LG has unveiled two new projectors today in Korea, the HW300TN and HW301TN. Specifications are limited, but they are both pocket projectors can display a native WXGA (1280 x 800) resolution and use LED lamps. The only real difference at this time is that they come in black and silver cases, respectively. The main feature for both devices is that they have DLNA capabilities and can connect to a userâ€™s home network storage device via wireless connection. This means that the projector doesnâ€™t need computer or an external device to be connected. Also, the wireless capabilities allow a user to connect a smartphone or a tablet in order stream video or control the projector. LG did not announce a release date, but in Korea, both projectors are expected to retail for around 1090000 won ($8197).
[via Akihabara News]