LG Will Debut Slimmer Minibeam Projectors With Bluetooth & WiFi At CES 2016

Posted: Dec 11 2015, 8:39pm CST | by , in News | CES


LG will Debut Slimmer Minibeam Projectors with Bluetooth & WiFi at CES 2016
LG Electronics (LG), a leading LED projector manufacturer, today announced plans to expand upon its acclaimed Minibeam series of projectors at CES
  • LG Minibeam Projector Line to be Unveiled at CES 2016!

Three new projector designs from the LG Minibeam series will make their debut.

LG is planning to introduce the latest models of the Minibeam projectors. The projectors will make their debut at the Consumer Electronic Show 2016. The three new LG Minibeam series models are called the PH550, PW1000, and PW1500.

All three of the projectors will feature Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity. According to LG Electronics the projectors will give unparalleled freedom and viewing convenience.

The projectors will debut next month in Las Vegas. The Minibean series is known for their one-hand design. Even the one-hand grip design of the projectors has been improved. The three new models have an even smaller size than the previous ones. 

According to LG the new projectors have more variety than ever before. The new LG Minibeam projectors offer enhanced portability with wireless connectivity.

The idea is to offer an enjoyable viewing experience anytime, anywhere. Brian Kwon is the President and CEO of LG’s Home Entertainment Company. Kwon stated they are looking forward to officially unveiling the newest LG Minibeam series. 

"With more variety than ever before, LG Minibeam projectors offer enhanced portability with wireless connectivity for an enjoyable viewing experience anytime, anywhere. We look forward to officially unveiling the newest LG Minibeam series at CES 2016," said Brian Kwon.

LG further stated the new PH550 completely eliminates the need for wires. The PH550 has triple wire-free connectivity. It allows users to send content from their smartphone or tablet directly to the projector. The PH550 also has WiFi mirroring-enabled Screen Share.

Speakers can also be connected to the projector wirelessly via the Bluetooth. The PS1500 and PW1000 come with upgraded picture quality. The PS1500 can render images at 1,500 lumens, while the PW1000 can upgrade at 1,000 lumens.

The new Minibeam series models will be available in the US and European market by the first quarter of 2016.

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