Unveiled at CES 2024, the LG CineBeam Q projector has made its way to Australia, offering on-the-go entertainment with a compact design and 360-degree rotatable handle.

The CineBeam Q delivers 4K UHD resolution images up to 120 inches, boasting a 450,000:1 contrast ratio and 154% coverage of the DCI-P3 colour gamut.

Equipped with Auto Screen Adjustment, the built-in auto-focus optimises image placement and size, ensuring a seamless viewing experience in any environment. LG’s webOS platform provides access to popular streaming services such as Stan, Netflix, Disney+ and YouTube. Users can also share content from smart devices using Apple AirPlay 2 and Miracast.

When not in use, the CineBeam Q projector acts as an interior accessory, complementing any space with its minimal design. Users can also activate the Light Drawing function to enhance ambiance with digital images. This image-mapping feature projects images onto the wall with tranquil mood lighting.

LG Electronics Australia marketing director, Gemma Lemieux said, “The ways Australians access entertainment continues to evolve and at LG, we’re committed to innovating our products to meet our customers’ lifestyles. The CineBeam Q is the latest addition to our innovative projector line-up, boasting a truly immersive entertainment solution for the home and on-the-go. 

“With its refined design, compact form factor and 4K colour projection, the Q delivers an unparalleled viewing experience in a compact frame.”

The LG CineBeam Q projector is available for RRP $2,499 from leading retailers and the LG Australia website.