It just weights three pounds, the CineBeam Qube.
One of LG’s most recent 4K projectors, the CineBeam Qube, was just recently introduced. CES 2024, which will take place at the beginning of January, will be the formal unveiling of the projector; however, the business is providing buyers who are curious with an early peek at it. An impressive number of high-tech bells and whistles are included in the CineBeam Qube, which also features a beautiful appearance that LG refers to as “minimalist.” In addition to that, there is a handle that looks like a crank.
The handle on this thing is real, that’s for sure. The CineBeam Qube had portability in mind from the beginning. Because of its square shape and the fact that it weighs only about three pounds, it is very easy to position in virtually any location. Placement is further made easier by the handle’s ability to rotate across 360 degrees. According to LG, it is “one of the smallest projectors that is currently available.”
Obviously, the projection is the most essential component of any projector, yet it is also the most overlooked. The Qube is capable of projecting images with a resolution of up to 120 inches or 4K Ultra High Definition (3,840 x 2,160). There is a contrast ratio of 450,000:1 and 154 percent coverage of the DCI-P3 color gamut. Additionally, there is a laser light source that emits RGB light. Considering these specifications, the episode of Reacher is going to be awesome.
When we talk about streaming content, we should mention that the projector is powered by LG webOS 6.0 and provides access to all of the major streaming services, including as YouTube, Disney+, Netflix, and Prime Video. Nevertheless, Prime Video is about to impose advertisements on everyone, and there is nothing that can destroy a party that is built on a projector more than advertisements.
Additionally, this projector is equipped with the image-mapping function that the corporation offers. This function maps your space and displays an image on top of everything else. This is for the purpose of producing a one-of-a-kind atmosphere, such as flooding the entirety of the room with a picture of the night sky or the vast wilderness. Even more impressive is the fact that it incorporates LG’s automatic brightness adjustment mechanism, which is included in a significant number of the company’s high-end projectors.
There is no information available regarding the price of the CineBeam Qube, nor is there a release date for the product. On the other hand, LG is making the projector a significant part of its CES presentation, so perhaps when January rolls around, we will learn more.