LG Expands Minibeam Projector Line-up with Two New Additions

August 19, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

LG will be bringing in two new additions to its current line-up of Minibeam projectors next month. Keeping in mind the shortcomings of a projector device when compared to TVs, LG is shaping up a new perk for its new projectors, and that’s portability.

The PH450U from LG, or the ultra-short-throw (UST) projector, is the catchy addition that sized so small that it can be moved around a room with ease. Besides, the tiny nature of the projector also makes it easier to be transported outside.

The UST projector also draws up its power from battery. The rechargeable battery inside can power the device for up to two hours.  Add this with the portability factor, and LG’s PH450U is one such projector which can be used to project images literally at any place where you have a flat surface. It’s also powered with the capability of projecting images from distances of 33cms (13inch).


The 450 lumens LED lamp can diminish the experience when projecting in broad daylights. But it’s still better than most of the other portable projectors out there in the market today.

The other new addition, the LG PH150G is even more compact, and weights only 450grams. It also has Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity options, but the brightness of the LED lamp tallies to a mere 130lumens.

Both the projectors are 720p DLP devices, producing images at qualities of 1280×720 pixels. There is The duo also packs other features like HDMI and USB port connectivity, MHL capability, Miracast wireless screen sharing, and built-in speakers.

The two new models will be introduced at next month’s IFA in Berlin, and will be introduced during September to the markets at the price point of $350 for PH150G and $650 for PH450U.

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