LG to showcase its first ever 4K projector at CES 2018

Avatar Written by Basit Anwar · 52 sec read>

The South Korean manufacturer, LG is expanding its reach in CES with a number of products getting ready to be showcased. LG is preparing to show its first 4K projector along with 88-inches 8K OLED display on CES 2018.

As we reported earlier that the South Korean giant has prepared many devices on board for CES 2018. Amongst them, comes the most advanced processor “Alpha 9” for OLED TVs. This is an artificial intelligence processor that can help to make the TV much smarter.

Whereas, the 4K UHD projector model HU80KA is a compact device that doesn’t look like its peer devices. LG has announced today that this 4K projector has ultra sharp video transmitted by a smaller device than other projectors in the market.

LG 4K projector creates a 150-inch screen on the wall. This projector is a portable device that has a mirrorless I-shaped engine, which allows the user to simply place it on the floor or hang it on the ceiling.

This 4K projector is a high spec model that has 2500 lumens to create a huge screen on the wall. It supports the HDR video (HDR10). For audio, there is a pack of two 7W speakers that can give a user loud and clear sounds. It can be easily connected to an external speaker via Bluetooth, HDMI or optical output.

So far, LG hasn’t revealed further specifications and price of the projector. Whereas, the specs and price will certainly be disclosed on the CES 2018 in Vegas.