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The LG Minibeam Nano is a small and affordable projector for your mobile device

By Ng Chong Seng - on 19 Jun 2015, 9:44am

The LG Minibeam Nano is a small and affordable projector for your mobile device

Measuring 108 x 103 x 44mm, the Minibeam Nano is LG’s smallest projector to date. It's the company's lightest too, as it tips the scale at just 270g. Featuring a brightness rating of 100 ANSI lumens, a contrast ratio (full on and off) of 100,000:1, and the ability to fill up a 100-inch screen, the Minibeam Nano (model PV150G) also supports screen mirroring technologies like Miracast and Wi-Fi Direct, so it’s easy to wirelessly project content that’s on your mobile device onto the big screen.

For users who prefer to save their content on portable USB drives, the mini projector can also play and project movies, photos, music, and even office documents directly from them, thanks to HD DivX and Office Viewer support. Equipped with a 3,800mAh battery, the Minibeam Nano is able to play for up to two hours on a full charge.

The Minibeam Nano uses LED lamp and is rated to last for 30,000 hours, which translates to about 10 years if you were to use it for 8 hours a day. Other features include an auto keystone function, a WVGA native resolution (854 x 480 pixels), an HDMI input, and a built-in 1W mono speaker.

The LG Minibeam Nano is priced at S$599; but since it’s now the LG Red Fair period, you can get it for free with the purchase of a select LG TV in the company’s 2015 lineup. The eligible TV models are: 65/55UF950T, 65/55UG870T, 65/60/55UF850T, 70/65/60UF770T, and 65/60UF670T.

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