LG has their Scarlet TVs, and their Cookie phones. But today we are looking at none of that, rather, the spotlight is on a tiny little projector called the LG HS102G that LG has introduced fresh in our market. It's small and fits in the palm of one’s hand. Wasting no time, we unbox and begin to explore the little thing.
Design and Features
In the package we have a VGA cable, a VGA to component adapter, AV cable, brown and orange colored carry case, a black remote control, and power cords. Connectivity wise we do not have much, just a VGA in, headphone and Composite video input. But there is some candy in this model: a USB slot that can read MP3s, DivX and JPEGs. This makes very good sense in a portable projector like this, as the business guys can carry pics and videos in pen drives and display away, without the need of a laptop. Besides, there is a one watt speaker and Kensington lock.
This projector uses an LED lamp, and regular DLP display technology. This generally consumes less power than other cathode based lamps, and also has a life of 30,000 hours, which is quite juicy. The max res is 1280 x 1024, while native is 800 x 600. The brightness is 160 ANSI lumens, and native contrast seems healthy at 2000:1. The aspect ratio is 4:3, but also is capable of handling widescreen video. There is a manual focus dial on top of the lens, but sadly no zoom at all, nor do we have a lens shift option.
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