LG CineBeam HU85L 4K Laser Projector

Dec 26, 2018

Category: Tech

LG’s first-generation CineBeam 4K projector brought the movie theater to your home and now they’re giving it an upgrade for a more convenient, immersive experience. The new CineBeam 4K HU85L Laser Projector improves upon its predecessor in every way to help you dive into your favorite flicks.

What stands out the most about LG’s new projector is its Ultra Short Throw (UST) technology, which allows it to project a 90-inch screen from only two inches away from your wall. You can even move back seven inches away from your projecting surface for a larger 120-inch screen. The new 4K projector will also feature 2,500 ANSI lumens of brightness, as well as 4K UHD resolution. And, just like their recent LG products, the HU85L will support LG’s ThinQ AI to provide smart suggestions, voice commands, and various built-in apps. There’s no word on price yet, but LG should be rolling out with all the information soon.

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