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Wednesday, 25 October 2017

Hisense's 100-inch 4K Laser TV lestest technology

Hisense's 100-inch 4K Laser TV lestest technology

Hisense has announced new 100- inch 4 K Laser TV that's now available buy. It's similar to 100 H 10 D model announced in January at CES for $13,000, but a notable omission in today's announced spec sheet is HDR support, which may or may not explain the price of 9,999$. However, Digital Trends and Twice more reported HDR 10 support when publications saw the 100 L 8 D unveiled at the CEDIA show last month. Buyers interested in the TV will want to confirm whether or not HDR supported before dropping a pile of cash on this.



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The super thin TV actually utilizes a short throw projector to project eight million pixels the 100-inch passive projection screen. The projector uses a proprietary laser-light source rated at 3,000 lumens that the company says can be used in any lighting condition in any room — not just light-controlled home theaters, for example. That light source has a life span of 20,000 hours, so there's plenty of time to binge all your TV shows and still have years and years of viewing time leftover. The Laser TV also includes wide color gamut support and the promise of more realistic color.


As for sound, the TV comes with a 110 watt, 2.1 speaker system from Harman Kardon, including a wireless subwoofer and two speakers baked right into the projector box. There's also a built-in TV tuner and a smart TV interface with apps for YouTube, Netflix, Amazon Video, and Pandora, to name a few.

The $ 9,999 price tag isn’t too bad a deal when compared to Sony’s $25,000 short throw 4K projector, or Epson’s $3,000 model which only does 1080 p. The Hisense 100-inch 4K Laser TV is available now from retailers across the country and through Hisense's website. The TV is expected to ship from November 24.

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