It features a DLP(R) Texas Instruments Pico chip and allows users to quickly upgrade their smaller screen devices to a 50 inch viewing screen so that project information may be shared. The MBP200 projector can be connected to mobile phones, laptops, or portable media playback devices; and it even includes a MicroSD card slot for support with independent content. The Samsung MBP200 device supports all types of media formats, including Microsoft Office documents (Powerpoint, Word, Excel), PDF files; MP3, WMA, OGG, AAC, and WAV for audio; and DivX, Xvid, WMV9 Simple Profile, MPEG-2, and MPEG-4 for video (Audio codecs for video include MP3, AAC, and WMA). An integrated 2.2" QVGA LCD screen means users can organize and playback media content on the go without using the projection option; Samsung claims users can even listen to music, create playlists and view video files or office documents internally via the device. A headphone jack allows users to listen through headphones while in public, and an integrated speaker allows users to project the sound to others nearby. The Samsung MBP200 has no listed release date or retail price at this time; it is due out sometime in 2009 however.