The days of toy LED projectors might be over with the release of a new LED-lit data projector from Samsung outputting a respectible 1000 ANSI Lumens.

Called the SP-F10M, the new XGA (1024×768-pixel) resolution projector does away with the usual Ultra-High-Efficiency (UHE) lamp found in most models and replaces it with an LED (light emitting diode) array, delivering the brightest output from a LED-based projector so far.

The LED light source is claimed to have a lifespan of 50,000 when used in eco mode, compared to around 4000 hours for lamp models. Samsung claims the new unit has a wider colour gamut than lamp-based models thanks to the use of LED technology.

The projector also has an embedded file viewer that can open and display PDF, TXT, HTML and Microsoft Office files. It can also display MPEG video – all from just a USB flash drive.

The SP-F10M also features HDMI input for movie playback.

No prices have been announced although Samsung says the unit is available now.

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