EDISON, N.J., April 4, 2023
Kodak adds an all-new, Android TV-powered smart projector, to its expansive portfolio of budget-friendly projectors
EDISON, N.J., April 4, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Kodak North American brand licensee, C+A Global announced the availability of their first-ever, Android TV-powered projector, the KODAK FLIK HD10 Smart Projector. Viewers can access unlimited content from streaming platforms including Netflix, YouTube™ and Amazon Prime through the Android TV apps. Equipped with a voice-powered remote, customers can easily navigate the user-friendly, Android TV interface with the help of Google Assistant™. Both Android and iPhone smartphone users can set up their phone to be used as a remote through the Google TV™ app.
The KODAK FLIK HD10 Smart Projector can project up to 150 inches in full HD resolution and is equipped with dual 5-Watt speakers for an optimal listening experience. With this versatile and easy-to-set-up-projector, viewers can enjoy their favorite movies, TV shows and games in any low light setting, without compromising a top-notch cinematic experience.
"The goal with our extensive projector lineup is to make movie nights an accessible and unforgettable experience to anyone, in any setting, with any budget," states Jessica Bitran, social media & public relations director at C+A Global. "We're passionate about creating products that bring joy and excitement to our users, providing opportunities for new experiences and ways to connect with others."
As an alternative to using the Android TV interface directly on the projector, viewers can cast or screen-mirror content from their phone, tablet or laptop by connecting the device to the same WiFi network as the projector and using Google Chromecast™-enabled apps to cast and AirPlay® to screen-mirror. The projector is also equipped with a DC adapter, Bluetooth 5.0 and HDMI, USB and AUX/AV ports for a seamless user experience.
The KODAK FLIK HD10 Smart Projector is available on Amazon for $269.99.
The KODAK FLIK HD9 Smart Projector, a more portable follow-up to the FLIK HD10 will be released at the end of Q2; official news to follow.