The ZTE Spro Plus is a curious product that runs Android and has a built in projector. At the IFA Global Press Conference in Shenzhen, China, ZTE's Waiman Lam, casually suggested the gathered press imagine the device running Windows 10.
Specifically while discussing accessories you can use with the Spro Plus, such as a keyboard and mouse, Lam suggested that such a product with Windows 10 could be your complete portable PC. Nothing more, nothing to suggest that there is a Windows 10 version of the Spro Plus being made, but it was a curious comment to come from a senior figure.
The Spro Plus is part high-end tablet, with such hardware features as a QHD display, 12100 mAh battery, LTE connectivity and wireless HDMI support, and part mobile projector. It runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow and gives you such freedoms as streaming Netflix and projecting it to a wall at 120-inches in size.
There's nothing to say such a product will exist any time soon, but it's an interesting idea. A Windows 10 tablet PC that you can project to the wall as well as or instead of plugging in to an external display. Would anyone want such a thing in their lives? Let us know in the comments below.
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