Whether you're a film buff, an avid gamer or are simply looking for new ways to keep yourself – and the kids – entertained this summer, the release of the Kodak Luma couldn't have come at a better time.
Picture it now: a warm summer's evening spent in the garden, G&T in hand, watching your favourite film outdoor-cinema-style – we predict that Toy Story 4 and Avengers: Endgame will be popular movies this summer – or gaming to your heart's content. And when the winter rolls around? Enjoy the same set up, but indoors.
Find out everything you need to know about the Kodak Luma – the latest 4K projector from Kodak – below. Then, head over to The Hub, our home page for all things technology.
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So, what is the Kodak Luma 350? Put simply, it's a compact projector that allows users to establish their own cinema setup from the comfort of their own home.
So, whether you're kitting out a home cinema room, have joined the revolution of people living without a TV, but want to enjoy a film with friends from time to time, or like the idea of starting an al fresco film club with your loved ones this summer, it certainly fits the bill.
Here's everything it has to offer:
Despite its compact deign, this handy projector promises the ability to stream clear images and videos in 4K, wherever you are, making it perfect for the more spontaneous amongst us. Plus, you can stream directly from platforms such as Netflix, YouTube and Vimeo.
Access wireless hotspots
Designed to be used wherever, whenever, Kodak have designed the Luma 350 to connect to a network of wireless Android OS hotspots. So it's easy to stream, pitch, or game, wherever you are.
View files with ease
Plus, USB, WiFi, Bluetooth and HDMI connections make it easier than ever to project files from your computer, smartphone or tablet, within a matter of moments, thanks to screen mirroring.
Those of us who are design focused will also be pleased to know that this model is sleek and minimal, meaning it won't be an eyesore, should you choose to make it a more permanent feature within your home.
Looking for something a little more slimline? The Kodak Luma 150 could be the model for you.