International technology giant LG has released a brand new portable projector designed to be as mobile as possible.

The new LG Minibeam projector, which resembles the style of an old-fashioned teapot, has been designed to stand up in almost any environment while projecting on a wall or a ceiling and features integrated 3W speaker technology for mobile audio.

Complete with a cradle that acts as a battery pack, the Minibeam can run for up to two hours without a power outlet and weighs just over 1kg, making it easy to carry from one location to another. The portable projector also boasts 500 ANSI lumens and is capable of lasting up to 30,000 before requiring replacement.

According to David Oh, Managing Director at LG Electronics Malaysia, the new Minibeam is a symbol of the company's brand promise, “With LG, It’s All Possible”. With a portable and compact design, the device enables users to enjoy their favourite content via online streaming while remaining mobile and avoiding the need for bulky technology.

Hoping that the company's latest release will help keep people connected, Mr Oh said: "Let’s take this opportunity to get connected with family and friends by using the Minibeam to connect, play and watch together.”