LG PM700 Bluetooth MiniBeam projector offers “maximum mobility, viewing enjoyment”

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LG’s bringing its PM700 Bluetooth MiniBeam projector to European markets. The portable entertainment solution is capable of “projecting clear, vibrant images” on any flat surface and with Bluetooth connectivity, the PW700 can stream audio wirelessly to any compatible audio system, including headphones and home theater systems.

This tiny projector measures a compact 172x117mm and weighs just 580g, “less than a bottle of water.” With 700 ANSI-Lumens of brightness, 100,000:1 contrast ratio and 1280×800 resolution, the PW700 can convert a living room wall, bedroom ceiling, garage door or side of a building into a “cinematic experience.” Screen sharing options such as WiDi, Miracast and HDMI make accessing content stored on laptops, smartphones and a range of other electronic devices “easy and convenient.”

In-kyu Lee, LG Home Entertainment company’s TV division’s senior vice president and head:

“The LG Bluetooth MiniBeam is a personal cinema that you can take with you wherever you go. Whether you’re watching a streaming movie indoors or a music video on your smartphone outdoors, the LG Bluetooth MiniBeam offers a ‘truly versatile’ viewing experience.”

The LG PW700 is available now in key European markets and will be available this month in Asia and the Middle East. Here are the key specifications:

Key Specifications

  • 700 ANSI brightness
  • LED light source
  • 1280×800 WXGA resolution
  • Image Size: 25-100 inches
  • 100,000:1 contrast ratio
  • 1W x 2 Stereo sound
  • Dimensions: 172x117x40mm, 580g
  • Screen Share
  • Bluetooth 3.0
  • USB Support: HD Divx, Office Viewer
  • Auto Keystone
  • Inputs: 1 USB, 1 HDMI (MHL), 1 RGB, 1 Headphone, 1 Component, 1 AV

Source: LG

 

 

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