LG announced the latest additions to its LG’s Minibeam range, The LG PH450U and LG PH150G. Both are super-portable, battery-powered projectors which can flood your wall with up to 100-inches of televisual awesomeness.
LG PH450U Features:
LG’s new PH450U is an ultra-short throw projector and it capable of projecting images from distances of just 33 centimeters (13 inches). It is small size and battery power also means it can be moved around a room, or even be carried around outside, enabling users to watch videos on any flat surface they come across.
You can also set the PH450U in an upright position and render images on any flat surface. Which means that you could basically turn your work desk into a movie screen, pending your boss’s approval.
Another cool trait is that you don’t have to plug a source into it. There’s a built-in TV tuner, as well as Miracast casting features for Android phones and Wi-Fi Direct. The little projector has its own speakers, but there is also Bluetooth audio out.
LG PH150G Features:
The smaller, but by no means less interesting, projector is the LG PH150G. It is a mere 1.1 pounds, and also features a 2.5-hour battery. What is exciting about this is that although it only provides 130 lumens of brightness, it can squeeze out a mega 100-inch screen with a HD (1,280 x 720 pixel) resolution.
Pricing & Availability:
Both new projectors will be available in the UK starting in Sept, although local pricing is yet to be confirmed. In the US, the new PH450U will be available for $649.99 from Oct, while the new PH150G will cost $349.99.