LG’s AN110, A Projector Redesigned


By David Ponce

With the AN110, LG breaks away your ceiling-mounting shackles. It’s a DLP projector that supports HDTV and has a native resolution of 1280 x 768, and a 2500:1 contrast ratio. But most importantly, its design allows you to place it atop a piece of furniture, preferably a shrine of some sort. You can even hang it on a wall! And, yeah, sure, you could always place a regular projector on a tabletop or whatever… but it would pretty much look like a lump of coal on a table.

This looks slick. The only problem is they bothered to include speakers on the thing. Why? They crank out a feeble 29dB.

No clue about price. I say 2,500 Golden Bananas and a teaspoon of love.

Story VIA Mobilewhack.


  1. I don’t think the thing comes with speakers. I think the 29 dB reading is the amount of noise the system generates when on. 29 dB is barely audible, and as a set of speakers would be useless.