Mini-, or pico projectors as they are known, does occupy an extremely niche market to say the least, but somehow or rather, this particular portable accessory has not exactly gone the way of the dodo like the netbook, which is rather strange. LG has just announced that they will be shipping their PW700, or better known as the LG Bluetooth MiniBeam Projector, to European markets from September 2014 onward.
The LG Bluetooth MiniBeam Projector will be an extremely portable entertainment solution that can deliver clear, vibrant images regardless of the surface that it is beamed upon, and with the empowerment of Bluetooth connectivity this time around, the PW700 is capable of even streaming high quality audio sans wires to any compatible audio system, and these will include headphones and home theater systems.
Tipping the scales at a mere 580 grams and measuring 172mm x 117mm, the LG Bluetooth MiniBeam Projector will come with 700 ANSI lumens of brightness, a 100,000:1 contrast ratio, and a sharp 1280 x 800 resolution. One can also share screens through WiDi, Miracast and HDMI, making it a snap to access content on the likes of notebooks, smartphones and other mobile devices. Those living in Asia and the Middle East will only be able to get their hands on the LG Bluetooth MiniBeam Projector from October onward, but those who want to get an early glimpse at it can drop by IFA 2014 in Berlin, Germany, that is happening this September 5-10. [Press Release]
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