This new LG projector remind me of America’s other favorite pastime – the Drive-In. In some cities the timeless drive-in cinema experience is still alive and kicking. That’s as it should be and LG shows us why with their new MiniBeam Projector. Using an LED-Digital based light source, the MiniBeam can projector an image at WXGA (1200×800) resolution with surprising clarity. The MiniBeam is an incredible overachiever. Unlike your garden variety lamp-based projector the lamp in the MiniBeam can last up to 30,000 hours. Use it few hours a day and that lamp will last a couple decades.

The LG MiniBeam Projector shows formidable features for portability and mobile movie magic. It has WiFi built in so you can connect it to your existing internet or home network. You can also share content between supported Miracast devices wirelessly. Mirror content from your smartphone or tablet and project it from the MiniBeam. WiDi PC or laptop support is also on offer for more professional sharing of presentations and more. Moreover, you can enjoy your favorite TV shows projected over the MiniBeam with the built-in digital TV tuner. Pretty slick!

Some of my most memorable movie experiences were made possible on warm Midwest Summer nights at the Drive In multiplex. There is nothing like watching a movie from the privacy and comfort of your own automobile. No ushers “shushing” you to be quiet as you wrestle with relatives over the unequal distribution of copiously buttered popcorn.

LG’s MiniBeam projector is portable with an expansive features set for work and play.

This post is sponsored by LG

Christen Costa

Grew up back East, got sick of the cold and headed West. Since I was small I have been pushing buttons - both electronic and human. With an insatiable need for tech I thought "why not start a blog focusing on technology, and use my dislikes and likes to post on gadgets."