Samsung And Luminus Devices Launch LED-based Front Data Projector

Posted: Jan 11 2010, 11:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:50pm CDT, in News | CES


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Samsung and Luminus Devices have announced that they are partnering to launch a new LED-based front data projector. The projector will use the Luminus PhlatLight LEDs and will have a resolution of 1024 x 768.

The Led projector segment is growing rapidly and while the projectors typically cost more than their standard counterparts, the LEDs last much, much longer than the traditional light source potentially saving the user hundreds of dollars during the lifetime of the projector.

“Samsung’s new LED data projector is a great illustration of how Luminus works in close partnership with its customers to create a new multi-million unit market for PhlatLight LEDs and demonstrates that our unique large chip technology is a great fit for mainstream data projectors,” said Keith T.S. Ward, CEO, Luminus Devices. “In today’s challenging economic landscape, the marketplace is asking for affordable, long-lasting, lower total cost of ownership projectors in the business and education markets. Luminus and Samsung are fulfilling this demand while also creating new value for our customers with next-generation technology advancements such as amazing color depth and instant start and restart functionality.”

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