Introducing the LG MiniBeam

SPONSORED BY LG LG have recently debuted their latest nano projector, care of a video campaign that sees the device used to engage an unassuming audience by using the city as a backdrop. The LED powered device boasts an estimated lifespan of 30,000 hours and connectivity options including HDMI, USB 2.0 and WiDi.

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LG have recently debuted their latest nano projector, care of a video campaign that sees the device used to engage an unassuming audience by using the city as a backdrop. The LED powered device boasts an estimated lifespan of 30,000 hours and connectivity options including HDMI, USB 2.0 and WiDi.

According to Hyoung-Sei Park, head of the IT Business Division at LG Electronics, the device’s key offering is its transportability: “Compact and extremely portable, the MiniBeam gives users the freedom to enjoy large-format videos and photos anywhere they go.” Designed with spontaneously sharing content in mind, the modern-vintage styled Minibeam allows users to quickly project multiple forms of content from movies and photographs to presentations and spreadsheets.

See what the Minibeam can do in the following video:

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