Posted Thu Sep 6, 2018 at 03:30 PM PDT by Steven Cohen
More Laser TV models have been revealed.
Hisense has announced an expansion of its 4K Ultra HD Smart Laser TV lineup. The new collection includes the L8E and L10E Series with models ranging in size from 88-inches to 120-inches.
Not really traditional televisions at all, Hisense's 4K Laser TVs actually use ultra-short throw projector units powered by Texas Instruments DLP 4K Ultra High Definition (UHD) Display chips with XPR technology, along with included lightweight screens. Likewise, the systems feature integrated TV tuners for OTA broadcasts, smart TV functionality, and Amazon Alexa support.
"Hisense always pushes to achieve the best picture quality possible," said Kevin Cahill, Head of Laser TV Sales and Marketing at Hisense USA. "We were honored to see the exceptionally high marks reviewers gave our 100-inch (100L8D) Laser TV and are excited to expand our Laser TV lineup with our new Dual Laser Technology, offering many more customized options for the home."
The L10E 4K Ultra Short Throw Dual Color Laser TV Series includes 100-inch (100L10E) and 120-inch (120L10E) screen configurations. In addition, the units offer support for High Dynamic Range and the DCI-P3 Wide Color Gamut. Likewise, each projector uses blue and red laser diodes and the packages include a specially designed, ambient light rejecting screen.
Meanwhile, the L8E Series Ultra Short Throw Laser TV is available as an 88-inch (88L8E) model. The smaller size allows for added placement options, though the press release does not specify if the model offers HDR and WCG support.
Exact pricing for the L10E Series has not been announced yet, but the L8E Series will retail for an MSRP of $3,800. The new models will join the previously released 100" 100L8D Hisense Laser TV.
Source: Hisense via PR Newswire
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