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LG unveils 4K laser projector with HomeKit, AirPlay 2 – Homekit News and Reviews

LG unveils 4K laser projector with HomeKit, AirPlay 2 – Homekit News and Reviews

LG unveils 4K laser projector with HomeKit, AirPlay 2 - Homekit News and Reviews

The best Korean electronic device LG unveiled its latest audio-visual device today, in the form LG CineBeam Laser 4K projector (model HU810P). The laser project is, as you can guess from the name, capable of 4K UHD video quality using dual DCI-P3 lasers. It also includes HDR 10 as well as LG’s own HLG Dynamic Auto Tone Mapping Systemand comes with its own webOS interface.

However, what might be more interesting to our readers is that, as with many 4K TVs of the future, CineBeam comes with both HomeKit and AirPlay 2 functionality, which will add to the overall comfort in your smart home, as well as the “Home Cinema” experience.

The CineBeam Laser projector offers, 4K (3,840 x 2,160) resolution to an impressive 300 inches (diagonally) with 2,700 ANSI brightness lumens. In dedicated theaters or in brightly lit living rooms, the projector is able to deliver clear and vibrant images with the new LG Brightness Optimizer technology. Mod Iris offers two presets – Light Room Mode and Dark Room Mode – which detects the amount of light in the room to provide the best possible image, even providing a true cinema environment, if desired. Adaptive contrast automatically adjusts each frame to get the optimal contrast ratio in darker scenes.

For maximum comfort, in addition to AirPlay 2 capability, CineBeam also offers wireless connectivity with home theater audio systems via Bluetooth. When connected via HDMI 2.1 with Enhanced Audio Return Channel (eARC), the projector delivers 4K color 10-bit images with almost lossless audio quality.

As already mentioned, the projector runs the latest LG webOS 5.0 platform for quick access to popular streaming services such as Disney + and YouTube. In addition to Apple AirPlay 2, it also has features Screen sharing, giving viewers the ability to share content from non-Apple smartphones and tablets on a cinematic scale.

is set to be sold worldwide starting January 18 at a fraction below $ 3,000, so it won’t be for the most budget-conscious of us, but it certainly offers a great way to a true Home Cinema experience.