LG “HECTO” Laser TV demonstration to show projector capabilities

By Posted 27 Dec 2012, 18:30

Even though consumers are not spending as much money as they once were, this will not stop the masses congregating in one place in just under two weeks time. CES 2013 will be no different and will be a chance for consumer technology fans to see what the big and little players have got planned. We already know that LG already have some great products to show off, such as a new range of TVs, but it’s their LG “HECTO” Laser TV projector that has gained our interest.

Looking over the press release it’s clear to see that this projector will be pretty impressive, and that will be shown during a demonstration that will help to show of its capabilities, which includes an unbelievable home theater experience along with Smart TV capabilities and improved reliability. The first feature that is sure to impress projector fans is how you will be able to achieve a 100-inch display from just 22 inches away from the screen, which will open up the option of getting a projector to a greater number of consumers who have been limited with space in their homes.

Projectors have come a long way since those days back in school in the 80’s and the HECTO Laser TV projector from LG with its dynamic contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1, 1080p Full HD resolution and its laser-based illumination system that is said to offer more than 25,000 hours of use before there is a need to replace the lamp shows that the advancement in this technology shows no signs of stopping.

How much are you willing to pay for the LG “HECTO” Laser TV projector? While LG has not given any clues as to the price of their upcoming projector, we should get some sort of indication of the LG “HECTO” Laser TV price during CES 2013, along with the full spec list as well. We should warn you that considering the amount of features being packed into this projector will reflect on the price, so it will not be cheap, as this is certainly looking to be a high-end device.

LG "HECTO" Laser TV demonstration to show projector capabilities