Asus ZenBeam Latte L1 Is The Projector At Once Bluetooth Speaker Intangible Unique
Design chic Asus ZenBeam Latte L1 ideal to be placed in the office or at home, whether it is for work or entertainment
The projector does not always have to be tangible boring. Asus evidenced this via the projector named ZenBeam Latte L1 here. First introduced at the CES 2021 in January, its shape looks more like a Bluetooth speaker than a tool that can project images onto the wall.
Naming itself is not a coincidence. The design is like a cup of coffee, with dimensions 131 x 90 x 90 mm and a weight of no more than 585 grams. Asus was quite proud that the ZenBeam Latte L1 is the first and only projector manufacturer in the world with an outer layer made from fabric. In addition to helping improve air circulation, fabric lining can also help you enhance the acoustic sound.
In his teeny, Asus forget to instill a pair of speakers certified by Harman Kardon with a total output of 10 W. To optimize the user experience further, Asus also includes three preset audio to support three different scenarios: watching movies, listening to music, or play games.
It would help if you did not underestimate the ability of the projection. Asus ZenBeam Latte L1 can project images HD resolution (720p) measuring 40 inches from a distance of 1 meter, up to 120 inches from a distance of 3.2 meters, with the level of the maximum brightness of 300 lumens. The source was free because, in addition to the package, the HDMI port, ZenBeam Latte L1, also supports mirroring wirelessly from your Android device, iOS, and macOS.
Streaming directly from the various services is also possible thanks to the ecosystem of applications available on the platform Aptoide TV. The device is also equipped with remote control for easy navigation. In a single charge, ZenBeam Latte L1 can operate for 3 hours (in Eco mode) if it's just used as a Bluetooth speaker, battery lasting up to 12 hours of usage.
Asus has not elaborated when ZenBeam Latte L1 will be available in Kenya and how much they cost. As a reference, in the United States, the price is pegged at $399 (± 42,972.30 Kenyan Shilling).