LG has been pumping out devices ever since it departed from the smartphone market last year. The company just recently announced its new LG CineBeam HU715Q Short Throw projector with a lot of bells and whistles. One thing about this projector is that it can sit only inches from the wall.
The LG CineBeam HU715Q Short Throw projector doesn’t need much space from the wall
LG’s internet partnership with Samsung for battery technology, launched its CLOi service robots, and is making gains in the electronic vehicle world. Clearly, it’s more than just a smartphone company.
One of the new devices to come from the company is the LG CineBeam HU715Q Short Throw projector. This is a large projector with a large price to match. However, it really justifies its price.
Most projectors are required to be across the room to project a large enough image. With the CineBeam Short Throw projector, that’s not necessary. The device is able to project a 100-inch screen while being only 22cm (just over 8.7 in) from the wall. Allowing you to easily place the projector right in front of the wall where the TV would normally sit.
This is great because it eliminates the issue of people and objects getting in the way of the screen. No more annoying incidents with people making shadow puppets over your movie.
You can expect a great picture
The fact that the CineBeam Short Throw Projector sits so close to the wall means that the picture should remain bright and vibrant. It has a 4K resolution, and it’s compatible with HDR. The HDR works along with a Dynamic Tone Mapper to deliver superior visuals.
Also, the 2,500 ANSI lumens brightness will ensure that you can watch your content during the day. You won’t have to worry about the sun washing out the picture.
This projector has some really neat features.
There are several different connectivity options with this projector to ensure that you get a full-fledged media experience. There are three HDMI ports on the projector and one of them supports eARC technology.
LG’s software, WebOS, will give you access to the main streaming services like Disney+, Amazon Prime Video, Peacock, and many more. Along with those features, the projector is compatible with Apple AirPlay 2 and HomeKit. As for audio, the CineBeam Short Throw projector offers 2.2 channel stereo speakers with a total output of 40Watts.
This is a premium projector with a premium price.
If you want to get your hands on the LG CineBeam Short Throw projector, it will definitely cost you a pretty penny. In America, this will retail for $2,9999.99. It’s not cheap, but if you can spend the money, it should definitely be worth it.