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LG reveals Minibeam Ultra Short-Throw projector


When we talk about LG, chances are we would think of its collection of home appliances, ranging from svelte and futuristic looking TVs all the way to energy efficient air conditioners and fridges. Of course, on the smartphone front, there is the LG G series that has continued to remain at the forefront of high end handsets, but how about the world of projectors? LG is not lost in this particular territory, either, as they have dabbled in the form of the LG HD MiniBeam portable projector before. This time around, things are a little bit different, as LG has a spanking new model that is known as the LG reveals Minibeam Ultra Short-Throw projector.

 Just what is the capability of an ultra short-throw projector? Well, we are talking about it being able to project a 100” image on a screen or wall, and this is done from a distance that measures all of just 38 centimeters away, now how about that? In addition, this particular model would tip the scales at a mere 2 kgs. The LG Minibeam Ultra Short-Throw projector is also known by its model number PF1000U, where it will be transportable and is a snap to set up in any room of the house.

With the ability to show off Full HD resolution and brightness of 1000 lumens, the Minibeam UST is also extremely easy to use, since it arrives in a complete package right out of the box that sets a new standard for personal projector technology. This particular projector also delivers an incredibly detailed, high quality picture, where it is made possible by a Triple XD Engine. This particular chip lets it show off Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080) with a self-emitting RGB LED illumination system that ensures your eyes see the most natural shades and hues possible all the while running quietly at only 21dB in Eco Mode.

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