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Samsung A600 home theater projector
Photo: Company [Sep 18, 2009]

Samsung Electronics America has announced the release of the A600, the latest A series home theater projector with full HD 1080p performance.

The A600 weighs less than 13 pounds and with its high bright lamp wattage at 220 watts, the lamp life can last up to 4,000 hours in eco mode or 3,000 hours in high bright, teh company said.

With a shorter throw ratio, 1.99, the A600 offers the flexibility of being placed on the floor closer to the screen or mounted on the ceiling.

The A600 offers video capabilities for Blu-ray, and also offers two HDMIs and inputs for component, composite and S-Video. For PC connectivity, an analog 15-pin VGA style input is also available for video streaming off the Web or home presentations.

The projector also features DLP optical engine, 16:9 aspect ratio, 1,000 ANSI lumens in brightness and 3,000:1 contrast ratio.

The A600 will be available for an estimated retail price (ERP) of US$1,795, according to the company.

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