It was introduced at the last CES, it is now officially on sale in Korea. The Samsung MBP200 is a pocket projector that measures 109.7×48.8x19mm and weighs 140g. It comes with a 2.2” color LCD, 190MB of internal memory, a DMB TV Tuner, Mp3 player, photo player, a microSD slot that support up to 16GB. It also can display MS Office files like Excel, PowerPoint, Word, and PDF files. The MBP200 is available at ₩400,000.00 (€225). Read more…
Archive for the ‘Projectors’ Category
April 9th, 2009
March 23rd, 2009
Beambox a UK company has released their latest pocket sized projector which called the Evolution R-1 Pico Projector. This little device is capable of projecting images at 640×480 resolution and comes with a brightness level of 30 lumens. The projector comes with 1GB of internal memory, microSD card slot and a built-in rechargeable battery that provides you 90 minutes playback. The Beambox Evolution R-1 Pico Projector is available now for pre-order at £260. Read more…
March 21st, 2009
Castrade has released their CV-MP02, an ultra compact projector that uses LED as the light source. It has the 640 x 480 resolution, 0.44-inch panel, 10 lumens and a max power consumption of 10 watts. This projector is going to cost you around $355 to $366.
March 2nd, 2009
This clock uses mirrors and lights to project your time to any wall from 1 to 7 meters away. It shows hour, minute and second with adjustable brightness. It features a manual Lens Focusing for Short to Long Distance Projection and a 45 deg Tilt for Projecting Clock on Ceilings or on Walls. Alright, that pose is old. Read more…
January 13th, 2009
Samsung has announced its MBP200 Pico Projector today, a portable projector that can be connected to mobile phones or laptop for up to a 50-inch viewing screen. The MBP200 support standard Microsoft Office and PDF for the display. This portable projector also comes with a tiny stand with a telescoping pole hidden inside which capable of turning a paper into a screen to view movies, document files or pictures. The Samsung MBP200 is going to be released somewhere in this year. Read the rest for the video. Read more…
December 23rd, 2008
Keep it away from children, the Castrade Mini-LED Projector look just like a toy. Meauring at 40 x 57 x 59 millimeters and comes with built-in speakers, an RCA port, and actually renders a 4:3 image with 640 x 480 VGA resolution. This is definitely a good one to keep in your handbag. The Castrade Mini-LED Projector is priced around $278. One more shot after the break. Read more…
December 20th, 2008
Optoma has released its premium full HD projector ‘EP1080’ in Korea market. It boasts the TI’s 0.95-inch 1080p DMD chipset and supports 1,920 x 1,080 resolution, 3,600 Ansi Lumen of brightness and 2,200:1 contrast ratio. With Philips’ VIDI technology, it comes with HDMI port, DVI-D, S-Video, IR receiver etc. The Optoma EP1080 is available this January for 9,900,000KRW.
December 5th, 2008
Adtec Japan’s MP15A Series (AD-MP15A) is a new compact LCOS mobile projector with a VGA resolution (4:3), a 15 lumens brightness, a 200:1 contrast ratio, and a 20000hours of LED lifespan. It measures 27mm x 58mm x 90mm and weighs at only 147g. It is available in black or white and it is priced around €334 in Japan.
November 29th, 2008
The Holocube is an innovative projector that stores video on a built-in hard drive to projects 3D holograms. The Holocube can store up to 18-hours of compressed video at 4MB/s on its 40GB hard drive and then turn to 3D hologram at the flick of a switch. There’s also an optional floor stand for easy transportation. More pictures after the break. Read more…
November 28th, 2008
Victor-JVC has released its new limited edition of the DLA-HD750. It is limited to only 200 units. Nothing that special except its a “Premium Pearl white” color. The specs are still the same as the previous version ~ a native ratio of 50000:1, and a brightness of 900 Lumens. It is also Full HD with supports for 1080p resolution. Get this limited edition starting December 25th, 2008 that is the Christmas day for €6100. Wow! Santa, I want this one.