The “BEEM 300” Wi-Fi multimedia LED projector was released by Portronics

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This portable projector can be taken anywhere and claims to offer a theater-like experience. Compatible with anything that can be transmitted over Wi-Fi or with an HDMI port, it can easily connect to smartphones, PCs, laptops, tablets, or even game consoles. Users can also play movies and music stored on USB drives.

Portronics launches its latest portable Wi-Fi multimedia LED projector ‘BEEM 300’ with an introductory price of Rs 19,999 with standard 1 year warranty. Users can purchase the product on the company’s official website Portronics.com, Amazon.com and other major online and offline stores nationwide. With up to 200 inches of pure 1080P image quality, 250 ANSI lumens of ultra light beam, and 10 watts of hi-fi audio bliss, this portable projector is perfect for your living room, bedroom, playroom, or office.

Highlights

  • The projector features a 250 ANSI lumen LED projection lamp with a 30,000 hour battery life. Crisp, bright and crisp images make the BEEM 300 not only a great alternative, but an affordable alternative to traditional bulky projectors.

  • Projector provides sharper image reproduction with 4-point trapezoidal front projection for corner (up to ±35°) and vertical (up to ±45°) keystone correction, allowing the Portronics BEEM 300 to be set up in almost any position claims to provide Not being a problem can be a handicap for you and your fellow viewers.

Plus, its small footprint makes it more portable, so you can take it almost anywhere you need an instant screen from 50” to 200” with the push of a button. The projector has a built-in 10W Hi-Fi speaker. In short, the projector provides loud sound for your games and gaming experiences, so you don’t need an additional audio system on your device.

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