LG CineBeam Q Projector: Portability, 4K Resolution Launched in India

LG CineBeam Q Projector: Portability, 4K Resolution Launched in India

Last month, LG unveiled MyView smart monitors and budget-friendly monitors featuring a 100Hz refresh rate in the Indian market. Continuing their streak, the company has now launched a projector in India known as the CineBeam Q. This projector is designed to be compact and portable, providing users with convenience in transportation. Boasting a range of features, the projector comes with a premium price point.

LG CineBeam Q specifications and features

The LG CineBeam Q is a lightweight projector, weighing only 1.49 kg, ensuring easy portability and placement flexibility for users. Moreover, it includes a 360-degree rotating handle that allows users to adjust the viewing angle to suit their preferences. The projector sports a sleek and minimalistic design that seamlessly integrates with any interior decor.

The LG CineBeam Q projector delivers 4K picture quality with HDR10 on screens up to 120 inches, supporting both 16:9 and 4:3 aspect ratios. Utilizing 3-channel RGB Laser technology, this projector promises vivid detail and lifelike color reproduction. With a contrast ratio of 4,50,000:1, it provides sharp details and deep blacks, automatically adjusting the screen based on the projection angle.

Audio and Connectivity

Equipped with a built-in 3W mono speaker that supports Dolby Atmos, the LG CineBeam Q also features a dual output mode allowing simultaneous connection to two devices such as Bluetooth-enabled speakers, soundbars, or headphones. Running on webOS, the projector offers access to popular OTT platforms like Prime Video, Netflix, YouTube, and Apple TV. Connectivity options include a USB-C port, HDMI port, screen share functionality, and AirPlay 2 support.

The LG CineBeam Q projector is priced at Rs 1,65,000 and will be available for purchase starting June from various platforms including Amazon, Flipkart, LG’s website, offline stores, and leading retail outlets across India.

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