US-based mobile device maker Akyumen Technology shows off a number of products at MWC 2016-- the Falcon EDU and Falcon M tablets, the Hawk smartphones and the Holofone phablet, all featuring built-in projectors.
The company claims the projector inside all its devices can beam images up to 100-inch in size via bulb with a 3000 hour lifespan, all while avoiding the heat issues involved with similar devices.
As the name might suggest, the Falcon EDU is aimed at the education market, while the Falcon M is a consumer version. Both run on Windows 10 and carry Intel quad-core CPUs with 4GB RAM. The EDU includes 200GB built-in storage and a 40+ lumen projector, while the M version has 300GB storage, a 45+ lumen projector and the ability to switch between Windows 10 and Android.