Built-in media player allows for computer-free presentations.
30,000 hours of LED light.
Combination projector/media player.
Mixed results with image quality.
Low brightness (170 lumens).
By Expert Reviews on April 01, 2010
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...-
By TechRadar on January 01, 2010
The SP-P410M projector from Samsung isn't just small (its footprint is smaller than a Mac mini), the light source isn't even a traditional bulb – it's superbright LEDs. That means an end to long warmup times and a projected LED life of...80
By Macworld on December 01, 2009
The Samsung SP- P410M is best suited for small-group presentations, in rooms where you can control the lighting to ensure that the screen is as viewable as possible. And even though it isn’t cheap, its stand-alone ability to play computer-free...60
By Evergeek on October 30, 2009
While selective about what pocket it gets friendly with, Samsung's so-called "pocket projector," the P410M, is a portable-enough DLP (Digital Light Processing) projector that may be a godsend for mobile presenters, traveling photographers and even...70
By PCWorld on October 28, 2009
The compact, 2.1-pound Samsung SP-P410M ($749 as of 8/7/09) is the largest of the three LED projectors we tested for our recent ultraportable projectors review. Its traveling weight is 4.2 pounds, which is much more than the BenQ Joybee GP1 and Dell...76
By IT PRO on October 06, 2009
Most mini projectors lack punch and verve and just don’t have the brightness to do the job. However, the Samsung SP-P410M does enough in the performance and style stakes to justify its price....67
By PC Pro on October 05, 2009
A stylish cut above other mini-projectors, but you pay a premium for that quality...67
By Expert Reviews on September 01, 2009
Verdict: A good LED projector with great brightness and colours. It's only flaw is the lack of audio output. Samsung's latest ultra-portable projector is the prettiest we've seen for a while, with a glossy black case flanked on each side by...100
By Ere Numérique on March 25, 2010
Avec un ordinateur connecté via la prise VGA, les polices s’affichent avec précision dans la résolution native. On peut ainsi travailler facilement dans un tableur ou faire une présentation. Attention toutefois à ne pas donner trop d’angle à...85
By TestNumerique.fr on January 01, 2010
Noir brillant, courbes arrondies, finition de qualité, le Samsung P410M séduit dès le premier regard. Il est livré avec une sacoche de transport pratique et bien finie dans laquelle on loge aisément le vidéoprojecteur, son...85