• Xperia-Touch
  • Xperia-Touch-2
  • Xperia-Touch-3
  • Xperia-Touch-4

One of the staples of futuristic technology is its independence of screens and now we’re one step closer to that future. The Sony Xperia Touch is a projector/Android tablet hybrid that can project a touchscreen onto any flat surface, vertical or horizontal. That means you can play touch driven games on a table, then move the Xperia to a wall to work with a more traditional PC setup. The system comes with a 10-point enabled touch sensitivity, meaning you’ll be able to use any and as many of your own personal fingers as you’d like. The projector functions at a 1366 x 768 resolution, a far cry from the 4K that’s quickly becoming the norm, but for everyday use, it should be more than enough. A built-in battery-life of about an hour makes the Xperia portable, though that functionality is probably more aimed at rooms in a house, not laptop level portability. It’s a little difficult to nail down exactly who this is marketed towards, as it’s not powerful enough to replace a desktop and not portable enough to replace a laptop or tablet, but if this is a sign of tech to come, we’ll support it.


Tired of the limited options in the brick-and-mortar world and the traditional retail experience, the guys from Paul Evans set out to make their own luxury Italian shoes. Made from the finest Italian calfskin leather that’s been Blake stitched for exceptional comfort, sleek design and the ability to resole, these dress shoes are heritage brand quality available to you at a fraction of the cost. Lace up something better with Paul Evans.