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05 January 2018, 01:17 | Harold Aguilar
Consumer Electronics giant LG has confirmed that it will introduce its first-ever 4K UHD projector, dubbed as HU80KA at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2018, to be held at Las Vegas.
It doesn't look like a conventional projector. It's a 4K UHD projector with the name HU80KA.
LG Electronics is committing to expanding its competitiveness in 4K UHD home projectors with the HU80K series, its first 4K UHD 1 projector, the recipient of CES' Best of Innovation award for delivering ultra-sharp video and a home cinema experience in a compact, lovely design. The company promises superb cinematic experiences thanks to its excellent 4K picture quality and portability, enabling users to create a true movie environment in any room of the house. Considering the LG Full HD projectors top out at 2,000 lumens that's an impressive jump up for this beast of a unit. Unlike many 4K projectors this one is super portable allowing you to put a 150-inch screen on any wall you like. That allows the projector to show ideal images no matter where it is placed. Aside from being 4K-capable projector, the device also has support for HDR 10, making it capable of giving the users incredible viewing experiences.
LG has designed the HU80KA to be a portable, upright projector, which is actually unique and it was made possible by its mirrorless I-shaped engine. The projector can be kept on the floor, mounted to a wall, or simply hung from the ceiling, and perform equally well, regardless of the position. Audio output options include optical, HDMI, and Bluetooth.
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