4K TVs have been available for some time now, however 4K projectors still aren’t all that commonplace – and those that are available are relatively expensive.
To help combat the idea that every 4K projector needs to cost an arm and a leg, LG recently launched one of the more affordable options in the form of the new LG HU70LA (HU70LS in the UK) CineBeam 4K projector, available for $1,799 (£1,650, around AU$2,900). That’s not exactly cheap, but compared to other native 4K projectors that cost three to five times as much, it’s a downright bargain.
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