Published: Sat, January 06, 2018
Sci-tech | By Javier West

Say Hello To LG's Most Affordable 4K HDR Projector

Say Hello To LG's Most Affordable 4K HDR Projector

Among the new projectors is the brand's first 4K UHD projector HU80kA that does not look like its peers.

The LG HU80KA projector, according to Android Headlines, offers a cinematic experience apart from its 4K picture quality and being portable. 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.

Debuting at the CES technology show in Las Vegas next week, the HU80KA projector serves up an Ultra HD image (also known as 4K) and supports HDR (high dynamic range) video for increased contrast.

At 2,500 lumens, LG claims the HU80KA is the company's brightest projector yet, beating its regular HD projectors by 25 percent. Billed as half the size of competing 4K projectors, it weighs 14.3 pounds. Giving you an incredible viewing experience. It sits upright like a pillar, a design that comes from its "mirrorless I-shaped engine". Thanks to two 7W speakers there should be enough audio oomph to enjoy this anywhere. That allows the projector to show flawless images no matter where it is placed. External speakers or a sound bar can also be easily connected via optical output, HDMI or wirelessly through Bluetooth for enhanced audio performance. It can even be hung from the ceiling as well, besides the usual provision to position it on a table or on the floor. LG has included a carrying handle, making it easier to hold and carry the projector around. While they are "heavy, expensive, and hard to install", according to the company, the HU80KA is the opposite of all these.

With the announcement of the LG HU80KA, LG did not mention any pricing or availability for this projector. 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. This projector has other connectivity options like USB, Ethernet, and HDMI ports. Which means it won't be coming out anytime soon.

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