Samsung SP-F10M

  • Samsung SP-F10M
69
Based on 8 scores, 10 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    1
  • Good:
    0
  • Average:
    5
  • Bad:
    2

Pros:

  • LED light source lasts life of unit.
  • High-quality data images.
  • Reads files directly from USB memory key.

Cons:

  • Although the brightness rating is extremely high for an LED light source, it's low for a business projector.

Expert reviews and ratings

By About.com on 70

With a $1,299 price and a 10.5 pound weight, the SP-F10M should be reserved for presenters who are using videos or photos. If you tend to stick with PowerPoint or text documents for your presentations, you’re overshooting with this one.Disclosure:...

By Projectors at Projector Reviews on

The Samsung SP-F10M has a lot going for it. It is solidly constructed, exuding a feeling of quality. The LED light source will never need replacing for the typical life of the projector and there are no dust filters, so maintenance costs should be...

By PC Mag on 70

The Samsung SP-F10M offers a high-quality data image and an LED light source that lowers total costs by lasting the life of the projector. Buy it...

By ProjectorCentral on 96

The Samsung F10M is something of a revolutionary projector, though one might not think that by looking at it. Outwardly, it looks like just another me-too XGA business presentation machine, albeit with some nice features like a decent speaker and...

By IT PRO on 50

We've yet to see the ideal LED projector: the F10M is a strong contender, but it's lack of brightness means image quality suffers in bright conditions. It's also fairly bulky, so won't appeal to the travelling presenter, despite the...

By Expert Reviews on 60

A capable office projector with a cost-saving LED light source, but it’s not quite bright enough for most office meeting rooms....

By Trusted Reviews on 70

For some reason, Samsung has never got truly serious about the home projection market. Sure, we get the occasional model that promises much but seemingly always ends up strangely out of date once we get our hands on it. But it’s very much a...

By PC Pro on 67

The lamp life is staggering and the image quality good, but this projector is a tad too expensive...

By Pocket-lint on 70

At £899.99 with no blubs to change and a 30,000+ hour life, it looks like a reasonable business investment, but won't really suit domestic usageKey specsComposite, Ethernet, HDMI, S-Video,...

International Review By Datormagazin on

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