LG 1080P CineBeam PF510Q Smart Projector Goes On Sale
LG revealed its compact and lightweight CineBeam PF510Q Smart Portable Full HD (1080p) DLP Projector is now available for purchase.
The LG CineBeam PF510Q, which carries a $599.99 suggested retail price, is billed as a projector that brings unique entertainment experience along with the convenience or quality of an easily transportable projector that can be used from room to room.
The LG PF510Q Smart Portable Projector offers a wide range of display sizes from 30-inches up to 120-inches, and offers the benefit of adjusting the screen size to best-fit a variety of viewing preferences.
The unit measure 5.8 x 2.6 x 5.8 inches and weighs 2.2 pounds. Its internal smart TV platform will allow streaming favorite entertainment apps delivering everything from movies to virtual fitness classes.
The Full HD resolution presents movies, programs and video games in high quality. Additionally, the PF510Q’s Auto Vertical Keystone feature adjusts the vertical keystone alignment, eliminating tilts and distortion for crisp images, the company said.
LG’s PF510Q smart access compatibility is handled using LG’s proprietary webOS 22 operating system. This includes access to top apps including: Disney+, PrimeVideo, YouTube, AppleTV+ and more. The PF510Q’s Apple Air Play and Apple Home compatibility features enable wireless control of the projector plus streaming capabilities from Apple devices.
Separately, content can be wirelessly casted from Android devices to the projector screen using integrated Screenshare.
The projector ships with a CineBeam Simple Remote designed around the simplified webOS 22 user interface, for easy content searching and app navigation.
Sound support includes an internal 5 watt (mono) speaker, and a Bluetooth Audio Dual Out feature that allows the CineBeam PF510Q projector to create external sound tailored to user preferences. LG said this enables pairing two Bluetooth devices to watch content with a friend or amplifying a movie with two external BT speakers for fuller sound and channel separation.
LG said the Bluetooth features allow full control “in any environment.”
Peak brightness is listed as 450 ANSI Lumens and the contrast ratio is listed as 150,000:1. The projector uses a 4-channel (RGBB) LED light source with a 30,000-hour life expectancy.
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By Greg Tarr
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