The LG Minibeam PH300 has been described as the perfect projector for the 'business user on the go' in a recent review.
Tech Radar reviewed LG's latest portable projector last week, praising its compact design and exceptional image quality.
Weighing only 400 grams, the LG PH300 is one of the lightest projectors on the market, and a good contender for the most portable, according to the review.
The Minibeam's signature brown and white colour scheme was
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
LG has announced it is releasing two new Minibeam Projectors to add to its range of portable audio-visual devices.
The Minibeam Pro (Model PF1500) is being pitched by the company as the perfect portable home theatre solution, while the manufacturer says that the smaller Minibeam TV (Model PW800) will be used as an on-the-go TV solution.
In-kyu Lee, senior vice-president and head of the TV and Monitor Division at LG Electronics' Home Entertainment Company, said: "As the
LG has revealed its latest HD projector, with the HD MiniBeam (model PH300) hailed as the company's smallest portable projection unit yet.
The device will be available in several countries from this month and LG stated that the projector has "exceptional mobility"
LG also noted that the device offers users a high quality viewing experience, while a range of advanced technologies have been incorporated into the projector too.
The projector is highlighted by
LG has revealed its latest MiniBeam Bluetooth projector, which the company announced will be released in Europe next month.
The model PW700 has been hailed for its high level of portability and through its new Bluetooth connectivity, it can stream high quality sound wirelessly to any compatible audio system, which includes both headphones and home theatre systems.
In-kyu Lee, senior vice-president and head of the TV division of LG's home entertainment company, described the
A new projector watch designed and sold by US-based Ritot have been hailed as a rival to similar wearable projector devices produced by technology giants including Samsung, LG and Google.
The "World's first projection watch" is unique in its field and capable of displaying any information that resides in your smartphone on to your wrist via a watch-like projector.
According to Ritot, the smart watch can project anything from time and date, incoming calls and messages,