Samsung unveiled the most stylish of the tinyPico Projectors to date at the CES 2009 dubbed MBP200. Today Samsung announced that they will ship the Samsung MBP200 in Korea this month for 400,000 Won (~$300).
Samsung chose to accompany the announcement with a dreamy model in a bed room setting. Not sure what the idea behind that is. Maybe Samsung imagines MBP200 users projecting little sexy videos in bed. I let your imagination run wild here. See the hi-res photos of the Samsung MBP200 Gadget Model here.
The Samsung MBP200 Pico Projector features a 2.2 inch QVGA screen and an icon based UI. The tiny projector supports screen sizes of up to 50 inches and has a battery life of 80 min. Other features of the MBP200 include DMB Tuner, MP3 player, photo viewer, DivXsupport and document viewer.
Measurements of the Samsung MBP200 are 109.7x48.8x19mm and the weight is 140g.
Via this Samsung announcement (Korean). Shop for Pico Projectors on Amazon.com.
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