LG's First 4K Projector - Insight Trending

LG declared that it was entering the 4K projector space at CES prior this year with the HU80KA, a little, box-sized projector that can yield a 150-inch picture at up to 2,500 Lumens of brightness.


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In any case, in the event that you need to lift one up, it won't be cheap:the model will set you back $3,000.
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The device doesn't look like the vast majority of its associates with its upright plan and a cover that opens when you need to utilize it. However, LG went for that look deliberately to make the projector substantially less demanding to carry and utilize.


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Other features include HDR support, two 7W speakers, wireless connection for external devices, also USB, Ethernet and HDMI port, optical audio, HDMI, and Bluetooth.. Not withstanding being LG's initial 4K projector, it's additionally the brand's brightest yet at 2,500 Lumens. The Korean organization's different projectors top out at 2,000 Lumens.

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The HU80KA also runs LG’s webOS smart TV software, just like its other 4K screens, so you’ll have easy access to all your streaming platforms. 


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In the event that $3,000 appears like excessively cash to spend on a projector, there are a lot of other (less expensive) choices out there. For a large portion of the cost, you can catch BenQ's $1,500 TK800, which is likewise brighter than LG's alternative at 3,000 Lumens, in spite of the fact that you'll be passing up a major opportunity for the more snazzy plan offered by LG's model.

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