LG’s latest 4K laser projector comes at a hefty price at $2,999 (RM12130.95), but it comes with several useful features that will enhance user viewing experience.
This LG 4K laser projector promises real 4K UHD
The HU810P not only pushes 4K UHD resolution but also offers up to 300-inch of projection screen size. It has 2,700 ANSI Lumens and 2,000,000:1 contrast ratio that is paired with Adaptive Contrast to offer brighter and higher contrast visuals. It also has an Iris mode that lets users adjust the aperture depending on the viewing environment and a filmmaker mode that turns of video processing settings to offer the original film quality.
It also supports voice assistants, screen sharing and streaming apps
As the 4K projector runs on WebOS 5.0, it supports many streaming services including Disney Plus, Netflix, Hulu and YouTube. Just like the LUMOS Auro projector that we’ve reviewed, the HU810p also features Miracast for Android users — iOS users can do it via AirPlay, LG also included the Magic Remote, App Store and built-in voice recognition that works with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa.
The LG HU810P 4K laser projector will be available worldwide on January 18, 2021.