CineBeam Qube HU710PB: LG’s minimalist-looking, 'stylish' projector

CineBeam Qube projector enjoys a minimalist look and stature with its 135mm square size on one side and rear-side 80mm width
An undated image displaying a Cube projector from LG. — LG
An undated image displaying a Cube projector from LG. — LG

CineBeam Qube model (HU710PB) is a high-end projector by LG which it terms as a “stylish interior accessory.”

The company has not disclosed the pricing or launch date for the projector, and there is a lack of information regarding its capabilities beyond the fundamental aspects highlighted earlier.

Here’s the breakdown of its internal and external features that validate this quirky, box-like device’s stylishness.

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CineBeam Qube design

The projector weighs around weighing 3.28 pounds. Meanwhile, what grants it a minimalist look and stature is its 135mm square size on one side and 80mm wide at the front. This boxy, smart gadget has a handle like we see on the GameCube.

Projection results and performance

LG's latest projector boasts an undisclosed quantity of HDMI eARC and USB-C ports, coupled with a 3W integrated monaural speaker.

Using LG’s propriety webOS, LG asserts its ability to project a sizable 120-inch display at a pristine 4K resolution, maintaining a conventional 1.2 throw ratio. Additionally, it features a convenient handle for portability.

To delve into specifics, it releases a comparatively modest 500 ANSI lumens, significantly different from the 2200 ANSI lumens of the larger Xgimi Horizon Pro. This luminosity level indicates that it may not exhibit the same vividness as brighter HDR TVs, especially in well-lit environments, notwithstanding LG's assertion of HDR 10 support.