LG is confirmed to debut its first ever 4K projector at the Consumers Electronics Show (CES) 2018. Among the new projectors is the brand's first 4K UHD projector HU80kA that does not look like its peers.
Known under the product code HU80KA, the new LG 4K projector is known as the most affordable yet premium UHD projector in the market. It also allows the newest projector from LG to display flawless images no matter where it is positioned. It can project up to a 150-inch display, at 2,500 lumens. On top of that 4K resolution there is also support for HDR meaning a wider range of colours and contrast can be displayed. Of course what would a "cinematic experience" be without some great sound. It comes with two 7W speakers built in, and LG has its WebOS 3.5 installed as the interface to control the projector.
The company hails its mirrorless I-shaped engine technology for being able to attain the compact size and design of the projector. Alternatively, external speakers or a sound bar can be connected via optical output, HDMI or wirelessly through Bluetooth for enhanced audio performance.
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LG says that its the design and build "gives the projector the capability to show ideal images whether it is placed on the ground, mounted on the wall or hanging from the ceiling".
Aside from the above-mentioned features, the HU80KA also sports an Auto Cord, which allows the cable to rapidly wind up. As far as content goes, customers won't have any issues finding anything to watch. So there are plenty of apps and games available, including all of the big names like Netflix, YouTube, Google Play Movies & TV, and much more.
Models pose with LG Electronics Inc.'s 4K UHD projector in this photo released by the company on January 5, 2018. Which means it won't be coming out anytime soon. The company will showcase its 2018 projector lineup at the CES 2018.