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Samsung EAD-R10 launched as pico projector for Galaxy devices

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Samsung EAD-R10
Samsung EAD-R10

Samsung has officially unveiled the Samsung EAD-R10, a pico projector to that has been designed to accompany its range of Galaxy devices.

The Samsung EAD-R10, roughly the size of a Samsung Galaxy S3, links up to tablets and smartphones (not just those made by Samsung, we should add) via a full-size HDMI input, projecting a 640 x 360 pixel image onto any available surface.

It includes a speaker, a button to control the focus and a battery that Samsung claims will deliver up to two hours of on-the-go use per charge. The image brightness goes up to 20 lumens, so it seems like users may need to find a dark or at least dimly-lit room and a clean white wall in order to get an image that’s comfortable to view.

The Samsung EAD-R10 is only available in Samsung’s native South Korea at the moment, where it costs around $220 (£135); that sounds quite reasonable for what it offers. There’s no word as yet as to whether it will be launched elsewhere in the world, but if it does end up coming to the UK we’ll let you know.

Do you like the idea of a cheap, compact pico projector for your phone or tablet? Let us know if you’d consider buying the Samsung EAD-R10 via the Trusted Reviews Twitter and Facebook feeds or through the comments section below.

Via: SlashGear

techygirl15

December 11, 2012, 1:01 am

Though some of my friends may see me as a tech nerd and a lot of the times they don't quite understand my use of tech verbiage, I have recommended my friends the AAXA's P3 Pico Projector and now, they understand my obsession with it. The things I love about the P3. The amazing high resolution (1024x600), 50 lumen brightness, a full-sized HDMI port, and a built in media player. Plus, the AAXA name is a trusted brand and if you do your research you'll see that though it may not be a big name like Samsung, it has been highly reviewed several times on big tech websites. Don't just take my word for it; by all means, please google it. :)

Peter

July 30, 2014, 2:29 pm

I bought this projector and it works brilliantly for a few months, but now it only shows the Samsung Logo when hooked up to my phone....any ideas how to fix??

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