Samsung Samsung Unveils 1,000 ANSI Lumen LED Projector

Samsung Korea has unveiled their latest LED-based projectors – the Samsung H03 pico projector, and the SP-F10M projector which boasts 1000 ANSI lumens brightness. Read on for the news release.

Samsung Samsung Unveils 1,000 ANSI Lumen LED Projector

Samsung Electronics today announced that it will be showcasing its LED data projectors – the 30 ANSI lumen pico-projector (Samsung H03) and the 1,000 ANSI lumen LED-based data projector (Samsung SP-F10M) – at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2010.

Showcased at CES 2010, the Samsung H03 attracted great attention for its tiny, palm-sized design and stunning performance. The tiny projector gives professional and home users a highly portable means of projecting images, be they family photos or corporate presentations. Weighing less than 200g, it is capable of running for up to two hours on a single charge, enough to watch a full-length movie or short meeting.

The H03 supports Microsoft Office and PDF formats for display. Despite its ultra-small size, the device supports connectivity to USB, PC and composites, as well as extensibility for incorporated memory and microSD cards. It requires very little maintenance; the projector’s LED lamp does not need replacement, consumes minimal power and warrants a lifespan of up to 30,000 hours.

Industry’s First 1,000 ANSI Lumen LED-Based Data Projector

Compared with existing LED projectors – most of which are rated at 200 ANSI lumens – Samsung’s new LED projector allows users to deliver a presentation and view a much brighter display, supporting easier reading conditions and less eye-strain. The SP-F10M has an LED light source that promises up to 30,000 hours lifespan (which is equivalent to about 20 years, based on four hours of use per day), with no need for lamp replacement.

The SP-F10M offers features ideal for helping busy professionals host effective and compelling meetings. With the PC-free File Viewer feature users can present Microsoft Office and PDF files in their native file format via a USB port.

Source: Korea Newswire