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Published on Jan 6, 2011
Superb brightness and connectivity meet high convenience in the ultra portable HW300T. LG's first portable projector to incorporate the Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) technology, consumers can easily and wirelessly transfer stored digital content from devices such as personal computers and watch it from this projector. It comes with a built-in ATSC tuner so consumers can watch TV through the projector. Augmenting the HW300T with more content options, it also includes a broadband function, which provides consumers access to a host of internet services, such as Accuweather, Twitter and Facebook -- without a computer. In addition, the HW300T can also access and play DivX format HD content and, via its USB connection, it allows users to show presentation and data spreadsheets without a PC.
The HW300T has 1200 x 800 WXGA resolution, combined with a contrast ratio of 2,000:1 and brightness of 250 ANSI-lumens to ensure it displays crisp, vibrant images even when the rooms lighting isn't ideal for viewing. As LG's most energy-efficient projector, the life expectancy for the HW300T is 30,000 hours. The LED light source is also built without the use of mercury adding to the projectors environmentally friendly design. It comes in a sleek, compact glossy-black unit, weighing just 1.74lbs.