LG Electronics have just unveiled a new cinema projector earlier this week. The new projector from the South Korean electronic manufacturer comes with bring the cinema experience home amid a global pandemic, which has caused people to stay indoors.
The latest model is within the LG CineBeam Laser 4K series and is called the HU810PW. It is equipped with a triple image adjustment feature that offers users multiple installation options, as per official notes. Through its lens, the projector can create a rectangular screen regardless of its position in the room, be it at a corner or at an oblique angle.
LG CineBeam Laser 4K HU810PW Specs and Feature
The horizontal and vertical lens can shift and the screen can also be enlarged to a maximum zoom ratio of 1.6 times, which allows for easier alignment of the image being displayed. As the name suggests, the projector supports 4K resolution to up to 300 inches with a maximum brightness of 2,700 ANSI lumens. The gadget also sports an Iris mode that can detect the amount of light in the room and adjust the brightness accordingly to deliver optimal contrast with each frame.
The LG CineBeam Laser 4K HU810PW runs on the LG webOS platform and is also compatible with popular streaming services. This includes Netflix, YouTube and other online portals as long as an internet connection is available to the user. So for those missing the cinema theaters, this device might offer you such an experience without leaving the comfort of your homes.
The price of the new device is 3.79 million won (or roughly 3,400 US Dollars).