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LG’s new 4K projector will give we 150-inches of shade from a petite tower

Considering a standard sizes of many TVs, we’d disagree that a significance of 4K is delegate to other developments like HDR, Wide Color Gamut, and 10-bit Color – yet a same can frequency be pronounced of LG’s new 4K projector. 

With a limit shade distance of 150-inches, you’re going to be grateful for each singular one of 4K’s 8 million and pixels. 

That’s not to contend that a LG HU80KA projector should onslaught with HDR interjection to a 2,500 lumens of light output. We’ll have to check it out in chairman to know either this large rise light outlay is matched by decent black turn opening to finish a HDR experience. 

Towering above a competition

While other 4K projectors are brief and squat, a HU80KA is a most taller building that appears to be designed to lay directly on a building rather than on a  table or stand. 

LG is also claiming that a projector can be roof mounted, yet we’re struggling to work out accurately how we could do so while easy a height. 

It’s positively eye-catching, yet a marketplace for 4K projectors is removing flattering swarming with a likes of a Optoma UHD60 carrying recently released, and BenQ’s HT2550 rising soon. 

LG will have a tough pursuit on a hands if it wants to remonstrate people to let a soaring projector into their homes over a increasingly compress competition. 

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