Ojo was showing off its latest device -- a travel version of the Ojo Video Phone
-- and we had a chance to catch it in action. This was a prototype, but they do plan to have it to market by the middle of the year. The device is compatible with other Ojo Video phones like the Shadow
and will retail for around $275, which is considerably cheaper than the Shadow. Aside from the smaller form factor and portability of the device, it is designed to be able to deal with poor connections at hotels and hotspots.
More pictures after the jump.
A shot from the back when the video phone is open.
The unit is portable, but not compact -- easily small enough to to fit in a brief case.