During the last CES 2021, Hisense announced that they were working on a new projection system to compete with large format televisions which they called TriChroma Laser TV, a technology aimed at improving the color and brightness delivered to the screen. , reaching new heights in the domestic field in terms of color space and light output.
Today, the manufacturer launched the first projector in this range under the name L9G TriChroma Laser TV, an ultra short throw model that will be equipped as standard with an ambient light rejection screen.
Based on DLP projection technology, the team will deliver 4K resolution and use three separate laser light sources to produce the red, green and blue subpixels, reaching according to the manufacturer 107% of the BT.2020 color space and with a useful life of the laser of approximately 25,000 hours.
The projector will be capable of generating a 3000 lumen light source offering a dynamic contrast of 1000,000: 1 and being compatible with HDR10 / HLG videos. As for the screen, one will be included in the 100 inch or 120 inch package.
The equipment will have an Android TV operating system with access to 5,000 applications for direct playback of content and games, it will have dual-band AC WiFi, Bluetooth, voice control via Google Assistant and Alexa .
In addition, to avoid having to install additional equipment, a 40 watt Dolby Atmos sound system compatible with WiSA and HDMI 2.1 eARC should be installed in case an external receiver is to be used. It will also have HDMI 2.0 ports, an Ethernet connector, two USB audio outputs, optical and analog.
Pricing and availability
The L9G projector will first go on sale in the United States for $ 5,499 for the 100-inch screen version and $ 5,999 for the 120-inch version.
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