LG said this week that it will bring to CES 2017 in Las Vegas Jan. 5-8th a new Full HD 1080p laser projector for home entertainment viewing both inside and outside the house.

The LG ProBeam model (pricing was not disclosed), incorporates a laser light engine listed as putting out up to 2,000 lumens of brightness, sufficient for viewing in rooms with a moderate amount of ambient light or twilight patio settings. LG said the projector was designed to deliver high-performance viewing both in a home theater setting or in diverse settings around the house.

The HF80J’s cabinet is slim and sleek with a standing-type design and an I-shaped laser engine, said to enable greater portability. It weighs 4.6 pounds, making it one of the lightest Full HD laser projectors in the 2,000 lumen range.

Read more about LG’s ProBeam HF80J laser projector after the jump:

The HF80J incorporates a Sound Sync Adjustment that can be paired with any Bluetooth audio product, including external speakers or headphones. The projector’s Wireless Mirroring feature uses Miracast technology to project content from smart devices onto a large projection screen.

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The projector also includes unusual four corner keystone and vertical auto keystone features to help users easily find the best image setting to quickly adjust images.

Consumers will have access to a diverse selection of streaming services and relevant programs via LG’s webOS smart TV platform built into the projector.

To control selections and setup, LG includes its in the package its Magic Remote Control, which is designed for easy navigation of the webOS Smart TV interface. WebOS provides access to the most popular streaming services depending on location and availability, enabling easy access to favorite programs without the need to hook up a lot of external source devices, making the projector ideal to take on vacations and camping trips.

By Greg Tarr


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