A compact projector that outputs up to 2,000 lumens of brightness, thanks to a bright laser projection system. Has full HD resolution, packs wireless connectivity for mirroring content from smart devices, and pairs with Bluetooth speakers. The LG HF80JA debuts at CES 2017.
The Spontaneous Pop Up Display (SPUD) is a 720p pico projector which sits behind a 24″ 16:9 projection screen. The screen opens up like an umbrella, then folds over the projector when not in use. The whole setup weighs less than 2lb. The projector lasts up to 10h per charge.
A pico projector that screws into E26 and E27 light sockets. Beam runs Android 4.4 and works with AirPlay and Miracast-enabled devices. It has a small flat side so you can rest it on a flat surface as well.
A Bluetooth speaker and projector with a built-in battery. Its 1280×800 projection display can give you a 100″ screen from just 8.4ft away. It has HDMI and USB charging ports so you can plug in media players like a Roku stick or Chromecast.
Entertainment and security in one remote-controlled egg. It has a projector with an adjustable lens, a camera, various sensors and a sound system. It maps your home so you can ask it to come to a specific room, or control it directly.
Odin is a battery-powered portable projector that runs Android KitKat, which means it can run Google Play apps. It has Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, HDMI and USB ports. It can create up to a 250″ screen and can also be used as a Bluetooth speaker.
Projecting a 100-inch image from just 22in. away, LG’s $10,000, 1080p laser projector looks like a smart buy for those who want a bigger picture, but don’t have the strength to lift a massive flat-screen.
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