LG is scheduled to unveil a new projector named LG ProBeam at the CES 2017. It makes use of laser light to render images on the display. Primarily designed for home use, the LG ProBeam is optimized for a cinematic-style viewing experience.
LG ProBeam features an I-shaped structure instead of a flat structure embedded inside a regular projector. Hence, the space captured by the projector is vertical rather than sideway turning. You should note that brightness also matters a lot.
According to LG, you will be able to make use of the ProBeam with lights On with 2000 lumens brightness. However, you would be able to configure your home theater in room with limited ambient light. The laser light sources included with the LG ProBeam projector will be capable of producing accurate Blue, Green and Red colors.
Technically, LG ProBeam will be equipped with a large display with Full HD resolution. This makes it a reliable, effective and powerful solution to enable you to shift your Television outside your home or office. Industry analysts are eager to see the amount of refresh rate likely to be integrated with the upcoming projector.
If rumors are to be believed, LG ProBeam is expected to ship with an unique laser engine customized to run at higher fps. Hence, you can expeirnce smooth gaming with the projector.
We will keep a close watch on the developments associated with LG ProBeam projector. Stay tuned with NetAns.
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