The Spro Plus is, first and foremost, a portable, battery-powered, laser projector. It can project a 300-inch sized picture onto a surface, and with 500 lumens of brightness, it'll look decent even in rooms that aren't very dark.
However, unlike most projectors, which are pretty simple affairs, the Spro Plus also doubles as an Android tablet running the new Marshmallow version of Android. It has an 8.4-inch, 2K LCD screen; 3GB of RAM and 32 or 128GB of storage. The 4W stereo speakers, made by Harman/Kardon, provide better sound than you'd get from an ordinary tablet.
It's all powered by a huge 12,100mAh battery, which ensures 6 hours of projection time; though if you want full brightness, you'll need to connect the Spro Plus to a power socket. Finally, the ZTE is a connectivity hub; besides the USB and HDMI ports and a headphone jack, it also has Wi-Fi connectivity, and one version will have a 4G LTE slot, so you'll be able to use it as a mi-fi-style hub. We don’t have firm specs on size and weight but the prototype they showed in Barcelona came in at about 2 pounds and sized like a 10-inch tablet (although a very fat one).
ZTE is quite proud of the Spro Plus's size and weight, as it's quite a bit smaller than its predecessor, the ZTE Spro 2. We don't have the exact measurements, but it weighs around 1 kilogram, and is sized like a 10-inch tablet (albeit a very fat one). ZTE hasn’t announced pricing or availability but it appears that the unit will be available early this summer.