South Korean multinational electronics company LG has introduced its LG CineBeam 4K Laser projector (HU810PW) a couple of months back at the IFA. Now it has started to roll out the projector in South Korea. The new projector supports 4K (3,840×2,160) UHD resolution with a 2000000:1 contrast ratio, brightness of 2700 ANSI-Lumen and meets 97% DCI-P3 colour gamut. The screen size is adjustable from 40 inches which is about 1 meter diagonally to 300 inches which is about 7.62 meters diagonally so it can be used in various spaces.
As per LG, the projector has a light source lifespan of 20000 hours. It comes equipped with LG’s new Adaptive Picture Pro technology and Iris mode with two presets options i.e. Bright Room Mode and Dark Room Mode. This basically delivers the best possible picture by analysing the amount of light in the room.
Moreover, it has support for HDR10, HLG, Dynamic Tone Mapping, and Real Cinema Mode and TruMotion Mode. As per LG, with these two new modes at 24Hz, the projector can adjust the frame rate of the projected image to match the original source to display the movies as originally intended by their directors.
The projector has various connectivity features including HDMI 2.1 port and also it supports various wireless connection functions like Wireless Speaker & Audio and Bluetooth as well as screen sharing including Apple AirPlay 2. The LG CineBeam projector runs on LG’s webOS 5.0 platform with support for quick access to popular apps which includes YouTube and Disney+. The new LG Cinebeam Laser 4K projector (HU810PW) is made available for purchase in South Korea at price tag of 3.79 million won which is equal to US$3400 or approx. Rs. 2,51,500.