LG ProBeam BU53PST 4K projector arrives with 300-in image – Notebookcheck.net
The LG ProBeam model BU53PST projector can throw images up to 300-in (~762 cm). (Image source: LG)
The LG ProBeam BU53PST 4K projector has launched in Canada following its release in the US in August. The device is designed for business use, with a 0.94 throw ratio and a maximum image size of 300-in (~762 cm) across. The gadget has a brightness of up to 5,000 lumens and comes with built-in speakers.
The LG ProBeam model BU53PST is a new projector designed for office space. The device was recently launched in Canada and became available in the US earlier this year. The 4K laser projector has a 0.94 to 1.14 throw ratio, which the company suggests makes it suitable for smaller meeting rooms. You can throw images from 40-in to 300-in (~102 to 762 cm) across, with a total of 8.3 million pixels and a maximum brightness of 5,000 lumens.
A 3,000,000:1 contrast ratio helps to bring clarity to pictures in a bright room, and you can throw images in various aspect ratios such as 16:9 and 4:3. Lens Shift and Zoom x1.2 allow you to adjust the image to suit the space, and the device’s typical running noise output is between 26 and 29 dBA. The gadget has two built-in 5 W speakers for a stereo sound experience and supports the LG Sound Sync feature when connected to a soundbar. You can connect to the BU53PST via Bluetooth or using various ports, such as HDMI ARC and USB-A.
The projector measures 370 x 290 x 155.7 mm (~14.6 x 11.4 x 4.6-in) and weighs 9.7 kg (~21.4 lbs). The laser light source is expected to last up to 20,000 hours, with the product having an overall limited warranty of three years. Customers in Canada can buy the LG ProBeam BU53PST projector for CA$5,546.99 (~US$4,218), and those in the US can purchase the device for US$4,299.
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