LG Shows Off Minibeam Nano, Its Smallest, Lightest And Most Affordable Projector to Date
LG has showed off its latest projector, called the LG Minibeam Nano.
The company claims that the Nano projector is their “smallest, lightest and most affordable projector to date.” The claim regarding the structure of the projector seems quite justifiable, for the Nano weighs only 270 grams with measurements of 108 x 103 x 44 mm. The “affordability” can not be confirmed until official prices are determined.
Users can connect mobile devices wirelessly with the projector through Miracast and Wifi Direct. HD DivX and Office documents can also be displayed with the projector, thanks to its support for HDMI input and a USB port.
The LG Minibeam Nano encases an LED lamp that can project 100 ANSI lumens of brightness and a 100,000:1 contrast ratio. The device is capable to project the images at 100-inches, which it displays at 854 x 480. This means the small device may not show perfectly sharp images.
However, LG believes: “The Minibeam Nano is the perfect projector for those who favor portability over everything else. And at only a quarter of a kilogram, you can’t get much more portable than Minibeam Nano.”
Neither large LCD/LED TV could come so cheaper nor do they offer same portability. The best advantage of the little device is its facile portability. Users can take Minibeam Nano wherever they commute and can watch entertaining media with joy of large screen.
Although the company is claiming its device to be super cheap, we can’t really comment on the price, as the manufacturer has yet to officially announce the pricing.
The availability of the LG Minibeam Nano is confirmed, however. Starting this month, the small projector will be available in North America, Asia, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America.
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