LG Electronics announced their new projector – LG CineBeam LASER 4K HU85L projector. This projector comes with Ultra Short Throw (UST) technology and is compact in size with sharp 4K UHD images projected at 2500 ANSI Lumens. It Seems like it requires a flat surface 2-inches away from any wall.

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LG CineBeam LASER 4K Projector

The CineBeam projector projects images at 90-inches diagonal image away from the wall. As a result, the projector can produce visuals at 120-inches of 4K UHD under 2500 ANSI Lumens. In contrast to that, the Cinebeam projector also offers to stream via USB, Ethernet, and HDMI.


The CineBeam projector also projects 12-point keystone adjustment which further eliminates image distortion. It is also embedded with ThinQ AI (which is also there in LG smartphones) to provide users with comfort to use voice commands. Additionally, there’s Magic Remote provided which enables easy motion navigation.

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The projector placed 2-inches away from the wall for 90-inches diagonal visuals. If placed 7-inches away, we can enjoy 120-inches of the diagonal picture at an amazing 4K resolution.


The LG CineBeam LASER 4K projector will showcase at CES 2019. According to Jang Ik-hwan (head of LG’s IT business division), the CineBeam projector marries 4K visuals with AI technology.

We’ve seen AI technology in most of the devices launching these days. LG has less or no competition at this point which may lead it to great success with their AI projector. Since projectors are rare, we are ought to see how it performs in the market. We hope it performs well.


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