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Samsung unveils P410M projector

Posted in Samsung by Shane McGlaun on September 14th, 2009

samsungp410m-sbProjectors are usually large devices that are not easy to take with you on the road. Many mobile pros that give lots of presentations have to take their projector with them in a wheeled case all its own. Thankfully, more and more compact projectors are hitting the market that make taking one with you much easier.

Samsung has unveiled a new projector called the P410M that has a compact design measuring 5.8-inches W x 2.5-inches H x 5.7-inches D. The device features a USB port and an autoplay function to allow presentation without a laptop.

Samsung Star Think Pink Edition helps fight breast cancer

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on September 10th, 2009

Samsung Star Think Pink Edition helps fight breast cancerThose living in Belgium will be able to pick up a limited edition of the Samsung Star S5230 soon, aka the Samsung Star Think Pink. Obviously it comes in pink and €10 will be donated to Think Pink Belgium with each purchase starting October 1 and after.

Aside from cosmetic changes, all of the other stuff is the same: a 3″ touchscreen, built-in accelerometer, TouchWiz user interface, Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP connectivity, integrated stereo FM radio, 3.2-megapixel camera and a microSD memory card slot.

Samsung intros 65-inch 650 series LCD TV

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on September 10th, 2009

Samsung intros 65-inch 650 series LCD TVSamsung just unveiled its LN65B650 TV at the CEDIA expo, which measures in at a huge 65″ across. The LN65B650 is one of the largest ever conventionally-lit LCDs from the company. Some features include Internet support for Flickr, Yahoo and YouTube.

It also boasts a 120Hz panel, 4ms pixel response time and a 100,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio. Some other features are an anti-glare screen and four CEC-aware HDMI inputs, dual component, RCA and USB jacks as well as one Ethernet port, VGA, optical audio out and RS-232 serial.

Verizon releases the Samsung Rogue U960 and Intensity U450

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on September 8th, 2009

Verizon releases the Samsung Rogue U960 and Intensity U450Verizon has finally released both the Samsung Rogue U960 and Intensity U450. The Rogue is the highly anticipated replacement to the Glyde from last year. It sports a resistive touchscreen and has the first AMOLED display on a Verizon phone. The Rogue U960 also includes a 3MP autofocus camera with LED flash, updated UI, 4 row sliding QWERTY keyboard, HTML browser, EVDO Rev A, microSDHC memory card slot (16GB), Vcast Music/Video and VZ Navigator support. Expect to pay $99.99 after a $100 rebate with a 2-year contract, $169.99 after rebate with a 1-year contract, and $419.99 full retail.

The Rogue requires an add-on data package (25MB for $9.99, 75MB for $19.99) on Basic and Select plans, or it can use unlimited data on Connect and Premium plans.

First Samsung OLED laptops could arrive in late 2010

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on September 6th, 2009

First Samsung OLED laptops could arrive in late 2010Next year you may be able to watch video on your laptop with an OLED screen from Samsung, who is eyeing 2010 for a commercial OLED notebook release. The company says that it will release an OLED notebook towards the end of 2010, maybe in the third quarter.

They aren’t the only ones with an eye toward OLED either. Lenovo also has plans to use OLED and Sony too. No mention of cost, but likely it will add a few hundred to the price of a regular notebook.

Samsung S3 Station and S2 portable hard drives

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on September 3rd, 2009

Samsung S3 Station and S2 portable hard drivesSamsung has some additions to its S Series of external hard drives. The 3.5″ S3 Station features a 2TB hard drive, while the S2 comes with a 2.5″ 640GB portable hard drive. We don’t have any word on pricing just yet, but we can tell you that the S2 will arrive this month and the S3 Station will be a bit of a wait and arrive on the market early next year.

As far as security, you are covered. Both of these new hard drives will offer similar security features to other S2 Portable and S1 Mini drives including Auto Backup, SecretZone and SafetyKey.

Samsung shows off HZ25W digital camera

Posted in Samsung by Shane McGlaun on September 2nd, 2009

samsunghz25w-sbOne of the things that I always liked about some point-and-shoot digital cameras was that you could buy cameras that offered huge zoom levels. I can get lots of zoom on my DSLR, but that requires a lens that costs more than most point-and-shoot cameras themselves.

Samsung has unveiled a new digital camera that has a massive 24x zoom lens with 26mm wide angle optics. The camera can also record 720p HD video and use the full zoom range while doing so. Other nice features of the camera include support for RAW format.

Samsung’s “Corby” for younger users

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on September 1st, 2009

Samsung’s "Corby" for younger usersSamsung’s “Corby” is the company’s first full touch phone aimed squarely at younger users, with a focus on making social networking easier. It has support for social networks like Facebook, Twitter and MySpace. Samsung has prettied these handsets up in colors like Jamaican Yellow, Cupid Pink, Minimal White and Festival Orange to make them more appealing to youngsters, without the whole “you kids get off my lawn” vibe.

Some other features include a 2.8 inch QVGA screen with support for EDGE and Quad-band networks. The Samsung Corby will be available in Europe this month for about 150 Euros (or $215).

Samsung unveils mobile app store

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on August 31st, 2009

Samsung unveils mobile app storeIt’s not the phone itself, it’s what the phone’s software can do for you. Apple proved that with the Apple App Store. Now BlackBerry is doing it too. And now Samsung has an App Store. The portal will have its own native client and will have unspecified “content guidelines” to decide which apps hit the store.

Just 300 apps will be available on launch and will focus primarily on games from Capcom, EA, Gameloft and others, although Samsung will have apps from Handmark. Another 2,000 some apps will arrive before the end of the year.

Samsung Rogue details

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on August 27th, 2009

Samsung Rogue detailsBGR has gotten their hands on all the information you really want to know about the Samsung Rogue. So we now have all of the little details and specs that may or may not sway you to go Rogue.

First of all it sports a weird keyboard layout that includes directional keys as well as 6 physical function buttons on the sides. We aren’t sure how you can hold the thing without pushing them. The complete specs are shown in the photo above.

Mid-range Samsung clamshell unveiled

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on August 20th, 2009

Mid-range Samsung clamshell unveiledSamsung has unveiled another clamshell model series that will surely get attention. We’re talking about the SCH-W830 for SK Telecom and SPH-W8350 for LG Telecom. The round external display is a real eye-catcher and looks awesomely retro and futuristic at once. And it measures just 13.4mm thin.

The phone also includes a button dedicated to opening the phone so you won’t break a sweat with such chores. Some other specs include a 2.6″ QVGA display, 2-megapixel camera, integrated media player, subway system maps, Bluetooth, microSD memory card slot and an SOS function.

Samsung launching first 400Hz TVs in September?

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on August 19th, 2009

Samsung launching first 400Hz TVs in September?Word on the street is that Samsung will use this year’s IFA trade show to unveil its latest range of 400Hz LCD TVs. It was only at last year’s IFA that Samsung was showing of the world’s first 200Hz LCD televisions. Then Sony came up with theirs.

It’s just a rumor for now. And if true, we don’t know if it will it be a production model or just a prototype, but according to Tweakers.net, this new technology from Samsung will “combine the current 200Hz interpolation technique to insert black frames, a technique that is called BFI/DFI [black frame, dark frame interpolation].”

Samsung S3100 now official

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on August 18th, 2009

Samsung S3100 now officialThe Samsung S3100 is official. This basic entry level slider targets the budget conscious and is available in black or pink colors. Just don’t expect much from the specs: Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE (850/900/1800/1900 MHz), 2.1″ TFT display with 176 x 220 pixels and 262k colors, Bluetooth 2.1 connectivity, MP3 player, NetFront 3.5 Web browser, Email support, 1.3-megapixel camera and microSD memory card slot.

We don’t have any pricing details yet though, but it will definitely be affordable. We think it looks pretty nice for a basic phone.

Samsung targets new SSD at gamers

Posted in Samsung by Shane McGlaun on August 13th, 2009

samsung-logo-sbThe SSD is a tough sell today. A few consumers buy them for their superior performance compared to a plain HDD. The higher levels of performance are offset for many consumers by the fact that the SSD costs so much more to purchase and has less storage space than most HDDs.

Samsung has decided to target the enthusiast gaming segment with its latest 256GB SSD. Samsung says that the fast performance is perfect for gaming. The higher performance for the SSD could mean faster load times for levels and better performance in game.

Mister Cartoon branded Samsung r450 headed to MetroPCS

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on August 4th, 2009

Mister Cartoon branded Samsung r450 headed to MetroPCSHere’s some clever marketing. Samsung and MetroPCS have teamed up with tattoo artist Mark Machado aka Mister Cartoon to release a limited edition SCH-r450. The handsets will feature tattoo inspired wallpapers, ringtones and animations in a re-colored case with Mister Cartoon designed graphics on the battery cover.

If you want one, you better act quick because only 30,010 will be produced. Why 30,010, right? Because the first 10 will be signed by Mister Cartoon himself and will be auctioned off for charity. You still have 30,000 chances though, right?