The LG HU85LS is a 4K DLP projector that retails for $5,999. It utilizes a single DLP (0.66" DMD) chip to reproduce a perceived 4K UHD resolution. Its 3 channel Laser engine is rated to deliver at 2,700 lumens for up to 20,000 hours.
Perhaps the biggest, or most obvious advantage, is that an ultra-short throw TV/projector sits directly below and only inches away from the screen. There is no need for ceiling mounting 10 feet or more away.
Since the HU85LS was built around the WebOS operating system used in many of their flat panel TVs, smart features are incorporated seamlessly, the menus are easy to navigate and well laid out.
The HU85LS is loaded with all the popular streaming apps like Netflix, HULU, Disney+, YouTube, and Fandango Now. Looking for access to local broadcast channels without a 3rd party set top box, the HU85LS also has a built-in digital tuner.
The front of the HU85LS cabinet holds a dual driver array powered by a total of 10 watts, which delivers good sound quality. It also has a HDMI ARC (audio return channel) output which delivers the high quality, immersive sound from the projector's internal streaming services to a 3rd party sound system.
Since the HU85LS was designed to be a replacement for a Smart flat panel TV, it has all the Smart features customers have come to expect from a Smart TV, like voice control. You can use the Smart remote, which has a built-in microphone to not only control basic projector features but also control a wide variety of compatible Smart devices via Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa.