LG presented a projector that can work autonomously without
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LG presented a projector that can work autonomously – without a socket and external video source

LG introduced the portable projector CineBeam PF510Q. The novelty is aimed at those willing to sacrifice battery life in favor of picture quality and advanced features. The projector comes with pre-installed video streaming applications and the ability to stream images from a smartphone.

    Image source: LG Electronics

Image source: LG Electronics

The new portable smart projector PF510Q is small and light enough to be carried in one hand, with a width of 15 cm and a weight of 1 kg, while delivering images in 1080p (FullHD) from 75 cm to 300 cm.

More importantly, the projector does not require any additional devices: the built-in webOS operating system provides access to popular streaming media applications, while AirPlay 2 and Screenshare protocol support makes it easy for iPhone, iPad, Mac and Android users allows you to connect wirelessly to the projector. The projector lets you connect to two Bluetooth devices at the same time, so you can either listen to music together or connect to multiple wireless speakers at the same time.

The projector does not set any brightness records and delivers a maximum of 450 lumens. It does however offer a respectable 150,000:1 contrast ratio and a claimed 30,000 hour light source warranty, which equates to three and a half years of continuous use. If you don’t have an external audio system, the projector has a built-in 5W mono speaker. The projector is equipped with an automatic keystone correction.

The smart wearable projector is available now for $600. It won’t compete with the flagship line of LG 4K CineBeam projectors or mid-range projectors. The PF510Q is more intended for use in other parts of your home, dorm, cabin and other places where a big screen TV just isn’t practical.

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