The Light Bulb that Could Replace TV

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Beam Labs has created a new invention that could completely replace the TV for the average person. During the IFA 2016 gadget show, the technology company presented Beam, a projector the size of a light bulb that would be able to project video onto any given flat surface. Beam can be plugged into a light socket or used with a more conventional power cord. Beam is Bluetooth activated, which means that you can use your iOS or Android devices to stream your favorite videos and apps onto any surface. It also features a built-in speaker, alarm clock, and calendar. The projector may even be used with other speakers to provide a better listening experience. According to CEO & co-founder Don Molenaar, “It can be used to replace a TV, but Beam is designed to integrate video into other places inside the home like above the dinner table. We see a lot of social uses, too, like sharing pictures and video friends on walls using AirPlay or Miracast.” . If you’re interested in this product, Beam costs $549.

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