Wednesday, January 07, 2009
Logic Wireless is set to debut the "Logic Bolt," which will feature the ability to project images on a surface such as a wall, allowing the phone to create images large enough for a crowd, as the projector can increase the size of the image by 3000%. Now the major appeal for this feature will no doubt be for business cell phone users who can easily pull out their phone and have presentations readily available, easier than ever. The phone will feature programs like Microsoft Excel, Word, and Powerpoint, which are must-have programs in the business world, and with this new phone, presentations can be made easier than ever. Of course this kind of technology will probably also lead to school kids projecting questionable pics the school hallways and such, but for the most part, this should be a really helpful tool for business and should make this phone a popular choice. Aside from the projector, the Bolt will also feature a touch screen, GSM quad band, a 3 mega pixel camera, Bluetooth, GPS, Internet, and will connect to multiple devices like TV's and laptop's. The MSRP will be $600, or $100 with 2 year carrier plan, and the phone will be available for GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile, and in the future, Logic will expand its GSM carrier network. The Logic Bolt is packed with features, and a price that isn't too bad if you're getting a contract anyway, the Logic Bolt could be one of the next big phones on the cellular market.