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Sprint’s Projector/Charger/Set-Top LivePro, the Only Hotspot You Will Ever Need

Most mobile hotspots are appropriately conspicuous, since they’re meant to be portable and stowable, after all, but the ZTE-made Sprint LivePro makes no stride to be subtle. Debuting first on Sprint, the 3G/4G hotspot is a veritable Swiss army knife, sporting a built-in DPL mini projector, back-up battery, and even HDMI out for media streaming.

The projector, powered by Android 4.2, takes MacGyverism to the extreme. In addition to the 5,000mAh battery, it packs a 4-inch touchscreen, built-in speaker, and headphone jack. Plus, it’s launching with a companion app that can serve media to it wirelessly.

The LivePro may sound absurd, but it might just consolidate a few gadgets you would normally pack on, say, a camping trip. One thing is for certain – if you can justify the $449.99 asking price, you are getting one heck of a conversation piece.

ZTE Projector on stand left angle

Via: Sprint
  • AngryBadger

    Sprint, what have you done to Wall-e?! Anyways, wow what a gizmo. Review?

  • BrendaGoodairadt

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  • Jeremy Turnley

    Heh, the promo material is funny. I’d like to see the backyard BBQ that the projector would be usable at. It would have to be one of those middle of the night ones with a small number of people in it if the projector is like other picos that are out there.
    That being said, this is a unique item with a lot of useful features packed into a very small (4.7 x 4.7 x 1.1 inch!) package. For a road warrior, this could be a real asset.

    • Drunken Mario Kart Guy

      I always wanted a cheap projector for BBQ’s and events to project Mario Kart64 on the back of my garage wall.

      • Jeremy Turnley

        You can get decent ones for under $500, and really nice ones for under $700 now, but these mini projectors aren’t bright enough to make a screen larger than 1-2 feet and still be visible in any sort of light. LED projectors in general have a long way to go yet; they are either super expensive, or too dim to be useful outside of a dark room. Casio does make some decent laser/LED hybrids that aren’t up to home theater standards but are good enough for presentation rooms or probably a backyard BBQ that might be worth checking out.

    • Daistaar

      Maybe if you tie it together with a Playstation TV…

  • I believe you mean DLP and not DPL

    • Birear

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  • JoshGroff

    If it wasn’t so spendy, I’d be interested.

  • TopXKiller

    Looked pretty cool until you told me the price

    • JoshGroff

      My thoughts exactly, I’d almost consider dropping $200, but 450 is a no go.

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