Samsung Galaxy One Tablet Features a Projector, Runs Windows 8

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Samsung has a projector phone or two in its portofolio, but what about tablets with projectors? That hasn’t been done by any company as far as I know, so the market is open. Laura Hong and Charles de Belizal envisioned a projector tablet and called it the Samsung Galaxy One, that you can see below.

This device measures 14mm in thickness, packs a projector, Windows 8, an aluminum body and brushed aluminum feet. The Galaxy One has two “feet”, that help prop it up in media viewing position if you want to watch movies and also prepare it to project data during a business meeting, for example. It has a great projection angle and the projector is incorporated right above the camera sensor, that also includes a flash. A stylus is also in the mix and the Metro UI seems to fit right in with this Samsung tablet concept.

The virtual QWERTY keyboard also looks comfortable and I guess it’s part of the design, since it doesn’t resemble the standard input method in Windows 8. From what I can see here, the projector can rotate depending on the position you want it to assume, while using the tablet to show stuff at a meeting. The stylus is small and discrete and also reminds me of the S Pen a bit. Since this is a Windows 8 machine I imagine it would cost quite a bit… how much would you spend for it?

[via Yanko Design]

  • MaxRev

    This is nice concept!! This should ben combine with the features of Samsung slate pc and it will be innovation for every one.As well business and home users…

  • denzylaty

    one word:AWESOME!!!!

  • Jean


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  • vishal Sathe

    very very good facelyties tab. I Like.


    how much price

  • asma

    i was lookng 4 samsung tab wd projector in,s really good job.wat z its price?

  • sreenavin

    what is the price of this tab

  • Meraj Husain

    No it should be more advance like instead of rotate whole table just twist the projector lamp and should have inbuilt virtual keyboard and interactive ultra short throw display.