Sony’s Xperia Touch is a pricey beast, at £1,400 – but it’s also a very cool piece of tech for your home.
Functioning a bit like a smartphone that’s been loaded into a projector, the Xperia Touch serves to turn any surface into a touchscreen-capable display.
That means you can interact with your table, wall or countertop to play games, check maps or just browse the internet.
And because it’s supports multi-touch, it all feels like some kind of Minority Report-style piece of tech wizardry.
Gamers will also be happy to know you can use it with a PlayStation 4 and DualShock controller as a portable screen.
The projector is capable of throwing an image up to about 80 inches – although it only keeps touchscreen functionality up to 23-inches.
Which is still a lot bigger than a 10-inch iPad.
Like Sony’s Xperia phones, the Xperia Touch runs on Google’s Android operating system – giving you access to the millions of apps available in the Google Play Store.
“These state-of-the-art technologies are united into an impressively compact and elegant build, made with the highest quality materials for a sophisticated, premium finish,” says Sony.
“It’s lightweight and understated, designed to move seamlessly into any room of your home.”
Almost enough to make you forget about that price tag.