Hisense's Laser TV System Is Now Shipping

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Hisense-Laser-TV.jpgHisense has been showing off its Laser TV system at trade shows for a couple years, and now the system has officially come to market in its final, 4K-friendly form. The Laser TV system consists of a 4K-compatible DLP projector with a laser light source, a 100-inch Screen Innovations fixed-frame screen, and a 2.1-channel speaker system designed by Harman Kardon. Hisense has incorporated a TV tuner (hence the Laser TV name), as well as its smart TV platforn to access streaming services like Netflix and Amazon Video. The Laser TV system sells for $9,999.

From Hisense
Hisense announces the availability of the Hisense 100" 4K Ultra HD Smart Laser TV, a system that reflects the future of premium large-screen home entertainment. Combining movie theater technology, elegant aesthetics and seamless setup, the Hisense Laser TV is designed to create a stunning, sophisticated 100" television and entertainment experience in any home.

Hisense's proprietary light source technology delivers incredibly crisp images to the Laser TV, showcasing natural colors and phenomenal brightness in any room, not just light-controlled home theater rooms.

"It's time to rethink TV," said Dr. Lin, Vice President of Hisense Group. "In addition to an unapologetically amazing viewing experience, the Hisense Laser TV can be easily incorporated into any home environment as it does not require a special darkened environment or cumbersome equipment. The thin, lightweight, 100" screen hangs effortlessly and elegantly, complementing any space or design style."

Crisp Cinema Picture
Hisense's proprietary light source technology delivers incredibly crisp images to the Laser TV, showcasing natural colors and phenomenal brightness in any room, not just light-controlled home theater rooms. The picture is powered by a Texas Instruments DLP 4K UHD DMD chip -- a breakthrough method for presenting television images -- delivering more than 8 million pixels to the screen.

Additionally, the Hisense Laser TV renders images faster than LED TVs thanks to Smooth Motion Plus Technology, enabling super-smooth, clear images, ideal for fast action scenes and sports.

Cinematic Audio Experience
The Hisense Laser TV marks the first collaboration between Hisense and industry-leading audio solutions provider HARMAN International. Designed to provide a truly cinematic experience, the Harman Kardon audio system offers superb dynamic range, exceptional accuracy and room-filling sound with virtually no distortion.

HARMAN engineers custom-designed the audio system to match the premium picture technology. The 2.1 system has 5 speakers, 2 each in the left and right channels and a 6.5" wireless subwoofer to provide deep, rich bass. The system offers 110 watts of room-filling sound.

"To complement the amazing video offered by the Hisense Laser TV, our engineers had to set the bar very high for audio quality," said Dave Rogers, Senior VP & General Manager of Consumer Audio at HARMAN. "The result is one of the best-sounding Harman Kardon audio systems that we've ever designed and built. It's so good that there's no need for the end-user customer to utilize a separate sound bar or a component audio system. We're confident that Hisense customers will have an excellent entertainment experience with the Laser TV."

Accessible Content
Cord cutters will love the built-in TV tuner that offers immediate access to over-the-air content -- with no set-top box necessary. The customizable Hisense Smart TV interface makes accessing built-in apps like Netflix, Amazon Video, Pandora, TikiLIVE, YouTube and others, simple and easy.

The Hisense Laser TV comes together seamlessly thanks to a super-thin, lightweight, 100" Screen Innovations Anti-Glare Screen that evenly distributes color and light, offering a crisp, bright picture in any setting, regardless of ambient light. It perfectly directs images and offers far wider viewing angles than an LCD screen. The screen is simple to hang and without wires or intrusive installation, it quickly and easily integrates easily into the room. Overall, it's a seamless, elegant solution for the modern home.

The Hisense 100" 4K Ultra HD Smart Laser TV is now available for sale at retailers nationwide and on Hisensedirect.com.�

Hisense 100" 4K Ultra HD Smart Laser TV
4K Ultra HD Resolution
UHD Upscaler
3,000 Lumens for Optimal Brightness
TV Tuner
Hisense Smart TV Platform
Built-in 110 Watt Harman Kardon Speakers and Wireless Subwoofer
100" Screen Innovations Anti-Glare Screen
DLP 4K UHD digital micromirror device (DMD) chip
2 HDMI Inputs
20,000-Hour Light Source Lifetime
MSRP: $9,999

Additional Resources
��For more information visit www.hisense-usa.com/lasertv.
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