Portronics Beem 420 1080p Smart LED Projector launched

Portronics has introduced its Beem 420 multimedia projector, following the launch of the Portronics Beem 410 1080p Smart LED Portable Android Projector in August.

The Beem 420 can turn any flat surface into a screen for watching Full HD 1080p content, with a maximum projection size of 250 inches. It boasts a brightness of up to 3200 Lumens and a long-lasting LED lamp that can work for 30,000 hours, delivering sharp and vibrant images on most white surfaces.

This projector is equipped with smart built-in sensors for easy vertical keystone and focus adjustments, making it versatile for various placements without needing a stand or tripod, even up to 8.1 meters away.

The Beem 420 offers multiple connectivity options, including two HDMI ports for laptops and media players, an AV input for older DVD players and traditional set-top boxes, a USB port, a micro SD card slot for home videos, and headphone and Bluetooth outputs for immersive audio.

Setting it up is hassle-free, and it can be operated with a remote control. It also supports wireless screen mirroring from smartphones, tablets, and laptops, and comes with a 5W internal speaker for an engaging audio experience.

Quick specifications: Portronics Beem 420 Portable Projector
  • Portable design with Remote control
  • Display: Up to 250″ display, FHD resolution, 3200 Lumens brightness, 30,000 hours LED Lamp life, 16:9 ratio
  • Supports Wireless Screen Mirroring, Vertical Keystone
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth
  • Wide Compatibility
  • I/O Ports: x2 HDMI, x1 USB port, AV In, Audio Out, microSD Slot
  • Speaker: 5W Stereo Speakers
  • Color: White
  • Dimensions (mm): 80 x 198 x 146; Wight: 955g
  • 1-Year warranty
Pricing and availability

The Portronics Beem 420 Portable Projector is currently priced at Rs. 12,999 but is being offered at a special launch price of Rs. 11,999.

It comes with a 12-month warranty and is available for purchase on Portronics.com, Amazon.in, Flipkart.com, and various online and offline stores throughout India, starting today.