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LG HU80KA 4K UHD Projecter All Set for CES 2018 Debut

Consumer Electronics giant LG has confirmed that it will introduce its first-ever 4K UHD projector, dubbed as HU80KA at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2018, to be held at Las Vegas.

The new projector can create a 150-inch screen at 2400 lumens, making it the brightest projector by LG. It can also support HDR content for a complete cinematic experience at the comfort of your home. The portable size of the projector and its unique upright position has been made possible by its in-built mirrorless I-shaped engine that enables it to project correct images whether it is placed on the floor, wall mounted or hanged from the ceiling.

The 4K UHD projector also comes with two powerful 7W speakers that can deliver really good sound output. An external speaker or a sound bar can also be easily connected to the projector using the optical output option, HDMI or wirelessly through Bluetooth for a better sound experience. It is also preloaded with WebOS 3.5 Smart TV interface,  that allows users to access popular online streaming services.  The connectivity options include the standard ports for USB, Ethernet and HDMI and also offer wireless support for external devices like a keyboard and mouse.

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The new projector in action

With a convenient carry handle and Auto Cord feature, the users can install the 4K UHD projector very easily and virtually anywhere in the house. There is also a unique mirror reflector that acts as a lens cover to protect the device from dust and moisture when not in use.

The entire lineup of LG’s  2018 projectors will be on display at the Las Vegas Convention Centre from January 9 to 12 during CES 2018. LG will also display the latest version of its portable and convenient MiniBeam Projector (Model PF 50K) featuring WebOS 3.5 and full HD resolution.

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