LG PH550 Minibeam Series Projector will Dance at CES 2016

While we are waiting any clear information around LG G5, it’s better to crawl more on the real LG’s products for CES 2016. Surely, there will be many good consumer products of LG that is going to be displayed at there. Among of them, the company announced the upcoming Minibeam series projectors will definitely dance at that big moment; PH550, PW1000 and PW1500.

However, I will not discuss all of them at once. I prefer to focus more on the PH550 model. Why, because I love compact and cheap things. And this model is designed in the most compact design compared to others two, only having A4 paper size. Coupled by an easy grip and light weight, it ensures a great mobile. So, you easily carry this projector to your work without pain by hand or store it in your regular bag.

Cheapest? The pricing relates to the specs, right? Compared to others two, the PH550’s brightness level is the lowest, at 550 lumens, while PW1000 has 1000 and PW1500 has 1500 lumens. As I said earlier, I love cheap things, but I’m not sure with you. If you are looking for a great picture quality without considering the price, this model is not suit you well. You have to dig more on PW15000.

Although it has only 550 lumens, I’m sure it’s more than just enough to show your presentation or slide show. Moreover, it offers you other good features; triple-wireless connectivity. The features include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and a rechargeable built-in battery. Those serve you an optional connectivity in process through Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, either to share contents from your smartphone or using wireless speakers, and at the same time give you worry-free from being halt your presentation in half way caused by electricity problem as long as 2.5 hours extended time.

LG PH550 Minibeam Projector

The release date and pricing
LG PH550 Minibeam projector is going to hit European and US market in Q1 2016. It’s probably available around late February 2016. Likely, the price of this dandy gadget will be confirmed at CES 2016.

Do you love cheap things?