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Old 01-08-2009, 12:04 PM
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Default Samsung PMP and Pico Projector goodness!

Samsung MBP200 Pico Projector....



http://www.samsungusanews.com/2009/0...jector-cometh/

Ok, I'm in.. this looks fantastic!

The MBP200 is a compact portable projector designed to connect directly to mobile phones and laptops to bring your presentations on the road. Weighing in at just 160-grams, the Pico Projector is capable of projecting on a surface as small as a sheet of paper up to a 50-inch viewing area.

The Pico Projector natively supports PDF and Microsoft Office standard file formats, while support for microSD (in capacities up to 16 GB) allow the device to display content independently.

With its 2.2-inch QVGA LCD screen, 3.5-milimeter headphone jack and built-in speaker, the MBP200 conveniently doubles as a portable media player (PMP). The device supports common audio formats like MP3, WMA and OGG, and popular video codecs such as DivX and Xvid.

Full product specs:

Features: File viewer, picture viewer, music player, video player
Projection Panel: HVGA (480*320)
LCD: 2.2” QVGA(320*240)
Audio Output: 3.5 mm Standard Stereo Earphone Jack
Storage: microSD slot (up to 16 GB)
Picture Viewer: JPEG, GIF, Animated GIF, MBP
Music Player: MP3, WMA, OGG, AAC, WAV
Video Player: Video CODEC: DivX, Xvid, WMV9 Simple Profile, MPEG-2, MPEG-4; Audio CODEC: MP3, AAC, WMA
File Viewer: Adobe PDF (.pdf), MS PowerPoint (.ppt), MS Word (.doc), MS Excel (.xls), Text (.txt)
Size/Weight: 107.3 x 48.8 x 19 mm / 160 g
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Old 01-08-2009, 12:09 PM
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Cute concept/toy... hope the next generation will have better screen/projector specs. Looks like it runs Windows Mobile, with that codec/document support.
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Old 01-08-2009, 03:04 PM
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I'd like to know the cost, lamp life, lamp replacement cost, battery life, etc. Still a little thick. I'd love to see one in action though.
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...and a video... http://www.g4tv.com/ces2009/videos/3...Projector.html
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Looks like LEDs for the lamp. One to Two hour battery life. There are several Pico projectors now available through amazon but no Samsungs I could find. Waiting for the Samsung to show up, as it's the only one I've seen with office app support built-in.
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May Release. Prices for the MBP200 set at 499 euros. $671 U.S. if my conversion is right. Too pricey considering an AAXA Pico projector/player can be had for $259.

Samsung - 480 x 320.
AAXA P1 - 640 x 480.
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WHAT THE?!?
actually its 750$US on ebay with a free shipping..
way too much
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May Release. Prices for the MBP200 set at 499 euros. $671 U.S. if my conversion is right. Too pricey considering an AAXA Pico projector/player can be had for $259.

Samsung - 480 x 320.
AAXA P1 - 640 x 480.

I have the AAXA Tech unit, it's awesome! I think the main porlbem with the Samsung, like the Optoma is the DLP which limits the resolution, and royalties to DLP makes it expensive...

I'll post a review of my AAXA projector in a little bit
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