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Asus announces 'ZenBeam Latte' movie projector

Asus has announced its new ZenBeam Latte at CES 2021. The device is a mobile movie projector that looks like a one-eyed, fabric-covered mini-robot of sorts.
Asus announces 'ZenBeam Latte' movie projector

Asus has announced its new ZenBeam Latte at CES 2021. The device is a mobile movie projector that looks like a one-eyed, fabric-covered mini-robot of sorts.

According to The Verge, ZenBeam Latte fires out its 720p image using up to 300 lumens of LED light, and it has an integrated 10W Harman Kardon-tuned speaker system to boot.

Asus insisted that its projector looks like a coffee cup.

However, it's not the right shape, as the 'homey' coffee cup (Asus' word) grey instead of a glorious brown. The company also claims it is "the first projector to offer a fabric exterior," which is not correct either, reported The Verge.

The device, however, can wirelessly project a user's phone or an HDMI device.

As per The Verge, Asus quoted three hours from a 6,000mAh battery - and gets bright enough to create a decent-sized screen.

Asus said this one can produce a 40-inch picture when placed one meter from the wall, 80 inches at two meters, and a maximum of 120 inches (presumably at three meters). Though, the users should not expect a 300-lumen projector to be very bright at nine feet away.

Asus said it's coming to the US in the second quarter of the year, however, the price remains unquoted.

( With inputs from ANI )

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