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The LG PH300 Mini beam is a tiny portable projector with an appropriate nickname. Its native 720p resolution makes it better than other ultra-portable projectors when it comes to detail and resolution, while its onboard battery makes it an easy projector to take along with you. The LED light source means you'll never have to replace a burned-out lamp, and also means the internal battery will last for an impressive 2.5 hours on a single charge. If you need a super-portable projector that's capable of going anywhere, including places without electricity.
1280x720 HIGH DEFINITION: The PH300 is built with entertainment in mind. First and foremost, it uses a native resolution of 1280x720, which is both high-definition and uses the common 16:9 aspect ratio. This is ideal for television, movies, games, and other film and video content. Presentation projectors tend to use the 16:10 aspect ratio, which is more common among laptops and other computers but adds pixels that don't ever get used for video.
TINY: The LG PH300 is a tiny projector that's easy to bring along anywhere you want to go. That claim gets tossed around a lot, but the PH300 lives up to it in a way the others don't. The case is only 2.5" x 3.5" x 4.5", about the same size as a fat paperback book. It weighs less than 1 pound, and unlike most portables you don't need to lug along a heavy power brick every time you want to use the projector - the bare projector is a viable option all by itself.
BUILT-IN BATTERY: The PH300's internal battery is arguably the projector's most unique feature, allowing you to use it anywhere you go regardless of whether or not a wall outlet is available. The manufacturer's specifications state that the battery should last for 2.5 hours from a full charge; during our testing, we were usually able to watch a feature-length movie before running out of juice. To give yourself a safety margin, don't plan on the projector's battery lasting more than two hours per charge, and make sure to charge the battery soon before you plan to use the projector; rechargeable batteries tend to lose charge if they sit unused for long periods.
LED LIGHT ENGINE: While they don't produce a ton of light output, light-emitting diodes (or LEDs) are both energy-efficient and long-lived, so they never need to be replaced. They also draw far less power than traditional arc lamps, which is part of what gives the PH300 its impressive battery life. During use, the projector draws only 25 watts of power unless it is also recharging the battery.
ONBOARD SOUND: Somehow, the engineers in charge of the PH300 found room in the case for a pair of one-watt stereo speakers. While that's nobody's ideal sound system, it does mean that the projector can be used for entertainment without any external devices or cables. There's also a 3.5mm audio jack, so you can hook up a small set of speakers or some decent headphones for better audio quality.
CONNECTIVITY: Though it is a tiny projector, the PH300 has an impressive array of ports. There's an HDMI port with MHL, perfect for use with a Roku stick or other streaming device. There is one 1/8" audio output, allowing you to connect to a more powerful sound system. There's one USB port for loading files for the onboard media player. There's also a coaxial port for the onboard ATSC TV tuner.
LOW INPUT LAG: With 33 milliseconds of input lag, the PH300 is right in line with most other low-cost DLP projectors. 33 milliseconds is about two frames of a 60 FPS signal, which is plenty fast enough for all but the most serious and demanding gamers.
INPUT / OUTPUT TERMINALS
|Projector Brightness ( Lumens)||300|
|Projector Resolution||WXGA (1280x800)|
|Lamp Life||30000 Hours|
|Projector Interface||Wireless Network|
|Special Price From Date||Aug 28, 2016|
|Special Price To Date||No|