LG Electronics has unveiled its first compact laser projector, LG ProBeam, that will be one of its many products to be introduced during CES 2017. Earlier LG shared details about its new 4K HDR monitors that will be launched during CES 2017.
The LG ProBeam is a laser projector is only 2KG in weight and is small and can be easily moved around with one hand. It is designed in a very table friendly design, easily paired with Bluetooth speakers and bright enough to use in daylight.
The LG ProBeam can project onto any surface and produces 1000 lumens of brightness, which LG says will make it suitable for use in bright rooms or even backyards. It will also project in Full HD quality, like many lamp-based projectors already do.
It also supports mirroring content wirelessly through Miracast, letting you project your favorite without any hassle and “Sound Sync Adjustment” provides audio-synced pairing with Bluetooth audio devices, like speakers and headphones.
The four corner keystone and vertical auto keystone features allow consumers to find the best image setting and to balance images quickly and easily, this will help you set things up really quickly on the projector.
Another added advantage is that this ProBeam projector comes with LG’s webOS Smart TV platform and Magic remote that gives you easy access to a number of streaming services depending on location and availability.
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