LG Electronics has unveiled the Minibeam Nano (Model PV150G) – its smallest, lightest and cheapest projector to date.
The Minibeam Nano is built with portability in mind. At only 270 grams, the projector is lighter than your average paperback book, while its built-in wireless connectivity makes it easy to project content from a mobile device.
It may be small but this miniature projectors boasts an enviable number of features. As well as connecting to smartphones and tablets, the device can play and project movies, photos and music from portable USB drives.
Despite its size, the device offers an impressive picture. Its LED lamp offering 100 ANSI lumens of brightness and technology that automatically ensures the best image.
Owing to its impressive 3,800mAh battery, the Minibeam Nano is perfect for those wanting to project movies or sports events from any location.
Lee In-kyu, senior vice president and head of the TV and Monitor Division at LG’s Home Entertainment Company said the Minibeam Nano is designed for those who value portability over anything else.
“As the number one LED projector maker in the world, we are committed to growing our Minibeam lineup for consumers who are becoming increasingly more mobile but don’t want to give up the comforts of a big display when it comes to their entertainment,” he said.
Pricing of the LG Minibeam Nano has yet to be determined but it is scheduled for release this month in markets around the world.