Do its features justify that hefty price tag? Its projector features turn any flat surface (wall, table, floor, etc.) into an interactive screen. It uses a combination of infrared light and a built-in camera to detect and interpret motion at a 60 fps rate. The device is portable, but the battery only lasts about an hour with continuous use. The resolution is 1366 x 768 and it can project to a maximum of 80 inches. It also has a 13-megapixel camera, a stereo speaker and responds to voice commands using Google Assistant. You can see more about the Xperia Touch in our hands-on review and in the video below.