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Old 16-04-2009
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Samsung launches new line of data projectors

Samsung Electronics America introduces it's eight new data projectors in four series, including the portable P400, the classroom-oriented and LCD-based L220 and L300 and Data-series D300 and D400 and three new models in the A-series meant for multimedia viewing in homes comprised of the A400, A800 and A900. The P400 is meant to be taken from boardroom to meeting room, with its sub-2lb weight, best in-class brightness at under 150 ANSI lumens from its LED light source. Its bulb is rated at 30,000 hours of life, and there are standard VGA and RCA composite video inputs, along with a built-in speaker and a screw for mounting on tripods.
The L220 and L300 are meant for use in-class and in conference rooms, each equipped with 3LCD light processing. The former is rated at 2,200 lumens, and the latter at 3,000 lumens. There are stereo speakers, along with VGA and composite video inputs and VGA PC loop output and RS-232C serial port. The L300 adds an HDMI input.


The D300 and D400 projectors use DLP technology to provide 3,000 and 4,000lumens of brightness, respectively, and a 3,000:1 contrast ratio. Either has a standard HDMI connection in addition to VGA and component and composite video inputs, as well as a VGA PC loop-out and RS-232C serial port.


The A-series projectors have different contrast ratios, with the A400 sporting a 2,500:1 rating, the A800 10,000:1 and A900 12,000:1, but otherwise sharing the same dual HDMI inputs, VGA, pair of component inputs, and S-video and composite input as well as the VGA PC loop-out and serial port. Supported resolutions allow for 1080p HD movies.

Mode Key Product Attributes P400 DLP optical engine, Ultra portability, LED light source, 30,000 Hours life, Standard VGA-in (15-pin D-sub), RCA Composite Video in, built-in speakers, tri-pod screw for mounting L300, L220 3LCD color processing, 3,000 & 2,200 Lumens, built-in stereo speakers, Standard VGA, Composite video in, HDMI Input (L300 only), VGA PC Loop-out, RS-232C Serial control D300, D400 DLP optical engine, 3,000 & 4,000 Lumens, 3,000:1 contrast ratio, unique cabinet design, Standard HDMI, VGA, Component and Composite video in, VGA PC Loop-out, RS-232C Serial control A400, A800 (Dark Chip 2) A900 (Dark Chip 4) DLP optical engine, 2,500:1/10,000:1/12,000:1 (A400/A800/A900) contrast ratio, color accuracy, (2) HDMI, VGA, (2) Component, S-video, and Composite video in, VGA PC Loop-out, RS-232C Serial control All Data Projectors are available through Samsung resellers and distribution channels.

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Re: Samsung launches new line of data projectors

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