ASUS ZenBeam Latte L1: The new coffee cup-sized LED projector

ASUS ZenBeam Latte L1
ASUS ZenBeam Latte L1

Projectors have evolved a lot in recent years. From being very bulky, and often noisy, heavy and expensive, they have become portable and affordable. A new example today: ASUS ZenBeam Latte L1.

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Projectors are a very interesting solution to the conventional TV set. Most often used completely in a living room, there are now “pocket” models, so to speak, whose primary purpose is to be carried with you so that you can enjoy them wherever you are, as long as you have a projection surface, of course. Here is a new reference in this segment at ASUS, the ZenBeam Latte L1.

ASUS unveils ZenBeam Latte L1

One advantage of projectors over TVs is that they don’t necessarily pollute your room like the black slab – turned off – of a conventional TV inevitably does. The device can be discreet in the room and the projection surface can easily be hidden if it is a canvas, or even be completely invisible if projected directly onto a wall. Some projectors also have the luxury of being portable, allowing you to project photos and videos wherever you are.

Coffee cup-sized LED projector

If you are looking for such a projector, you might be interested to know that ASUS has just unveiled the ZenBeam Latte L1 which, as the name suggests, is a portable LED projector that is about the size of a coffee cup. In other words, it is very easily transportable. Just slip it into a bag and you’re done.

Built-in speakers

The projector also has built-in speakers, Harman Kardon speakers in addition, capable of delivering up to 10W of power. ASUS says its projector offers a maximum brightness of 300 lumens and a diagonal between 40 and 120 inches. The included battery provides 3 hours of video and up to 12 hours of audio.

Price of the ZenBeam Latte L1

ASUS has not yet provided pricing information for the ZenBeam Latte L1, but it is expected that the projector will enter the North American market in the second quarter of 2021. Hopefully, it will be available in North America in the near future.


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