LG HU80KA 4K UHD projector to debut at CES 2018

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With the global 4K projector market expected to grow rapidly, LG is confident that its leadership in the LED projector segment can be repeated in the 4K projector segment as well. The key feature about the HU80KA is that it has the ability to display a 150-inch picture in any room of your house.

As such the LG UHD projector offers an eye squinting 2,500 lumens of brightness.

LG doesn't go into specifics about how compact the HU80KA is, only to say it as portable and about half the size of its competitors. What's more, the LG 4K UHD projector also supports HDR content (HDR 10) for an eye-popping cinematic experience in the home. The company is launching its first 4K UHD projector HU80K series which company claims to be half the size of other 4K projectors available, Which are expensive, heavy and hard to install. There are two 7-watt speakers built into the projector which would be fine for casual watching but if you want the immersion, it is recommended that you hook the projector up to an external speaker system via optical, HDMI or Bluetooth.

Users have the option to hang the projector to the ceiling or simply place it on the floor.

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The HU80KA projector also sports a convenient tower shape which LG said can be placed just about anywhere to project content on to a suitable surface. In addition, the tech company has included a carrying handle, which makes the projector easier to hold and carry around.

LG isn't yet sharing the HU80KA's pricing, but that's par for the course with home theater announcements at CES. The projector will play media off a USB drive, and also lets you hook up an external keyboard and mouse. LG did mention that it will be on display at its booth during CES next week, so expect more details on this projector in the next few days.

So far, LG hasn't revealed further specifications and price of the projector.

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