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KODAK FLIK HD10 projector has just arrived

The KODAK FLIK HD10 projector uses Android TV. (Image source: KODAK)
The KODAK FLIK HD10 projector uses Android TV. (Image source: KODAK)
A new 1080p projector, the KODAK FLIK HD10, has been announced in the US. The gadget can throw images up to 150-in (~381 cm) wide with up to 200 lumens brightness. Built-in Android TV lets you download popular apps and control the device with Google Assistant voice commands.

The KODAK FLIK HD10 Smart Projector has been announced for the US. The gadget has been produced by C+A Global, a brand licensee based in North America. The 1080p Full HD projector has a maximum image size of 150-in (~381 cm), with a 2,000:1 contrast ratio and up to 200 lumens brightness. Plus, image perfecting tools include auto keystone correction.

The gadget uses Android TV, allowing you to stream content from Netflix, YouTube and Amazon Prime, amongst other apps. Alternatively, you can use Google Chromecast or Apple AirPlay to screen-mirror from a mobile device. You can wirelessly connect to the project via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi, and ports include HDMI, USB and AUX. The OS lets you control the project with Google Assistant voice commands, or you can use the Google TV app on your smartphone. The gadget also has a physical remote with Google Assistant and Netflix buttons.

The device measures 5.5 x 5.5 x 7-in (~140 x 140 x 178 mm) and has a pair of 5 W speakers built in. You can now buy the KODAK FLIK HD10 Smart Projector at Amazon US for US$269.99. It is unclear whether or when the device could launch in other markets. The company also announced the KODAK FLIK HD9 Smart Projector, a portable projector that will be released later this year.


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Polly Allcock, 2023-04- 7 (Update: 2023-04- 7)