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ZTE Android Projector Hotspot Introduced At CES 2014
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ZTE Android Projector Hotspot Introduced At CES 2014

by Abhishek VoheraJanuary 9, 2014

A new Projector was introduced at CES 2014 and it is called ZTE Android Projector Hotspot. As the name suggests, it’s both a 1080p DLP projector (with HDMI as well as WiFi Display support) as well as an 8-device LTE hotspot. This device works on Android Version 4.2 that is Jelly Bean.

ZTE Android Projector Hotspot

The ZTE Android Projector Hotspot is easily  capable to connect up to 8 devices at a time and it provide them with LTE connectivity. Further it also offers 1080p resolution projection which is indeed a good resolution.

The biggest concern about this was its battery life and the signal strength. But the ZTE Android Projector Hotspot have changed the fundamentals of what a hotspot should be.


The ZTE Android Projector Hotspot have a 4 inch wide capacitive touch screen  which is placed in compact 4.7 x 4.7 x 1.1-inch frame on the top of device which helps user to navigate and change the different modes of this amazing projector. This device comes with Android version 4.2 that is Jelly Bean. It also have the ability to connect  as many devices such as smartphones, laptops, tablets via Wi-Fi Direct or HDMI.

“The new Projector Hotspot is a prime example of new technology we’ve developed based on our success in smartphones,” said Mr. Lixin Cheng, Chairman and CEO, ZTE USA. “ZTE devotes 10 percent of its profits to R&D so that we can continue to produce a range of high-performance consumer electronics just like this new device.” – Press Release

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Abhishek Vohera

Abhishek Vohera is the Founder and Chief Editor at Above Android. He is from Mumbai, India. Abhishek is a IT Engineer by education and also Blogger and SEO expert by passion. He is crazy about Android and a true Google Fan Boy.