LG CineBeam HU715QW: 4K laser ultra-short-throw projector launches with a Dolby Atmos soundbar included as a gift
LG has announced the CineBeam HU715QW, a laser projector that launches alongside the CineBeam HU710PW. Like the HU710PW, the HU715QW offers a 4K resolution (3,840 x 2,160 pixels) and a 20,000-hour lamp life. Additionally, the ultra-short-throw and DLP projector delivers up to 2,500 ANSI Lumens and has a 0.22 throw ratio. The HU715QW supports automatic brightness and adaptive contrast too, along with LG's TruMotion and Filmmaker technologies.
Moreover, the HU715QW can create 80-inch to 120-inch projections and must be 21.7 cm away from a wall to produce a 100-inch image. LG adds that the projector runs on webOS 6.0, its latest TV OS, and integrates Apple AirPlay 2 functionality. The HU715QW features 40 W stereo speakers (20 W + 20 W) as well that supposedly operate across 2.2Ch. LG has included the following ports:
- 2x HDMI 2.0
- 1x HDMI 2.1
- 1x RJ45
- 1x S/PDIF
- 2x USB 2.0 Type-A
According to a German press release, LG will begin selling the CineBeam HU715QW will be available from February 18. The company will bundle its DSP8YA soundbar too for those who pre-order the CineBeam HU715QW between February 18 and February 28. Typically, LG sells the SP8YA for around US$700 or £600, which supports Dolby Atmos. In comparison, the CineBeam HU715QW retails for €3,299 in the Eurozone and £2,998.98 in the UK.