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Old 07-30-2014, 04:12 PM   #1
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LXer: Palm-sized mini PC projects display, uses IR for touch

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TouchPico is prepping an Android 4.2 mini-PC that doubles as a pico-projector and approximates touch input via an infrared stylus and camera. Itís not enough to offer just another straight-ahead pico projector these days. Sprintís recent, ZTE-built LivePro, for example, doubles as a mobile hotspot and features an embedded display, and Promateís LumiTab is also a tablet. Now a startup called TouchPico offers a similarly Android-based TouchPico device that adds touch input to projected images.



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