LG’s Cinebeam laser projector can cast 120-inch 4K screen on any flat surface

In the on-going month, Las Vegas is all set to conduct a Consumer Electronics Show in which all of the electronic product manufacturers are ready to announce their new products. Amongst the manufactures, LG is the only one who does not wait for any event to happen. Before the opening of the show, LG has already shown a second generation CineBeam ultra short throw projector. This projector is capable of throwing a 90-inch 4K resolution on any surface from a minimum distance.

The LG declared that to entertain ourselves the device must be put at a minimum distance of 2 inches to get a better view. The device also has a 12-point keystone modification feature, which provides a clear and distortion free image so that individuals can entertain themselves. The users can also move the CineBeam Laser to 7 inches from any smooth surface. It would increase the size of an image to 120 inches diagonally.

LG 4K Cinebeam Laser Projector 2

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This innovative product has UHD (3,840 x 2,160) resolution, which provides a remarkable brightness and sharpness of 2,500 ANSI lumens. The device has an extraordinary color presentation, clarity, and correct brightness. However, LG hasn’t revealed the figures this time. The LG has used the AI technology in such a remarkable way that allows the consumer to handle the projector by giving voice commands. These commands can be spoken into the remote.

LG 4K Cinebeam Laser Projector 3

Image: LG

This magical remote can understand the gestures and register the new gestures by the consumer. It also has keys that brighten when the magic remote is picked up. It assists in easy navigation in low light. The content can be streamed over wireless medium, Ethernet, HDMI or through USB. There is still partial information presented by LG, but it is estimated that more detail will be provided at CES 2019 starting on January 08.

h/t: The Verge

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