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CES 2024 will see LG debut a 4K projector with an unusual handle

The CineBeam Qube, LG’s newest 4K projector, was recently unveiled. The projector will be formally unveiled at CES 2024 in early January, but in the meantime, interested customers can get a sneak peek. The sleek, “minimalist” design of the CineBeam Qube belies its abundance of high-tech features. Additionally, it has a crank-like handle.

Yes, there is a handle on this thing. The portability of the CineBeam Qube is designed in. It weighs only three pounds, and its square shape makes it convenient to place almost anywhere. Placement is further aided by the handle’s 360-degree rotatable design. “One of the smallest projectors available,” according to LG.

The projection is, of course, the most crucial component of any projector. Up to 120-inch screens with 4K UHD (3,840 x 2,160) resolution can be projected by the Qube. The RGB laser light source, 450,000:1 contrast ratio, and 154 percent DCI-P3 color gamut coverage are present. These specifications will make that Reacher episode really stand out.

In relation to streaming media, the projector is equipped with LG webOS 6.0 and provides users with access to all major streaming platforms, such as YouTube, Netflix, Disney+, and Prime Video. But Prime Video is about to impose advertisements on everyone, and nothing ruins a movie night at home more than commercials.

The image-mapping feature of this projector, which maps your space and superimposes an image on everything, is also included. This is to create a distinct atmosphere, such as projecting an image of the deep wilderness or the night sky throughout the room. It even incorporates the automatic brightness adjustment algorithm from LG, which is present in a number of their high-end projectors.

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