Hisense has introduced high-end TVs as part of its Laser TV L9G TriChroma series. The new products are oriented for use with the latest generation of Microsoft and Sony set-top boxes.
What was shown?
The projection televisions support TriChroma technology, which is clear from the name of the series. This proprietary solution by Hisense allows you to create bright colors through the use of three laser emitters. The manufacturer claims a color gamut of 107 percent BT.2020.
Laser TV L9G TriChroma models are available in two diagonals: 100" and 120". Both Laser TVs feature panels with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels, which is 4K UHD. The peak brightness is 3000 lumens.
The novelties got 40 watt stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos support. HDMI 2.1, USB and RJ-45 are available. The software platform is the Android TV operating system.
What is the price?
The Hisense Laser TV L9G TriChroma was far from cheap. The 120-inch model was priced at $6,000. The cost of 100" panel is $5,500.