Designed to appeal to the lucrative home cinema market, the webOS-powered HU80KA is a 150-inch standalone 4K projector that supports HDR10 – though there’s no mention of support for Dolby Vision. However, the webOS interface means you’ll have integrated access to most popular streaming apps.

There are two 7-watt speakers built-in to the unit, which may or may not be enough to meet your needs, depending on how seriously you take your home entertainment set-up – serious AV buffs might want to consider pairing it with a high-end soundbar or external speakers, should they decide to plump for it when it’s available.

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We haven’t got specifics when it comes to the HU80KA’s price

e yet, though by way of comparison, LG typically pitches “affordable” Ultra HD projects at around the $2000(~£1500) mark.

Other features of the HU80KA include optical, HDMI and Bluetooth audio outputs; USB drive compatibility; and the ability to hook up the project to external keyboard and mouse for better navigation.

It’s one of a number of new products LG is expected to showcase at next week’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, with other reveals including the first batch of AI-equipped ThinQ TVs, new 4K OLED tellies, and updated mid-range smartphones.

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