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LG HF85JA ProBeam UST and LG PH30JG MiniBeam Projector Announced

LG is ready to expand its Projector range at IFA 2017 with two new wireless projectors including LG ProBeam UST laser projector (HF85JA) and LG MiniBeam (PH30JG) LED projector. Both LG HF85JA and LG PH30JG products are aimed at customers who prefer to travel or carry portable projector to put in the room.

LG HF85JA ProBeam Projector

Both LG Projector can be used easily as it comes with the built-in battery that does not require any power source, no need to plug and watch content directly via USB drive, or other reference sources through the HDMI cable.

Starting with the LG HF85JA ProBeam UST laser projector that can able to project a wide-screen maximum up to 100-inch Full-HD (1080p) image from a distance of just 12 centimeters from the screen. That means you do not need to have a huge room or hall to project your contents, just leave it the way it can sit upright on one end to render images on any flat, horizontal surface, also put it easily on desks, tables, and even the floor into a movie screen.

LG ProBeam UST laser projector using generates up to 1,500 ANSI lumen of brightness, 1.5 times brighter than LG’s previous UST projector. It can last up to 20,000 hours, and the contrast of 150,000:1. It comes with webOS Smart TV platform with an access to various streaming services.

LG PH30JG MiniBeam

Next is the LG PH30JG MiniBeam projector, more compact and lightweight. This HD projector with a built-in battery that lasts up to four hours, the MiniBeam packs plenty of cord-free power to play back two full-length movies. This LG MiniBeam projector packs a feature called as Multi-Angle Projection, that allows the device to be tilted up to 70 degrees to display an image on the wall.

The LG MiniBeam projector offers USB Type-C port compatibility with other devices such as laptops and smartphone and charges its internal 9000mAh battery with a single cable. The MiniBeam can send an audio signal to any other Bluetooth-enabled device – wireless speaker, smartphone even a car audio system.

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