Love the idea of watching movies in 4K but have no desire to deal with cumbersome LED display? Well, then look forward to LG HU80K series 4K UHD home projectors, the first 4K UHD projector from the South Korea electronic giant that touts versatility in placement and portability, and it also happens to be the recipient of CE’ Best of Innovation award. With the LG HU80K series 4K UHD home projectors, LG broke new ground by introducing a 4K-capable projector that is just half the size of comping 4K projectors, while not sacrificing image quality and perhaps, most importantly, it will be “easier on the wallet.” Though, how much easier, it is not known at this point.
LG HU80K series 4K UHD home projector also stands out us one takes on a versatile and rather unconventional design. For starter, it is portable, complete with handle for you to lug around, and designed to stand upright. The upright design is achieved through the use of mirrorless I-shaped engine which LG said allows the projector “to show perfect images whether it’s placed on the floor, mounted on the wall, or hanging from the ceiling.” In addition, the Mirror Reflector also doubles as a lens cover to keep dust away from the projector when not in use.
Aesthetic and intuitive design aside, the LG HU80K series 4K UHD home projector offers up to 150-inch of screen at a blinding 2,500 lumens – the brightest projector from the electronic giant yet – and it is totally capable of supporting HDR content (HDR 10) and it comes equipped with a pair of 7W speakers to complete the true cinematic experience. Finally, the package is round up by LG’s webOS 3.5 smart TV interface that affords you access to popular online streaming services offering 4K contents and a host of connectivity options, including USB, Ethernet, as well as HDMI, in addition to wireless support for external input devices such as keyboard and mouse.
You will be able to see the LG HU80K series 4K UHD home projector in its full glory, along with the newest version of LG’s portable PF50K MiniBeam Projector, as well as LG’s entire 2018 projector lineup at LG’s booth at CES in Las Vegas from January 9 through to the 12th.
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