Ahead of CES 2018 back in January, LG unveiled a 4K HDR projector that’s the first product of its kind from the company. LG revealed back then that the projector can project 4K resolution on a surface that can go as high as 150 inches. This means that users can effectively cover their entire wall with 4K resolution content. The company has now confirmed that its first 4K projector will be available for purchase in the United States this week.
LG’s CineBeam projector is going to be available for purchase from retailers starting this week. Not only is it the first projector of its kind from the company, it also happens to be the most expensive projector that LG is now selling, give that it costs $3,000.
It doesn’t look like a conventional projector as the CineBeam has an upright design. The top lid opens when you want to project an image on a surface. LG opted for this look because it wanted to make it easier for users to carry the projector with them so they can easily hang it from the ceiling if they want or place it anywhere on the floor.
The projector also features two 7W speakers, HDR support, wireless connection for external devices, HDMI, Ethernet, and USB ports. Retailers, where this projector will be available for purchase, have been mentioned on LG’s website.