LG ProBeam Compact Laser Projector with webOS Unveiled

Ahead CES 2017, LG has unveiled ProBeam, its compact laser projector. With its integrated webOS, the smart projector let’s you enjoy growing number of streaming services.

LG ProBeam Compact Laser Projector

Appearance design

The ProBeam is an advanced and compact laser projector that runs LG’s award winning webOS platform. The laser projector weighs 2.1 kg, and as we can see from the images, it shows off an ultra portable design that allows you to freely deploy it anywhere in your house, and its sleek enclosure with a combination of white and metallic finish make it blend well with various interior decoration styles. Of course, you can also take it for a great camping trip.

LG ProBeam Compact Laser Projector

Function features

The smart projector features an advanced laser engine that’s able to produce up to 2,000 lumens of brightness, so you can enjoy video content even in a bright room, and the laser projector has the ability to deliver you Full HD 1080p resolution.

Furthermore, its Wireless Mirroring feature allows you to project content from your smart devices onto a large projection screen. Meanwhile, its unique four corner keystone and vertical auto keystone features deliver You optimal image setting.

LG ProBeam Compact Laser Projector

Moreover, using integrated Bluetooth technology, the projector can be paired with any Bluetooth speaker or headphones for improved audio experience. In addition, its webOS lets you enjoy rich streaming content based on your location and availability.

Price and availability

LG hasn’t unveiled the price and release date of ProBeam smart projector, but it will make its debut at CES 2017. If you’re interested, jump to LG official site for its more details. Additionally, don’t miss the Android smart projector and more cool gadgets by following tags.

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