It would be difficult to know what to expect from the Solo Remote Access Device until it has been switched on. Taking the relative size and dimensions of a camera lens, this compact contraption would actually be more powerful than a laptop.
Twist Alexander Morrison's invention to reveal a couple of pop-out projectors. One of them angles downwards to produce an input interface while the other casts its image against a wall to become a sort of simulated screen. You can adjust the size of the display and customize your virtual keyboard and touchpad. Sensors read your gestures easily and translate your commands efficiently. One of the reasons why the Solo Remote Access Device is particularly innovative is because it can sync up with your office computer, providing you with all of your files and software when you take this to a meeting or away on business.