LG HU80KA 4K UHD Projector

Jan 8, 2018

Category: Tech

Slimmer and wider. That has been the trend in High Definition television sets for a long time now. So maybe we shouldn’t be all too surprised that one of the biggest announcements at CES 2018 is something without a screen at all. Introducing LG’s 4K UHD Projector.

This portable device is designed to project a 150-inch ultra HD image at 2,500 lumens onto a blank wall or screen. In addition to producing an incredibly high resolution picture, the projector also comes with HDR10 compatibility, and 7W speakers for filling your room with sound. Subscribed to a bunch of streaming services? No worries. LG’s webOS smart TV interface allows users to stream movies and shows from all Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu. Why bother with an actual TV when you can just use a blank wall?

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