Logic Wireless has just unveiled the Logic Bolt, a mobile phone/mini projector, at CES.

If the idea of a mobile phone that comes equipped with a projector sounds somewhat familiar to you, that’s because it’s not a completely new concept. In fact, Logic Wireless has assumed all the rights from China King (Epoq EGP-PP01 KIRF) to produce this unique mobile phone and has finally brought it to US soil. Aside from the mini projector, the Logic Bolt comes with a 3-megapixel camera, Bluetooth, quad-band GSM, and talk time of 2-3 hours. As far as video projecting is concerned, it can accommodate VGA input from other devices and can last for roughly 2 hours of continuous use. It currently runs on a Java OS, but the company has plans of releasing a Windows Mobile-based model as well as GSM/CDMA enabled units with live video conferencing sometime soon.

It’s currently pegged at $100 on-contract which makes it a pretty decent buy despite its rather awkward looks with the built-in projector. Considering this is a pioneering model, we’ll likely pass on this one and wait for a more polished and more capable model to come out in the near future.