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LG has announced the debut of the highly portable LG CineBeam Full HD LED projector, the PF610P, priced at $849.99. The Korean manufacturer says the new beamer delivers “mesmerizing picture quality in expansive proportions” and, combined with portability, make it ideal for home cinema fans who want to take a home theater with them. The projector is available now from LG-authorized retailers and at LG.com.

The PF610P is capable of delivering 1080p resolution at up to 120 inches diagonally, and features a claimed 1,000 ANSI lumens of brightness. The onboard 4-channel LED promises not only high “brilliance”, but also improved contrast and color, while the projector’s light source allows for an approximate 30,000 hours of use. A 4-corner keystone feature enables adjustment of the screen from four different points for accurate proportions from “virtually any angle”. Additionally, the PF610P includes a 1.195 short throw ratio for relative large images from close range projection.

As well as wireless connectivity with home theater audio systems via Bluetooth, the projector offers Dolby Atmos audio support and onboard twin 3W speakers. Weighing in at only 3.7lbs, the projector has a minimal frame for easy portability. Contrast is measured at 150,000:1, while both HDCP 2.2 and HDR10 are supported, and one of two HDMI input ports provides ARC compatibility.

The projector uses the new LG webOS 5.0 platform for easier control as well as access to Disney+ and YouTube streaming options. Apple AirPlay 2 and MiraCast for Android support enable sharing of content from smartphones and tablets. To see LG’s full line-up of home theater projectors, go here.

 

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