The new Hisense Laser TV proposal is called L5 Series: short throw optical technology and the possibility to project on a 100” anti-glare screen, for a spectacular and immersive result.
Laser TV is a concept that brings together TV and Cinema, in the Home Entertainment application. A Laser TV responds to needs that a traditional TV cannot satisfy, first of all offering a very large screen (100”), with integrated smart TV and T2 digital terrestrial without the need to mount other devices to the system, to which is added the comfort of viewing based on laser projection, not directly reflected on the eyes, and with low energy consumption. In addition to the obvious entertainment applications, Laser TV is also suitable for corporate and digital signage contexts.
In particular, the Hisense proposal is called L5, a 4K Laser TV series that aims to develop and push the concept of Entertainment to new boundaries. Perfect for the projection and enjoyment of movies, this solution has its strengths on the one hand in the immersion of the audiovisual experience, which brings the cinema into the living room, and on the other in the reduced screen-projector distance, just 19 centimeters. Hisense also offers a free installation service for both consumer and business installations.
The 100L5F model with built-in screen offers 4K Ultra HD resolution (3840×2160), projection with DLP Laser technology (25.000 hours guaranteed, 2.700 lumens), HDR 10/HLG compatibility, anti-glare screen and certification for reduced blue light emission. For the Audio, no less important for a truly cinematic experience, the model offers a power of 30W, with Bluetooth support and Dolby Atmos system.
Among the most interesting applications of Laser TV, in addition to the “classic” ones we have already talked about, there is also the world of art: the precision of the laser light source in reproducing colors and shades can in fact represent an interesting option for artists and art galleries.
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