Short throw projectors have become increasingly popular in recent years, and LG’s flagship model is one of many options that factor into the gadget’s meteoric rise. The Seoul-bred gadgeteer’s flagship CineBeam has served as an immaculate choice to make in this field, and its latest addition to the product family makes things all the more lively.
The HU915QE is designed with cinephiles in mind. It boasts a lamp life of up to 20,000 hours and crystal-clear 4K resolution capabilities powered by 3,700 ANSI lumens and a 2,000,000:1 contrast ratio. As a result of that, this new short throw projector can display gargantuan 120-inch visuals from just over 18 centimeters away. Thanks to the manufacturer’s proprietary HDR Dynamic Tone Mapping, the device automatically adjusts itself based on each frame’s brightness levels, resulting in an optimized visual prowess that practically has a mind of its own.
For the sake of seamless streaming, the Bluetooth-compatible device comes with LG’s built-in smart platform that allows you to choose from a variety of popular services. Above all else, these eye-popping specs are housed in a chic, sustainably designed casing that is crafted from 45% recycled wool. This incredible design comes courtesy of Kvadrat, an esteemed Danish design firm with international showrooms.
There’s no official date as to when we can expect this to hit the market, but LG says that the new high-end 4K projector should come about at some point in 2022’s first half. You can preorder it now at B&H Photo for $5,997.
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