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LG CineBeam .. LG 4K laser projector

 


 

LG has announced the latest 4K projector called LG CineBeam HU810P, which costs $3,000 and supports Apple's AirPlay 2 standard and runs webOS 5.0.

The device is supposed to be available worldwide on January 18, and according to LG, LG CineBeam HU810P is capable of creating a 300-inch screen from angle to corner, providing a brightness of 2,700 candles per square meter.

The device supports HDR10 and HLG HDR standards, and can edit its image depending on the content you're watching or the room you're watching.

This projector targets the home entertainment market and LG says it includes Iris mode, which offers Bright Room Mode and Dark Room Mode, and the company says this projector can create a custom home theater.

Bright Room and Dark Room detect the amount of ambient light in the room and adjust the image accordingly.

The device is also capable of adjusting the frame rate to 24 Hz for movies, and its laser light source has been classified for 20,000 hours of use.

There is Auto Calibration II, which LG says gives results that were previously possible only with professional image calibration.

An important asset for the monitor is lens displacement and zoom, allowing you to match the projector's image with the screen without changing the digital deviation scale.

This projector supports WiSA technology for low-time, reliable surround sound, and has intelligent features built-in so it can broadcast on its own.

WebOS 5.0 means that the monitor supports a number of streaming services locally, including Disney Plus, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, YouTube, and Hulu, and there is also Miracast support for streaming from compatible devices. 

Otherwise, there are three HDMI ports in total, one HDMI 2.1, and the eARC monitor supports high-quality audio, can stream audio using Bluetooth, and is equipped with Google Assistant and Amazon Assistant.

LG released its first 4K projector in 2018 and released a short-range model that works even if you put it inches away from the display surface.

Jang Ik-hwan, Senior Vice President and Head of IT Business at LG Electronics Solutions, said the new projector works equally well with bright or dark scenes, raises image quality, enhances viewing experience to a whole new level, and there is currently no other similar product on the market today, a testament to how LG continues to deliver innovations that will improve life.

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