and Miran Maric. Logic’s manufacturing partner is located in Shenzhen, China. Best of all, Logic Wireless won’t stop by just creating this cell phone with tiny projector squeezed inside. Manufacturer Logic Wireless hopes to release a CDMA+ GSM Quad Band / Windows Mobile Software version of the phone in the next four months with Live Video Conferencing while projecting, larger touch screen with slide keyboard and 4 Times Brighter Projection with Brightness Adjustment. Besides, they’re planning a 2.0 version of the product with QWERTY and possibly Android by the end of 2009.