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Samsung's P400 DLP projector is undoubtedly small, it's just not pocket-small regardless of Sammy's effort to market it as such. Still, at just 1.9-pounds it's definitely portable. The size of the P400 limits it to a paltry 800 x 600 (SVGA) resolution, 1,000:1 contrast, 151 lumens, and S-Video, RGB

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Look, there's no way you're expecting anything less than perfection from this projector, and sure enough, that's (almost) exactly what it delivers. The Joe Kane-designed Samsung SP-A800B has finally been reviewed by the lucky, lucky cats over at CNET, and simply put, it dethroned the Sony VPL-VW200

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Here at Engadget we just love the spring. No, it's not the because Winter is over and Summer is right around the corner. No, it's not because we're huge baseball fans. It's because all the new HDTVs we lusted over at CES are starting to hit the streets. Unfortunately we can't upgrade every year, but

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Nah, Samsung's M310 isn't nearly as diminutive as its MBP-100, but it's still quite the cutie. Hailed as an Ultra Mobile Pocket Imager, this DLP device features a 1,000:1 contrast ratio, 150 ANSI lumens, VGA input, SVGA native resolution and a pleasantly small footprint. Mum's the word on an offici

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Nah, Samsung's M310 isn't nearly as diminutive as its MBP-100, but it's still quite the cutie. Hailed as an Ultra Mobile Pocket Imager, this DLP device features a 1,000:1 contrast ratio, 150 ANSI lumens, VGA input, SVGA native resolution and a pleasantly small footprint. Mum's the word on an offic

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Announced way back in August at IFA Germany, Samsung's SP-A800B 1080p DLP projector never seemed to get many details when it comes to the US market, and now we at least have a US price listed. A mere $6,995 gets you a 10,000:1 contrast ratio, 24p capability, and no mention of a release date.[Via Abo

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While the rest of the world seems to be bailing on RPTVs, Samsung is using CES to showcase a pair of all new DLP rear-projection sets. Up to bat first is the 61- / 67-inch HL67A750A, and here's a look at what it's packing: Next-generation LED light engine: no color wheel, longer set life (30,0

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While the rest of the world seems to be bailing on RPTVs, Samsung is using CES to showcase a pair of all new DLP rear-projection sets. Up to bat first is the 61- / 67-inch HL67A750A, and here's a look at what it's packing: Next-generation LED light engine: no color wheel, longer set life (30,0

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We've already seen Samsung's SP-A400B DLP projector floating around the more Germanic parts of Europe. Thing is, we forgot to tell you. So here it is, the pretty half-sister to the curvaceous SP-A800B 1080p DLP. Samsung's trying to convince us that it belongs in either the boardroom or home theater

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We've already seen Samsung's SP-A400B DLP projector floating around the more Germanic parts of Europe. Thing is, we forgot to tell you. So here it is, the pretty half-sister to the curvaceous SP-A800B 1080p DLP. Samsung's trying to convince us that it belongs in either the boardroom or home theate

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Yeah, we're still scratchin' our noggins too, but even after we rubbed our eyes and adjusted the bifocals, it still looks as if the AP is reporting that Samsung will stop selling flat panel televisions and \"other consumer products\" in Japan. Hot on the heels of Hitachi pulling the plug on RPTVs on

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While it was nice to drop by and see what Logitech had to offer, those bright lights just feet away at Samsung's booth were mighty hard to resist. Sammy chose a variety of devices to showcase, including Blu-ray players, DVD recorders (one with a VCR, no less), DLP / LCD televisions, and home theate

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Samsung knows a thing or two about working a trade show. IFA's no different. Meet the spacey SP-A800B 1080p (0.95-inch DMD chip from TI) DLP projector on the loose in Berlin. It features a 24fps film mode and a 2,000-hour, 300W lamp which throws 1,000 lumens at a 10,000:1 rated contrast at a relati

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Samsung knows a thing or two about working a trade show. IFA's no different. Meet the spacey SP-A800B 1080p (0.95-inch DMD chip from TI) DLP projector on the loose in Berlin. It features a 24fps film mode and a 2,000-hour, 300W lamp which throws 1,000 lumens at a 10,000:1 rated contrast at a relati

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All those DLP sets from Samsung we saw at CES are finally hitting store shelves. In addition to 1080p across the board in the 76, 87 and 89 series sets, all of the displays are 3D-ready (with a $100 add-on kit that includes the necessary LCD glasses) and feature 10,000:1 contrast ratios and three HD

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All those DLP sets from Samsung we saw at CES are finally hitting store shelves. In addition to 1080p across the board in the 76, 87 and 89 series sets, all of the displays are 3D-ready (with a $100 add-on kit that includes the necessary LCD glasses) and feature 10,000:1 contrast ratios and three HD

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Yeah, we've already let you guys voice your opinion on the best HDTV out there, but now its time for CNET to dish out an updated version of the \"top-rated HDTVs regardless of type, technology, brand, or size.\" Taking a respectable fourth is the Samsung LN-T4665F, which was praised for its excellent

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