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Review: LG ProBeam Projects Sharp Images in Any Environment
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Review: LG ProBeam Projects Sharp Images in Any Environment

The LG ProBeam combines performance and convenience

The best thing about the LG ProBeam, aside from its excellent image quality, is its array of additional features that make it the brightest object in any conference room.

The ProBeam allows audiovisual engineers to adjust every display to meet the needs of the room and agency by starting with a 12-point keystone adjustment. Keystone operations can be performed on both the remote control and the physical unit.

Agency users can project a minimum screen size 40 inches and maximum screen size 300 inches (about 25 feet) thanks to the device’s extreme brightness capabilities.

Engineers can show presenters how to project a 60% larger image instantly without having to move or adjust the projector. Users can quickly switch between a 100-inch projection to a 160 inch display in seconds.

Wireless connectivity for screen mirroring is easy to use, making it quick and easy for engineers to work during live events. Any Android device can be connected wirelessly; wired connections are possible via USB or HDMI ports.

Laser projection technology helps users to manage long-term expenses by minimizing outages that disrupt operations or require costly replacements.

The LG ProBeam has a lamp life of 20,000 hours, which is significantly longer than bulb-based models. There is also less dimming over the lifetime of the projector. It makes projections bright enough to be used in well-lit areas or for meetings without having to close the curtains or turn off lights.

The integration of Bluetooth audio capability solves an old problem that audiovisual engineers have had to deal with for years: a receiver that produces high quality sound. The ProBeam can not only provide good native sound, but also sends a signal to an in room speaker system. This makes it ideal for use in small conference rooms or huddle spaces.

The LG ProBeam is ideal for government because it has a projector that can be used in almost any lighting conditions and doesn’t require any special training to access advanced features. Government employees can focus on their presentations and not worry too much about the equipment they use to share their information.



Resolution:3840×2160 4K Ultra HD
Pixels:8.3 million
Native Aspect Ratio16:9
Dimensions: 14.6×12.8×6.1 inches
Weight:21.4 pounds

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