LG Introduces Compact 4K Projector That Can Create 150-inch Screen

Nettie James
January 6, 2018

"LG's 4K UHD projector promises great cinematic experience thanks to its excellent 4K picture quality and portable size, meaning that the movie environment can be created in any room of the house at any time." company said. Rated at 2,500 lumens, the HU80KA certainly has a bright future ahead of it, making it LG's brightest projector so far, matching it up against what's now available in the market today.

LG isn't yet sharing the HU80KA's pricing, but that's par for the course with home theater announcements at CES.

Apart from the 4K resolution, the HU80KA also supports HDR video with HDR10, which is a new high dynamic range format. The company confirmed that it has the capability to make it extremely bright so as to watch the content on a well-litroom, if required. Giving you an incredible viewing experience.

This projector also produces incredible sound as the South Korean tech company incorporated two 7W speakers for this device. The projector's compact design means it can sit on the floor or a shelf, and be mounted on a wall or hung from the ceiling. To add to that, LG also says that the HU80KA is the brightest of their projectors with 2500 lumens of maximum brightness.

Aside from the above-mentioned features, the HU80KA also sports an Auto Cord, which allows the cable to rapidly wind up. While they are "heavy, expensive, and hard to install", according to the company, the HU80KA is the opposite of all these. It also allows the newest projector from LG to display flawless images no matter where it is positioned. The device comes equipped with standard connectivity options for USB, Ethernet and HDMI ports, as well as wireless support for external devices such as a keyboard and mouse, offering endless access to high-quality content. Even though the Consumer Electronics Show is scheduled to kick off on the 7 of January 2018, LG has already unveiled their lineup of Google Assistant powered OLED TVs.

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