That particular photo looks like a clip art hack job. The lady is holding a remote and whatever device is supposed to be below the image is too big in relation to everything else in the photo to be a phone. The art/graphics department just kind of tossed things together to represent the concept, not necessarily the reality.
I just checked it out and sure enough, as of 8:45 p.m. PDT Amazon appears to be out of stock. They do have links to other vendors with a sale price of new device at $575.00
Thanks for your description GL. Answered several of my thoughts. Would there be a case for the mods not in use but being carried around? A particular thought involves the speaker mod and the projector mod. Seems like if I want to use a projector it would be nice to have a speaker as well. Sounds like it will go down in the pantheon of good ideas such as the Edsel and New Coke.
Incorrect - the man who purchased the Segway company died in an accident involving the Segway on his property in England.
"Jimi Heselden, the man who purchased the Segway company from inventor Dean Kamen, died in a Segway accident yesterday.
The 62-year-old Heselden was apparently riding a rugged Segway x2 Adventure model (above photo) around his property when the accident occurred, according to The Independent.
Police believe that Heselden’s Segway drove off a cliff into the River Wharfe, which is located in Yorkshire, England. A spokesman for the West Yorkshire police department said, “Police have named James William Heselden as the 62-year-old local man who was pronounced dead yesterday after being pulled from the River Wharfe near to Leys Lane at Boston Spa.”
At this time, police do not believe there was anything suspicious about the accident. Heselden was known as one of the 400 richest people in the United Kingdom, but apparently came from “humble beginnings.”
He spent his early years as a miner before developing technology used to protect soldiers from explosions “in every major conflict since the first Gulf war.” Heselden was also known as a generous philanthropist, donating much of his fortune to various causes near his hometown."