LG’s new portable projector is said to have both style and substance, with the looks of a 1950s camera and the spec of an up-to-the-minute device.

The PG65U projector is a portable LED projector that comes complete with an external battery, making it easy to pack away and transport.

The 500 lumen bulb is guaranteed to last for 30,000 hours, making it perfect for business or home cinema uses. The device also boasts a “respectable 1280×800 native resolution,” reports Gizmodo.

The screen can be enlarged to 125 inches in diameter, meaning that home cinema enthusiasts, gamers and educational institutions will be satisfied with its prowess.

The PG65U projector comes Wi-Fi enabled with a built-in TV tuner, as well as a USB hub for playing HD files. Other devices can also be mirrored automatically thanks to the Miracast functionality.

The PG65U looks markedly different from the low, flat conventional projectors, as it has an oversized bulb cover that looks like the lens of an 8mm camera, setting it apart from competitors in the style stakes. The projector retails for around £450.