You might recall back in April when ZTE launched a new projector called the Spro 2. That projector first launched at AT&T and it started at a price of $399. Presumably, that starting price was with a contract for the 4G connectivity the projector boasts. ZTE has now announced that the Spro 2 projector is available on the Verizon network for $599. That price is with no annual contract.
The projector has a 5-inch touchscreen built in along with 16GB of internal storage. That means you can show all sorts of movies, presentations, and other files from the projector with no computer needed. The projector runs the Android operating system and can run any apps on Google Play. That means you can play games and movies on a projected screen up to 120-inches.
Like most small projectors, brightness is the limiting factor here with the Spro 2 offering 120 lumens. You will need a dark room for ideal performance. The projector can act as a hotspot for up to ten devices at a time and has integrated WiFi, Bluetooth, USB, HDMI connectivity, and a microSD card slot. The projector also features autofocus and auto keystone for easy setup.
via ZTEFiled Under: Top News