^M00:00:01 [ Music ] ^M00:00:04 >> Hey, I'm Tom Merritt at cnet.com, here at CES 2010, we're taking a look Samsung W9600, uh, this is a nice lightweight phone with a pico projector built into the top. So, I'm actually watching some exports here, you can't see it on the screen because it is projecting out the back, like that. Now, we're in a nice bright hall, and the picture is still pretty good, it's a little small though, you can make it, like say, up to 60 inches. Of course, in a big brighted room like this, it's not going to look very good, so you'll need a darker room. But it's good for showing, uh, movies or anything on a nice large screen from a nice light device, or you could do PowerPoint presentations with it. There's no pricing and availability for it, of course, it's going to go to overseas markets first before it hits the U.S. But they do expect it to kind of follow in the previous ways, that this series has gone. Once again; it's the Samsung W9600 with a brighter Texas Instrument DLP pico projector. At CES 2010, I'm Tom Merritt. ^M00:01:00 [ Music ] ^M00:01:04
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