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Samsung Pocket Imager aims at digital signage

LAS VEGAS — Samsung Electronics America unveiled its P400 Pocket Imager, which offers the ability to easily transport and display information.

The Samsung Pocket Imager is small enough to take anywhere and can project images from a variety of sources, including computers, DVD players, video game stations and digital cameras.
Using DLP technology, the P400 has a native resolution of 800 x 600 SVGA. In addition to the 1,000-to-1 contrast ratio, the pocket imager has 150 ANSI lumens, creating a crisp and clear 30- to 40-inch diagonal image, even in a well-lit office setting. It also includes RGB, Composite-In, S-Video and audio-in (RCA L/R) rear inputs for optimal functionality.

The P400 features 1-watt (x2) built-in speakers. Measuring 5 inches wide by 3.7 inches deep and 2 inches high, the 1.9-pound pocket imager is light and portable. Plus, by utilizing LED with a lifespan of up to 30,000 hours, there is no projector lamp to replace.

“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 for Samsung Electronics America Information Technology Division. “The pocket imager’s versatility proves to be an ideal digital-signage solution for early technology adapters, mobile professionals and style-conscious enthusiasts.”

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