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Samsung P410

alaTest has collected and analyzed 2 reviews of Samsung P410. The average rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Laptops for all reviews. Reviewers really like the performance and keyboard, whereas the usability and image quality get critical opinions.

portability, keyboard, performance

image quality, usability

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Samsung P410


When Samsung introduced the P400, the company called it a pocket imager, a description that stretched the definition of what could fit in a pocket (not to mention that the projector would stretch any pocket you tried to fit it into). The description...

Highly portable. Bright. LED light source with 30,000-hour lifetime. Shows photos, presentations, and video from USB memory key

Has problems handling video. Relatively noticeable rainbow effect

Designed as an ultra-portable data projector, the Samsung P410 delivers a bright image and high volume, and it can read files directly from a USB memory key.

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Samsung SP-P410M


This compact portable projector from Samsung uses an array of LEDs as a light source rather than a halogen bulb. This has two advantages: it starts up much more quickly as you don't have to wait for the bulb to warm up, and the light source doesn't...

The quality of projected images was impressive, though the relatively low resolution and lack of digital inputs means that this isn't a projector you're going to use to watch movies. It's more than good enough for hooking up to a MacBook Pro and giving...

Apr, 2010