The Freestyle is probably Samsung’s attempt to dominate the pretty much unexplored pico projector market – or hand-held portable projectors. These type of projectors are small, uses LED and are easy to set up.
What Samsung did with The Freestyle is that they combined all the key features of a pico projector, added a smart platform and a built-in sound system.
Design is simple and minimalistic. Resembles your ordinary spotlight. It’s lightweight and easy to carry and move around. You can even mount it on a lampshade. The 360 built-in 5w surround speaker will give any average-sized room that theater like feel.
The unit has a built-in microphone, a USB-C port for power, and a Micro-HDMI port for external devices.
The Freestyle is also built for wireless connectivity there’s Wi-Fi 5 and Wi-Fi Direct, plus Bluetooth 5.2 and support for Apple AirPlay 2. The Wi-Fi connectivity supports its Tizen-powered smart platform, which includes streaming apps. The Samsung projector supports the SmartThings app for Android and iOS, too, providing the same control options as the included remote, but also adds voice interaction via Bixby and Amazon Alexa using a built-in far-field microphone.
My favorite feature of The Freestyle is probably the Smart Calibration – automatic keystoning, levelling and focus. Mount the unit, point it at a surface and The Freestyle will adjust itself. Screen size can be from 30 to 100 inches, brightness is at 550 LED Lumens and it’s Full HD (1920 1080).
The Freestyle also has an ambient mode that allows you to project from a choice of 20 images or your own photos and can be used as a mood lighting device.
Samsung TV and screens are still king when it comes to clear and crisp image quality, but you can’t bring a 100″ TV anywhere with you, can you?
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