LG is all set to introduce a new projector during the much-awaited Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2017, which will take place next month in Las Vegas, Nevada. Dubbed as ProBeam, the projector is designed for home cinema viewing experience and uses laser light to project picture on the screen.
The LG ProBeam come equipped with advanced laser engine that produces up to 2,000 lumens of brightness, which is easily visible in a room with some bright ambient light, claims LG. Further, what makes the projector stand out of the crowd is the new I-shaped laser engine which makes it slim, compact and portable. Not only this, the LG ProBeam just weighs at 2.1 kg making it industry’s lightest Full HD laser projector.
The laser projector comes loaded with LG’s webOS, which was first introduced on its high-end Smart LED TVs. With the webOS, users can easily access the growing number of streaming services depending on location and availability. All you have to do is connect to a Wi-Fi and stream all the content from the net. The projector is also equipped with Sound Sync Adjustment, through which one can connect any Bluetooth speaker or headphones with the projector.
As per the release, the projector can be used both indoors and outdoors and one can also mirror their smart devices through Miracast to project content onto a large projection screen. The unique four corner keystone and vertical auto keystone features allow consumers to find the best image setting and balance images easily in no time.
Regarding the price and availability, the company has hold on to it until the official launch at the CES 2017 which kickstarts January 4th, 2017.