Tursion has launched a pico projector that combines the functionality of a portable display device with the backup of a computer.

Indeed, underneath the rather basic exterior of the Tursion TS-102 is an Android dual-core computer. The 624 MHz cores work in conjunction with a projector lamp to deliver an 800x600 image of up to 100 inches in size. However, the projector is only capable of delivering 20 lumens worth of light.

According to reports from Engadget, while it is possible to connect the projector to another device, there is no need to do so due to the fact that it contains an internal 8GB of flash memory. A microSD card is another option if there is a need to carry more information and data for use with the device.

It can be controlled by the simple selection of buttons on the top of the box, but it also includes a remote control and a touchpad for more advanced control options. These could be required to negotiate things like web browsing, through the WiFi enabled pico projector.

Meanwhile, the item also boasts a rechargeable battery that lasts for 80 minutes and a WiFi radio system.