At last year's CES LG introduced the LG CineBeam PU700R seemingly as a response to the Samsung Freestyle portable projector. This year with the announcement of the LG Qube HU710PB, they're following in the footsteps of the latest trends for the all-in-one lifestyle projectors.
At CES 2024 LG is bringing to light their new game-changing model, the LG CineBeam Qube. This is a lifestyle projector that effortlessly turns any room into a cinematic sanctuary.

Modern Style In A Small Package

What really makes this small projector stand out is the stylish statement it makes infusing a touch of modern minimalism into your space.

Like the other comparable cube projectors, LG is opting for a more rectangular shape. But this is a real compact projector that's easy to travel with. It offers a tiny 3.1" x 5.3" x 5.3" body, almost half the size of the Formovie X5. The 360-degree rotatable handle makes it even easier to move around.

Impressive Specs For A Portable Projector

Size doesn't limit the CineBeam Qube; it's a petite powerhouse, delivering sharp 4K UHD resolution images up to a sizeable 120 inches with a 1.2:1 throw ratio.

Featuring an RGB laser light source and LG's top-notch image refining tech, this triple laser unit offers 500 ANSI lumens of brightness. So it would be restricted to lights off viewings.

The HU710PB paints pictures with unparalleled clarity—a pretty darn good for a portable projector, 450,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, 154 percent coverage of the DCI-P3 color gamut and HDR10 support. The CineBeam Qube's color accuracy ensures that every movie and piece of content is a true representation of its creators' vision—vivid colors, deep blacks, and a richness that adds vibrancy to every scene.

Now to be clear, these specs are really good for a travel projector but pale in comparison to many of the larger lifestyle projectors that produce a picture that even the discerning enthusiast would find acceptable for their home theater.

All-In-One Smart Projector

The LG Qube is an all-in-one projector that features built in speakers and media playing capabilities.

Powered by LG webOS 6.0, the CineBeam Qube isn't just a projector; it's your portal to an entertainment universe. Seamless access to streaming giants like Netflix, Disney+, Prime Video, and YouTube is at your fingertips. And when you're not binge-watching, activate the image-mapping function—turn your projector into a dynamic digital canvas, transforming your space into a captivating visual experience.

These smart projector features extend into the area of set up convenience. The Auto Screen Adjustment with auto-focus takes care of optimizing image placement and size, delivering a viewing experience that's nothing short of superb, every single time.

Check Out The LG Qube HU710PB

Don't just read about this new LG projector, if you're in the Las Vegas area you can check the LG CineBeam Qube out for yourself at CES 2024 from January 9-12.

We haven't heard anything from LG about a release roadmap or a price for the LG Qube. We'd expect it to be priced a bit higher than other similar projectors like the Formovie Xming Page One, so likely around $700-$1,000.

LG CineBeam Qube (HU710PB)
Resolution UHD (3,840 x 2,160)
Brightness 500 ANSI Lumens
Contrast Ratio 450,000:1
Size (W x D x H) 80 x 135 x 135 mm
Weight 1.49 kg
Light Source Laser (RGB)
Projection Lens Screen Size 50 – 120 inches
Throw Ratio (Min.) 1.2
Keystone Auto Screen Adjustment
Wireless Android / iOS
Inputs HDMI with eARC / USB Type C