The latest device presented by the brand allows in particular to automatically adapt to the ambient light of your room to optimize its image.
In addition to its many screens presented at CES 2021, the LG brand also has some nice gadgets in reserve. This is particularly the case with the new CineBeam HU810P 4K presented a few days ago. Capable of projecting 4K images at up to 2,700 lumens and lasting up to 20,000 hours thanks to its laser sensor, the device covers 97% of the DCI-P3 color space, and should be able to offer “A real cinematographic environment” depending on the brand. Cinema lovers can also enjoy l’option Real Cinema, to display their movies at 24 frames per second. To perfect the immersion of its users, the projector also has an Adaptive Picture Pro feature, capable of automatically detecting the brightness of a room to best adapt its display in terms of brightness and contrast.
Featuring an HDMI 2.1 port, LG’s new CineBeam also supports HDR10 and HLG HDR modes. However, and like many projectors currently on the market, the device will not be compatible with HDR10 +. Equipped with webOS 5.0 (which is not the latest version of the OS presented by LG on certain new televisions), the projector will obviously support your favorite 4K streaming services such as Netflix or even Disney +. Enough to enjoy Soul, the latest Pixar animated film as if you were in the cinema. Expected for January 18, in just a few days, the CineBeam will start at $ 2,999, i.e. € 2,473. Unlike the Asus ZenBeam Latte, announced a little earlier, this new projector will be intended more for everyday use.
Disney + is available from 6.99 euros per month
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