Samsung Launches Pint-Sized Projector

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Samsung Electronics America announced Wednesday the P400 Pocket Imager, a compact projector designed for presenters on the go.

At 5” (W) x 3.7” (D) x 2” (H), the P400 weighs in at 1.9 pounds and has two built-in 1-watt speakers. Other features include a native resolution of 800 x 600 (SVGA), a 1000:1 contrast ratio, a 30-inch to 40-inch (diagonal) image, as well as RGB, composite in, S-video, and RCA stereo audio inputs.

"We continue to push the boundaries in digital signage and projection and are thrilled to launch the P400 as it expands Samsung's growth into projection mobility for the various environmental application demands," said Christopher Franey, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Samsung Electronics America Information Technology Division, in a statement June 18. "The pocket imager's versatility proves to be an ideal digital signage solution for early technology adapters, mobile professionals and style-conscious enthusiasts."

The P400 provides a brightness of 150 ANSI lumens and boasts a lamp lifespan of up to 30,000 hours. With an estimated street price of $749, the P400 is currently offered through Samsung resellers and distribution channels.

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