The CineBeam Laser 4K projector from LG which was announced last December ahead of CES is now available for the whopping $5,999. Already twice the price of the company’s original 4K projector, the second-gen CineBeam Laser 4K has a couple of features and looks to justify the price. The new model is a short-throw projector that can create a 90-inch projection from just two inches away or up to a 120-inch image at 7.2 inches away.
Other interesting features in the projector includes AI voice control that offers support for both Google Assistant and LG’s ThinQ AI solution. The AI voice control support allows the user to search for content via voice commands or using the included LG Magic Remote. The HU85LA will offer 2,500 ANSI lumens of brightness and a 4K UHD resolution. For connectivity, the projector comes with a USB, Ethernet, and HDMI ports.
If you have some spare change lying around, the CineBeam projector is available now for $5,999.