The ZTE Spro 2 projector can now be snatched up from Verizon Wireless, after being available from AT&T for quite some time now. This Android based projector will set you back by $599, which is justified given what it brings to the table. You can check it out from Verizon’s retail location across the country or head over to ZTE’s official page below to get the projector today.
It comes with a 5 inch display panel along with the full suite of Play services and apps, so you can use it like any Android device. The projector is capable of displaying content in up to 120 inches with a brightness of 200 lumens. The Spro 2 can also double up as a mobile hotspot with the ability to connect up to 10 devices.
You can play content on the Spro 2 using an HDMI connection, standard USB or even a microSD card, so connectivity options are available in abundance here.
ZTE is also offering a new conference room makeover contest wherein users will have to send an image of their current conference room and a reason as to why they could use a makeover. The company will pick the most eligible winners at a predefined date and offer them a $50,000 makeover.
CEO of ZTE USA, Lixin Cheng said – “We are excited the Spro 2 will be available for consumers and business professionals looking for the latest stand-out device that will make life and work more efficient. Accessing and projecting content will feel that much more seamless and convenient with Verizon’s most reliable 4G LTE network.”
Source: ZTE USA