Published: Fri, January 05, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Wayne Curry

LG HU80KA 4K UHD Projecter All Set for CES 2018 Debut


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, handsome design. As far as display size goes, it can produce up to a 150-inch image at 2,500 lumens; making this LG's brightest projector ever.

No news on availability or pricing yet for the projector, but we hope to see it in Malaysia soon. In addition to being a 4K-capable projector, it also has support for HDR 10.

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The LG HU80KA projector, according to Android Headlines, offers a cinematic experience apart from its 4K picture quality and being portable. It would work well on any of these mentioned positions.

LG said the new HU80KA projector is at par or excels its competitors while still sporting smaller dimensions. "LG's 4K UHD projector will lead the way in changing how consumers view 4K content in any room in the home, wherever there's an audience". Giving you an incredible viewing experience. Two 7W speakers provide on-board sound, though when you're spending this much on a projector, you'll nearly certainly want to hook it up to a decent home cinema sound system. One of the images here shows that the projector can toss its image even when only a few inches from the wall. Whether that be on the floor or mounted from the ceiling. In fact, LG claims the ease with which the HU80KA projector can be used and installed happens to be the biggest USP of the device. LG HU80KA is roughly half the size of competing 4K projectors. This projector has other connectivity options like USB, Ethernet, and HDMI ports. Which means it won't be coming out anytime soon. Of course we can't speak to its quality based on the renders we're seeing, but LG is expected to demo it at CES 2018 next week, so we'll probably find out more then.

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