LG to showcase its first ever 4K projector at CES 2018

Adjust Comment Print

With a maximum screen size of 150-inches, you're going to be thankful for every single one of 4K's 8 million plus pixels. The HU80KA is a pretty impressive projector from LG, as the company had looked to solve some of the issues with other high-end projectors, which included difficulty in installing it.

LG engineers and designers downsized the 4K UHD projector without sacrificing image quality. 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.

Apart from providing the highest resolution that you could expect in any product these days, the device also supports HDR video with HDR10 technology. Giving you an incredible viewing experience. For audio, there is a pack of two 7W speakers that can give a user loud and clear sounds.

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. Whether that be on the floor or mounted from the ceiling. Also there is the Auto Cord feature, allowing the cable to quickly wind up so that it makes moving the projector even easier.

Injured In Bronx, NY Apartment Building Fire
The fire is believed to have started in the Beverly Hills Furniture store on the street level of the four-floor building. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio called it the worst fire tragedy the city has seen in a quarter century.


The LG HU80KA, as it's called, is portable enough to be lifted by the handle and placed anywhere.

Oh, and it runs webOS just like LG's TV lineup so it's got most of the big streaming apps integrated out of the box. The device comes equipped with standard connectivity options for USB, Ethernet and HDMI ports, as well as wireless support for external devices such as a keyboard and mouse, offering endless access to high-quality content.

LG isn't yet sharing the HU80KA's pricing, but that's par for the course with home theater announcements at CES. Which means it won't be coming out anytime soon.

The South Korean manufacturer, LG is expanding its reach in CES with a number of products getting ready to be showcased.

Comments