The new LG PU700R CineBeam projector will shortly launch in the Republic of Korea and the EU. The 4K UHD gadget has up to 1,000 ANSI lumens brightness and can throw images up to 305 cm (~120-in) wide. Features of the compact gadget include automatic screen alignment and support for Apple AirPlay 2 and HomeKit.
The LG PU700R CineBeam 4K Projector will shortly launch in countries worldwide. Unveiled at CES, the new gadget has a similar design to the Samsung The Freestyle model. The UHD projector can throw images up to 305 cm (~120-in) wide with up to 1,000 ANSI lumen brightness from its RGB LED light source. The device has DLP technology with a 150,000:1 contrast ratio and support for HDR10 and HLG.
You can adjust the angle of the PU700R up to 90° to suit your space and a built-in camera enables automatic screen alignment; the gadget also has autofocus and auto keystone tools. WebOS lets you stream content from apps like Disney+ and YouTube or cast videos from a mobile device via Apple AirPlay 2 or Miracast. Plus, the gadget supports Apple HomeKit, allowing you to link the projector with other smart home devices. You can use Bluetooth to connect speakers or headphones wirelessly, and HDMI 2.1, USB 2.0, and USB-C ports enable you to connect to other products.
LG suggests you can use the new projector for mood lighting when you are not watching TV. The compact gadget measures 144 x 164 x 307.1 mm (~5.67 x 6.46 x 12.09-in). The LG PU700R CineBeam 4K Projector will launch in the Republic of Korea on March 17, though the price is unknown. Heimkino.de has already listed the product in Germany for €1,699, with a launch date of March 30. The device is expected to retail for US$1,699 in the US; the release date in North America remains unclear.
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Polly Allcock, 2023-03-13 (Update: 2023-03-13)