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Samsung MBP200 Projector Review

Posted: February 9, 2009
Samsung MBP200 Projector Review
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At just three quarters of an inch thick, this pint-sized projector displays up to a 50 inch image, and with a micro SD slot, you can bring up to 16 GB of media anywhere.

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


 

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  • brownae2

    I think she's talking about North Korea. SOUTH Korea has some of the best tech in the world. Maybe it's being released in (south) Korea first as Samsung is a Korean company?? How embarrassing...

    Posted: June 10, 2011 11:15 PM
    brownae2
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