The annual CES expo in Las Vegas is almost upon us and LG is among the first to tease some of the electronics it will be presenting there. Today's announcement shows a few intriguing devices with rich connectivity options and up to 1,500 lumens of brightness
The three new projectors part of the Mini Beam series are PW1500, PW100, and the PH550, while the highlight of the series is the recently released PF1000U model.
The PW1500 (1,500 lumens) and PW1000 (1,000 lumens) offer Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, so you can out picture to a Wi-Fi screen and stream audio via a Bluetooth connection.
The LG PH550 has lower brightness at 550 lumens, but in addition to Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, it packs a battery, which will give you about 2.5 hours of projection time on a charge. LG calls this projector a triple wire-free device, as may work without any cables whatsoever (at least for two and a half hours).
LG also wants to remind the world about the flagship projector, which is already on sale, the PF1000U. As the name suggests it delivers 1,000 lumens brightness, but it also has Full HD resolution. It is capable of projecting 100-inch picture from up to 15 inches thanks to the innovative Ultra Short Throw technology.
LG PF1000U is already available for purchase for $1,300.
The LG PW1500, PW1000 and PH550, alongside with the PF1000U, will be properly introduced and showcased at the CES expo early next month.