“Chubbs,” “Fatty” — call it what you want, but the LG Expo ($200) is a standard smartphone with a surprising secret: a $180 DLP pico projector that straps to its back, not unlike an “iPhone” made from a cheap Tracfone, an iPod shuffle, and some tape. Apart from the optional rear monstrosity, which can display big-sceen size images from up to 8 feet away, the Expo has way-better-than-decent specs, with a 1GHz processor, a 3.2-inch touchscreen, a 5 megapixel camera with flash, a slide-out keyboard, 7.2 Mbps HSPA wireless, microSD storage, and Windows Mobile 6.5.
“As a kid, I grew up eating this all the time. I just love it,” says Mah. The big bonus, in addition to great taste, is that of all the green vegetables available in the fall, it has the most calcium (1/2 cup [125 mL] of cooked bok choy has 84 mg of calcium; the same amount of broccoli has 33 mg).