LG Electronics has launched two new high resolution projectors earlier this week on Monday (22nd February 2021). These new projectors are targeted for enterprises and businesses and are a part of the ProBeam series.
For those unaware, the LG ProBeam series is aimed at the professional market, which includes the two new launches as well. On the other hand, the CineBeam lineup are the projectors targeted for the mass market and consumers. The new models include BU60PST and BF60PST. Both projectors offer 6,000 ANSI lumen of brightness. Furthermore, its laser uses light source that can last for around 20,000 hours, as per official notes. According to TheElec report, the BU60PST projector from the South Korean tech giant supports 4K resolution and is capable of providing a 300 inch screen.
Notably, this screen can also be expanded and contracted at twelve different points on the edge. Additionally, the contrast ratio of the output is 3 million to one on the models, while both models also support HDR10 as well. The new projectors also arrive with web browsers. This allows them to be connected to the internet. Additionally, these projectors can also share screens with other Android running devices. In other words, they can be connected wirelessly with notebooks and smartphones in professional environments.
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