LG intros two new ProBeam DLP business laser projectors

posted on Wednesday, 21st April 2021 by Steve May

projectors  4K  Pro AV  DLP 

[#pageName]

LG has expanded its ProBeam line of business projectors with the BU60PST and BF60PST, 6000 lumens DLP laser projectors with smart functionality.

The two new models feature a number of enhancements for use in education or corporate environments. With a peak brightness of 6,000 ANSI lumen and contrast ratio of 3,000,000:1, they’re suitable for use in brightly lit spaces. Operating noise is quoted at 33 / 30 / 29 dB (High / Mid / Low).

The duo replace LG’s BU50NST and BF50NST models.

The BU60PST offers a 4K UHD image, at a maximum 300-inch screen size. The BF60PST is a WUXGA (1,920 x 1,200) model. Both are compatible with HDR10 sources, capable says LG, of ‘reproducing stunning HDR content as it was meant to be seen, with exceptionally deep blacks and rich, dynamic, colours.’ The laser light source is rated for 20,000 hours.

Connectivity includes two HDMI inputs, two USB ports, and Bluetooth. There's also a 2x5W stereo onboard sound system.

LG PROBEAM  Enterprise Use

Users can connect either of the new projectors directly to a company or conference facility network, via wired or wireless connection, with the need for a laptop. Microsoft PowerPoint and Excel files can be opened directly from a USB device via the built-in Office viewer. The smart platform in use is webOS 4.5.

Screen sharing and screen mirroring are supported, make it easy to cast content from devices running the Windows or Android operating systems.

“As offices and schools reopen, we expect there will be a growing demand for upgraded presentation tools after the Zoom era,” said Jang Ik-hwan, senior vice president and head of the IT business unit of LG Electronics Business Solutions Company. “Designed specifically for business and education environments, LG ProBeam projectors are adaptable solutions that can facilitate better communication and enhance productivity.”

LG’s new 2021 ProBeam models will be available starting in the second quarter in North America, followed by key markets in Europe and Asia.

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology specialist who also writes for T3TechRadarHome Cinema Choice, Trusted Reviews and The Luxe Review.

Share this!

Have your say...

Sorry guests can't post comments.

Please Login if your an existing member or Register a new account.

Authors

Latest Posts

Lumin unveils futureproof T3 network music player

Lumin unveils futureproof T3 network music player

11

Aug

2022

posted by Steve May

Streamer uses technology from flagship X1 analogue stage

More...
.
Snap One promotes control and AV innovations at EI Live

Snap One promotes control and AV innovations at EI Live

10

Aug

2022

posted by Steve May

Brand also plans live training sessions at UK trade show

More...
.