LG electronics recently unveiled an all new LED based projector at International Consumer Electronics Show. The HW300T is the first pocket size LED projector to have eco-friendliness, exceptional brightness and compact design. The HW300T is also a first projector to have DLNA-certified broadband function.

There are very few LED based projectors on the market today that will push 100 ANSI lumens. Most of them are simply too low in lumen count, meaning it will not perform well in anything else but a completely pitch black room. The HW300T somehow manages to incorporate 250 ANSI lumens into a projector that is no bigger than a person’s hand.

Let’s not leave out the fact that most LED projectors today mostly support 1024×768 resolution, and anything above that will simply shoot the price above two thousand dollar price range. LG has created something special here by introducing a projector with 1200×800 resolutions which can be scaled to 720p. With 720p resolution slapped on the specification list will likely attract many home theater consumers. Especially when it comes with ATSC tuner and broadband function. These two additions pretty much complete the package that most projector consumers are looking for out there. It also has the ability to stream Accuweather and to connect to social networks such as Facebook and Twitter will make HW300T most accessible LED projector on the market to date.

This is by far LG’s most energy-efficient projector. The maximum wattage use does not exceed 100 and since the lamp is LED based, the consumer won’t have to change the lamp for 30,000 hours. Knowing that the lamp is also mercury free will put many environmentalists at ease. Although the price hasn’t been officially announced, it is speculated to be right under $1000 dollars.

Life is indeed good again.