Samsung outs 8 new data projectors
Samsung has announced a data projector octuplet broken into four new families--the P Series, the D Series, the L Series, and the A Series.
The A Series is the home theater line, made up of the A400, A800 and A900. The entire family utilizes a DLP optical engine that increases brightness 50 percent over previous models. The A800 and A900 are part of the Joe Kane Signature Series and sport 1080p resolution. All three models include a pair of HDMI ports, a pair of component ports, as well as VGA, S-video, composite and PC slots. The trio also features RS-232C controls, and feature 2500:1, 10000:1, and 12000:1 contrast ratios, respectively.
The P Series consists of the P400 portable projectordesigned for mobile applications, weighing in at under 2 pounds. The DLP projector pumps out 150 ANSI lumens from an LED light source, has a 30000 lamp life, and has built-in speakers, as well as composite and VGA slots.
The L Series consists of the L300and L220, both 3LCD projectors, that boast respective brightness levels of 3000 and 2200 lumens. Both have built-in speakers, RS-232C controls, VGA, composite, and PC slots. The L300 also has an HDMI input. The L Series is designed for larger venues like classrooms or conference rooms.
Finally, the D Series, which consists of the D300and D400, is another DLP family. Designed for very large venues like auditoriums or conference halls, the D300 and D400 both have 3000:1 contrast ratios, and HDMI, VGA, composite, component, and PC ports. Both also have RS-232C network controls, and the pair boast respective brightness levels of 3000 and 4000 lumens.
All eight new Samsung projectors are now available.
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Posted by Justin Davey at April 16, 2009 8:46 AM