Ahead of the CES 2017 event, LG has today announced that they will be announcing a new laser projector during the conference in January.

Called the LG ProBeam, it will feature a brightness range of 2,000 lumens, while featuring a design that they hope will allow it to blend nicely into your home.

It has also designed it to be portable, with an I-shaped laser engine and a body that weighs just 2.1kg.

LG has announced that it will launch a new laser project at the Consumer Electronics Show in January, the LG ProBeam.

The new LG ProBeam comes with a brightness range of 2,000 lumens and it is design to blend into your home. LG also says that it will be the industry’s lightest Full HD laser projector.

The projector will also use LG’s Sound Sync Adjustment technology, allowing it to be paired with any Bluetooth audio product such as Bluetooth headphones or speakers.

It will also have a Wireless Mirroring feature, with allows it to use Miracast to project content from compatible smart devices.

The projector will be announced during CES 2017 next month, at which point we will update you.

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