Samsung’s Freestyle portable projector with 180-degrees tilt projects HD content on any surface

Samsung is planning to make The Freestyle, its portable LED projector to Kenya any time from now. 

The projector is currently available for pre-order and customers can pre-order one for Ksh.139,995 with a commitment of 10% of the RRP. 

Samsung officially launched the Freestyle at CES 202 back in January featuring baked-in smart streaming and audio abilities, and portable battery support, among other features. 

Targeted toward Gen Z and millennials, The Freestyle is a projector, smart speaker and ambient lighting device all rolled into one lightweight, portable device. 

“The Freestyle is a one-of-a-kind projector geared towards ultimate versatility and flexibility to meet the consumers’ changing lifestyles,” said Simon Sung, Executive Vice President and Head of the Sales & Marketing  Team of the Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics said during the launch. 

“Without the limitation in space and form factor, The Freestyle is a fun and versatile device that can be used in any way consumers prefer.”

One feature that makes it a good buy is the 180-degree tilt.

From slanted walls and kitchen tables to outdoor surfaces and floors to even your ceiling, The Freestyle’s 180-degree design gives you the flexibility to point, play and enjoy a big-screen experience and projects Full HD 1080p resolution videos. 

The 180-degree tilt is certainly a big selling point, and functionality-wise it does a pretty good job. 

The Freestyle comes with full auto keystone and auto levelling features, enabled by industry-leading technology. The features allow the device to automatically adjust its screen to any surface at any angle, providing a perfectly proportional image every time. Additionally, the autofocus feature allows The Freestyle to display a crystal-clear image on any surface, at any angle, up to 100 inches in size.

As I mentioned, Samsung plans to officially make The Freestyle Available for purchase anytime from now. You can however pre-order one Carrefour Sarit, Samsung Brand Stores or the online store here.  

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