LG Electronics (LG) will introduce a new laser projector, the LG ProBeam, at CES® 2017 next month.
The projector is designed to deliver the ideal home cinema viewing experience.
LG ProBeam will go beyond the demands of consumers who seek not only high performance but also the versatility to go outside the comforts of one’s living room to enjoy movies and TV programmes anytime, anywhere.
The LG ProBeam, model HF80J, is ideal for the home cinema experience because it is equipped with an advanced laser engine that produces up to 2,000 lumens of brightness, enabling viewers to enjoy video content even in a bright room.
It has a slim, sleek design which makes it more portable thanks to its innovative I-shaped laser engine. Employing a compact standing-type design, LG developed the 2.1kg ProBeam as the industry’s lightest Full HD laser projector in the brightness range of 2,000 lumens.
In addition, the ProBeam’s classic look allows it to blend in with any interior décor.
With the innovative Sound Sync Adjustment, the LG ProBeam can be paired with any Bluetooth audio product such as an external speaker or headphones.
The projector’s Wireless Mirroring feature takes advantage of Miracast to project content from smart devices onto a large projection screen. The unique four corner keystone and vertical auto keystone features allow consumers to find the best image setting and to balance images quickly and easily.
Consumers will have access to the growing number of streaming services and relevant programs according to their preferences via LG’s award-winning webOS platform. In addition, LG’s Magic Remote Control allows for easy navigation of the webOS Smart TV interface.
With webOS, users can easily access the growing number of streaming services depending on location and availability. These dynamic features make it easier to enjoy movies in living rooms, to watch exciting sporting events in backyards, and to take the LG ProBeam even on camping trips.
The new laser projector will be on display at CES in Las Vegas Convention Centre.