LG's compact portable 4K laser projector comes with a handle

06 January, 2018, 00:31 | Author: Cecelia Webb

With the LG HU80KA, you will get a cinematic experience, from the 4K picture quality, and the projector still being portable.

The new tiny 4K projector is one such project capable of projecting 150-inch screen on any wall in your house.

The LG HU80KA, as it's called, is portable enough to be lifted by the handle and placed anywhere. For reference, some of the "affordable" 4K projectors available today come in slightly under $2,000. On top of that 4K resolution there is also support for HDR meaning a wider range of colours and contrast can be displayed.

This projector also produces incredible sound as the South Korean tech company incorporated two 7W speakers for this device. This is actually exceptional and was made conceivable by its mirrorless I-shaped engine. That allows the projector to show flawless images no matter where it is placed.




Besides being LG's first UHD projector, the LG HU80KA is also the brightness one with 2500 lumens of brightness.

The price of the projector is not yet known, but we might get to see that when it gets officially launched at the CES 2018 event in Las Vegas.

The projector can be positioned on the floor, hung from the ceiling or can be mounted to the wall.

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. The LG HU80KA will arrive pre-installed with LG's own webOS 3.5. 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. Plus it has USB, Ethernet and HDMI support for connectivity as well as wireless support for external devices like keyboard and mouse. Which means it won't be coming out anytime soon. Nevertheless, all the information about this awesome projector is anticipated to be revealed during its announcement at CES 2018.

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