Engadget says ” QP Optoelectronics may have exactly what you’re looking for with the LightPad, a folio-styled peripheral that combines a keyboard with an 11-inch rear projection screen. The built-in pico projector lights up the screen with a resolution of 854 x 480 in the first generation model, with a future model promising the same display size at a high-definition 1280 x 720 resolution. The built-in projector also flips around to create a 60-inch display, and will play nice with any smartphone that has an available MHL or HDMI port. While that three-part footprint doesn’t make it a particularly viable option for airplane viewing, office types may appreciate the two different form factors. We’ll be staking a claim to a hands-on when it makes its debut next month at CES 2012”.
Source : Engadget