In an interesting but compact design, Miika Mahonen’s Nokia Pulse appears to be quite welcoming.
The concept of the Pulse is a mini do-it-all projector. Equipped with an LED projector and Dolby digital sound, the Nokia Pulse uses a phone as a remote (through Bluetooth) to control the devices actions.
The Nokia Pulse is great for any multimedia experience, from a brief office presentation to watching a movie at home. The image size ranges from 15" up to 60" with a boasting 16.7 million colours.
The Nokia Pulse, to say the least, is a tiny little multimedia mastermind.
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