At just 3/4" thick, this pint-sized projector displays images up to 50" and with a micro SD slot, you can bring up to 16 GB of media anywhere.
Look below the cut for the written review from Attack of the Show.
What You Need to Know
- This really impressed us at CES, obviously because of its size
- It's a little over 4" long and 3/4" thick
- The device is a little heavier than most cell-phone-sized devices at 5.6 oz., but it still fits in your pocket
- Overall, it's incredibly portable
- The touch panel is easy to use and there are very few menus to navigate, which makes it simple to find what you need
- The problem is, once you change it to projector mode, it's a little harder to navigate, since you no longer can see what you're doing on the screen
- It'd be nice if it displayed through the projector lens and on the screen
- It's using the same technology as DLP TVs and is incredibly brighter and sharper than you'd expect
- The focus slider makes it easy to adjust the picture
- We did have a little bit of video lag with larger files. Even if it was on the Micro SD card or the internal memory; things were jumpy
- It supports a lot of file formats like Microsoft Office docs, DiVx, MP3s, and Jpegs
- It is Micro SD expandable up to 16 GB
- We’re not giving it a rating yet, because Samsung hasn't announced a price yet, and it'll be in Korea first before it comes to America, however, we really like it