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.
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“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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