Among the new projectors is the brand's first 4K UHD projector HU80kA that does not look like its peers. In addition, the tech company has included a carrying handle, which makes the projector easier to hold and carry around. Aside from being 4K-capable projector, the device also has support for HDR 10, making it capable of giving the users incredible viewing experiences.
At 2,500 lumens, LG claims the HU80KA is the company's brightest projector yet, beating its regular HD projectors by 25 percent. This model is actually half the size of competing 4K-capable projectors on the market, and while pricing hasn't been announced, LG does say that it'll be "affordable".
Moreover, LG Electronics has designed the HU80KA to be a portable, upright and projector. Of course what would a "cinematic experience" be without some great sound. This is actually exceptional and was made conceivable by its mirrorless I-shaped engine. In terms of audio performance, the LG HU80KA projector features two 7W speakers. However, they are also supposed to provide the best resolution, picture clarity and ability to project large images on to any wall. The projector has a portable form factor with the mirrorless I-shaped engine that lets it do the task it is meant to even if you place it on the floor or hang it from the ceiling.
Aside from the above-mentioned features, the HU80KA also sports an Auto Cord, which allows the cable to rapidly wind up. LG hasn't mentioned a price or release date at this stage but judging from Sony's 4K short-throw USTP projector bar, which took a while to be released and cost around £32,000, we're not expecting this LG version to be one for everybody. As far as content goes, customers won't have any issues finding anything to watch. It can also play media files off a USB drive and you can even use the USB ports to connect an external keyboard and mouse. The company will showcase its 2018 projector lineup at the CES 2018.