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      LG Smart TV
      LG's exclusive Smart TV platform is simple to set up and offers easy discovery of exciting premium content from the most popular providers.* The included Magic Remote makes navigation fast and fun.

      Found out more: https://www.lg.com/us/home-video/lg-HF85JA-projector
       
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      From 4K UHD resolution to the built-in Smart TV, project movies, shows and more at up to 150” with the feature-loaded HU80KA projector.

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