Pre-orders are now open for The Freestyle Gen 2 with Gaming Hub, the world’s first portable projector with cloud gaming built-in. The Freestyle Gen 2 will work with your favorite bluetooth controller and will have access to over 3,000 games through streaming partners XBOX, NVIDIA GeForce NOW, Amazon Luna, and more. You can read below for more details:
Samsung is pleased to announce The Freestyle Gen 2 with Gaming Hub. The new version of The Freestyle adds support for cloud gaming with improved performance while maintaining its small form factor and ability to project an image anywhere.
*Gaming & Entertainment Wherever, Whenever: With support for Samsung Gaming Hub, The Freestyle Gen 2 makes it easy for gamers to access favorite titles from a recently expanded portfolio of nearly 3,000 games from streaming partners Xbox, NVIDIA GeForce NOW, Amazon Luna, Utomik, Antstream Arcade, and Blacknut – no console required!
*Smart TV: The Freestyle Gen 2 with Gaming Hub is a full smart TV experience powered by Tizen OS and supports all your favorite streaming apps from Netflix and Apple TV, to Hulu, Disney+, Prime Video and more. The Freestyle also brings you Samsung TV Plus with free access to hundreds of live TV channels and thousands of movies and shows on demand.
*Portable Screen: Simply point and play – The Freestyle Gen 2 with Gaming Hub automatically optimizes content for Full High Definition (Full HD) viewing at 1080×1920 resolution that can be projected from floor-to-ceiling with its cradle stand. With Auto Keystone and Auto Focus features, the image will always appear sharp and vivid, no matter the angle it’s being projected from.
The Freestyle Gen 2 with Gaming Hub is available for pre-order at $799.99. Pre-order now through Aug. 30 via Samsung.com to receive free delivery and shipping along with a free, IP55-rated, water and dust-resistant case (a $59.99 value) for safe & stylish storage.
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