If this year’s CES is proving anything, it’s that we’re now officially in an age of very, very big TVs. What was once the exclusive domain of projection systems, or wildly extravagant plasma TVs — some costing over $100,000 — is now being delivered by flat screen technologies. We’re talking screen sizes of up to 98-inches, with 8K resolution. But that doesn’t mean projection technology is going away. In fact, if anything, it’s having something of a renaissance thanks to Hisense, a company that might be best known for its budget-priced TVs.
This year, the company has unleashed the latest version of its “laser TV.” We put that term in quotes because, technically, it’s not a TV — it’s a very short-throw projector. That said, because of its incredibly bright, laser-based light source, it’s unlike any home projector you will have encountered. Designed to sit in front of a flat wall, or an optional projection screen, the Hisense Laser TV requires very little room, and you don’t have to hang it from your ceiling.
The 2019 model comes with three lasers, one for each primary color: Red, green, and blue. Together they can create an astonishing array of colors. In fact, the company claims it can deliver 100 percent of the DCI-P3 color space, which is no mean feat.
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