Samsung MBP200 Pico Projector Enhances Mobile Experience

By PRESS RELEASE — January 11, 2009

LAS VEGAS --(Business Wire)--  Samsung Telecommunications America (Samsung Mobile) announced a new mobile phone accessory, the award-winning* MBP200 Pico Projector. The Samsung MBP200 is the ultimate wireless accessory, offering advanced features designed to enhance the mobile experience.

Compact and lightweight, the portable MBP200 can connect to mobile phones and laptops and by utilizing the DLP pico chip from Texas Instruments it allows users to transform their traditional two inch screen to a 50-inch viewing screen allowing others to share in the video experience. In addition, users can easily transfer files and project content independent of an attached source via the microSD card slot. The MBP200 has a simple shape and design with touchpad controls on the right side of the device for easy navigation and a 2.2-inch QVGA LCD screen which allow users to view content privately.

Samsung's MBP200 offers the latest entertainment features and independently supports standard Microsoft Office and PDF formats for display. With the MBP200, users can listen to music and create playlists, as well as view video, pictures or PDF, PowerPoint, Word or Excel files.

The Samsung pico projector delivers a superior picture from a mobile device and is powered by a miniaturized version of the same imaging technology found in DLP HDTVs, home theater projectors and large-scale cinema houses.

The unit can accommodate a range of projected image sizes -- from an 8.5 x 11 standard sheet of paper to a large 50-inch screen. For added convenience, the MBP200 comes with a small screen holder with a telescoping pole hidden inside, which can instantly turn a standard sheet of paper into a screen to view movies, document files or pictures. The 3.5mm standard jack allows users to enjoy their own headphones or speakers, or the built-in external speaker allows the MBP200 to play audio directly from the device.

Samsung MBP200 Pico Projector Specifications

  • File viewer, picture viewer, music player, video player
  • Projection Panel -- HVGA (480*320); LCD 2.2" QVGA(320*240)
  • Audio Output -- 3.5 mm Standard Stereo Earphone Jack
  • Storage -- microSD slot (up to 16 GB)
  • Picture Viewer -- JPEG, GIF, Animated GIF, MBP
  • Music Player -- MP3, WMA, OGG, AAC, WAV
  • Video Player --
  • Video CODEC: DivX, Xvid, WMV9 Simple Profile, MPEG-2, MPEG-4; Audio CODEC: MP3, AAC, WMA
  • File Viewer -- Adobe PDF (.pdf); MS PowerPoint (.ppt); MS Word (.doc); MS Excel (.xls); Text (.txt)
  • Size/Weight -- 107.3 x 48.8 x 19 mm / 160 g
The MBP200 will be available later this year.

*The MBP200 was named the CES Innovations 2009 Design and Engineering Best of Innovations in the wireless handset accessories category. The Best of Innovations is given to the most highly honored products in each category.

About Samsung Telecommunications America
Samsung Telecommunications America, LLC, a Dallas-based subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., researches, develops and markets wireless handsets and telecommunications products throughout North America. www.samsungwireless.com

About Samsung
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. is a global leader in semiconductor, telecommunication, digital media and digital convergence technologies with 2007 consolidated sales of approximately US$105 billion. Employing approximately 150,000 people in 134 offices in 62 countries, the company consists of four main business units: Digital Media Business, LCD Business, Semiconductor Business, and Telecommunication Business. Recognized as one of the fastest growing global brands, Samsung Electronics is a leading producer of digital TVs, memory chips, mobile phones and TFT-LCDs. www.samsung.com


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