This cellphone projector may not be completely original—weve seen the real thing before—but it does look quite cool. The concept has a Windows Mobile phone projecting your computer's desktop onto a wall so you can make presentations or show off a cool YouTube video. It's 10 shades of impractical right now, but an interesting concept nonetheless. Why that Windows Mobile phone is projecting an OS X desktop is beyond us though. [Yanko Design]
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