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The HU810P is an ultrabright home theater projector that costs $3,000.
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LG has introduced a new high-end projector for home theater enthusiasts: the new 4K CineBeam HU810P. This laser projector is designed, according to LG, to provide ‘an authentic movie theater experience’ at home, a particularly welcomed effort in light of the continued theater closures in many places. Among other things, the projector can adapt to the ambient lighting in the … Continue reading
The next iteration of LG's CineBeam projector is here, with a confirmed price tag of $2,999 (around £2,00 / AU$3,900).
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At CES 2021, we're seeing the first crop of HDMI 2.1-enabled gaming monitors. They're meant to work for the new consoles as well as for PC gaming.
Here’s Asus’ big XG43UQ. | Image: Asus
We covered Asus’ announcement of the 32-inch ROG Swift PG32UQ earlier this week as part of CES 2021, but the company waited until now to reveal more monitors that have HDMI 2.1 ports.
Basically, these are the screens you want if you have a high-end PC, a PS5, or an Xbox Series X so you can see your gameplay in 4K resolution at up to 120 frames per second. They’re a big deal if you really want to let your hardware rip, which is why we’ve been closely covering monitors and TVs with the requisite HDMI 2.1 ports required to achieve that high-end resolution and performance balance.
Starting with what will likely be the most expensive option (though Asus hasn’t shared a price), the 43-inch ROG Strix XG43UQ is shown above. This model has a 4K...
LG has unveiled three new gaming monitors as part of its CES 2021 announcements, following its introduction of a new flagship entry in its UltraFine series earlier this week. The new batch of displays includes a model refresh on LG’s 27GN950 gaming monitor with HDMI 2.1 support, a 32-inch 1440p display, and a 34-inch 1440p ultrawide monitor.
The LG UltraGear 27GP950 is a 27-inch 4K gaming monitor, which uses a Nano IPS panel and supports a rapid refresh rate of 144Hz, though LG says it does offer 160Hz through overclocking. It also supports an HDMI 2.1 and variable refresh rate, allowing gamers to experience 4K gaming on both PC and consoles at a 120Hz refresh rate, which could be appealing to new owners of the PlayStation 5 or Xbox...
The HU810P includes support for AirPlay 2 and other streaming standards. | Image: LG
LG’s HU810P is a new $2,999 4K laser projector which supports Apple’s AirPlay 2 standard and runs webOS 5.0. It’ll be available worldwide on January 18th. The projector was originally announced in August, AVSForum previously reported.
According to LG, the HU810P is able to generate a screen as big as 300 inches corner to corner, and it offers 2,700 ANSI lumens of brightness. It supports the HDR10 and HLG HDR standards, and it’s able to adjust its picture depending on the content you’re watching or the room in which you’re watching it. For example, it has Bright Room and Dark Room modes that can detect the amount of ambient light in a room and adjust its picture accordingly, and it’s also able to adjust its frame rate to 24Hz for films....
Asus has unveiled an HDMI 2.1 monitor at CES 2021 that will take full advantage of the PS5 and Xbox Series X hardware.
Whether it's gaming monitors or massive ultrawide work displays, these are the best monitors announced at CES 2021.