CES 2019: LG cinebeam laser casts 120-inch 4K screen from inches away

CES 2019: LG cinebeam laser casts 120-inch 4K screen from inches away

a year since they launched their first 4K projector, LG is set to debut the ‘cinebeam laser’ 4K projector with ultra short throw technology at CES 2019. the second-generation model brings even more stunning image quality into an even more compact design, which requires minimal space.

CES 2019: LG cinebeam laser casts 120-inch 4K screen from inches away
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the LG ‘cinebeam laser’ 4K projector casts bright, clear and accurately colorful UHD resolution images on any flat surfaces. placed just a little more than two inches from the wall, it will project a 90-inch diagonal image. placed seven inches away and it will produce a 120-inch image instead. easy to move and adjust, the device will deliver a truly cinematic experience where ever you position it.

CES 2019: LG cinebeam laser casts 120-inch 4K screen from inches away



paired with image quality, LG’s project also provides plenty of content possibilities. movies and shows can be streamed while USB, ethernet and HDMI ensures even more connectivity choices. embedded with AI, users can control the device with voice commands. a magic remote can also be spoken to, as well as being able to recognize gestures and feature backlit buttons.



project info:


model: HU85L

manufacturer: LG

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