LG Minibeam Nano delivers “max performance, min weight”

LG has announced the latest addition to its Minibeam line of projectors, the Minibeam Nano PV150G.

“As the number one LED projector maker in the world, we are committed to growing our Minibeam lineup for consumers who are becoming increasingly more mobile but don’t want to give up the comforts of a big display when it comes to their entertainment. The Minibeam Nano is the perfect projector for those who favor portability over everything else. And at only a quarter of a kilogram, you can’t get much more portable than Minibeam Nano.”

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

Tipping the scale at 270 grams, the PV150G weighs no more than a paperback book, but the projector features a wireless mirroring mode that allows it to connect to a smartphone or tablet through Miracast and WiFi Direct for instantaneous big screen viewing. The Minibeam Nano can play and project movies, photos, music, and office documents from a USB flash drive for up to two hours with a 3,800mAh battery.

The PV160G’s LED lamp is rated for 30,000 hours, which is 10 years of viewing for eight hours daily. The Auto Keystone function automatically adjusts and controls the projected image, optimizing for the best viewing experience. The projector can also display a picture of up to 100 diagonal inches.

The Minibeam Nano is available now in North America, Asia, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and Latin America.

Here’s the rest of the spec sheet:

  • Native Resolution: 854×480 (WVGA)
  • Brightness: 100 ANSI lumens
  • Contrast Ratio: 100,000:1 (Full On/Full Off)
  • Illumination: RGB LED
  • Throw Ratio:64
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Dimensions: 108x103x44mm, 270g
  • Sound: 1W Mono speaker
  • HDMI: Up to full HD (1080p)
  • Power: 100-240V AC-DC Adapter

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