As we've long been predicting here at Stuff Towers, 2009 will be the year of guerilla cinema. We've already been wowed by the Optoma Pico projector and now at CES 2009 we've seen the logical conclusion of airing all those hilarious mobile phone clips to a room full of people - the world's first integrated mobile and mini projector.
The Logic Bolt will increase screeb size by 3000 per cent, with apparently "razor-sharp" quality, although we'll get back to you on that once we get a full demo.
As well as the obviously hilarious uses, the Bolt is also being marketed as a serious business tool, with built-in PowerPoint, Exel and Word for pocket-sized presentations. And we're promised future models with full Windows Mobile and video conferencing.
It's also Xbox and Wii compatible, although we're not quite sure why. Anyhoo, it's US-only at the moment, but will be available for $100 on a two-year contract with T-Mobile, so there's a possibility that projection fans in Blighty might see it on these shores too.