While we don't have specific dimensions, the HU80KA is roughly half the size of other 4K projectors - LG says it wanted to avoid how "heavy, expensive and difficult-to-install within the home" other products are.
The new tiny 4K projector is one such project capable of projecting 150-inch screen on any wall in your house. For reference, some of the "affordable" 4K projectors available today come in slightly under $2,000. This is largely thanks to a mirrorless I-shaped engine that makes this smaller than others out there without sacrificing quality. It would work well on any of these mentioned positions. Alternatively, external speakers or a sound bar can be connected via optical output, HDMI or wirelessly through Bluetooth for enhanced audio performance.
Whereas, the 4K UHD projector model HU80KA is a compact device that doesn't look like its peer devices.
Carrying the model name HU80KA, the projector, according to LG, is created to provide users with a superior cinematic experience without having to compromise on the display quality. However, they are also supposed to provide the best resolution, picture clarity and ability to project large images on to any wall.
While other 4K projectors are short and squat, the HU80KA is a much taller tower that appears to be created to sit directly on the floor rather than on a table or stand. Whether that be on the floor or mounted from the ceiling.
Oh, and it runs webOS just like LG's TV lineup so it's got most of the big streaming apps integrated out of the box. LG has included a carrying handle, making it easier to hold and carry the projector around.
LG isn't yet sharing the HU80KA's pricing, but that's par for the course with home theater announcements at CES.
As yet there are no details on how much this new LG 4K UHD Projector will retail for, we will have more details at CES 2018 next week.