“The Hisense Laser TV is a short-throw home theater projector that can produce a bright, colorful 100-inch picture on its own screen. Huge, relatively bright screen. Powerful sound system. Easy setup.”
Featured in PCMag’s Best TVs for 2018.
“It’s big as hell—like at the movies! Makes it easy to trick friends to come over to your house. If you’re an aging media addict that has trouble getting out so much these days, but still wants to hang out, the spectacle of the Laser TV is an expensive but effective friend trap. And if you plan on reliving your four-player Mario Kart glory days, just make sure to draw the curtains first.”
Hisense 100-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart Laser TV comes with a huge 100-inch panel less screen with vivid laser light source and 3000 lumens to display bright colors as well as Alexa-enabled voice control, 110W of Harman Kardon sound, dual-band WiFi, and a wide range of included apps.
The Hisense 4K Ultra HD Smart Laser TV is equipped with the company’s patented technology to generate motion rate, color, and luminance for a great viewing experience. Furthermore, the television comes with four included Harman Kardon audio system speakers and a wireless subwoofer that produces excellent sound and offers an awesome adulatory experience. The TV has laser technology that gives incredible contrasts and colors with 180-degree viewing angles.
The Hisense 4K Ultra HD Smart Laser TV has Wi-Fi connectivity and supports movie and music apps such as Netflix as well as several other features to delight users. The television has DLP Technology that delivers clear and smooth images in fast-moving games, sports, and scenes. The TV has the following number of component outputs – one Ethernet, one Analog audio out (L/R RCA), one Digital audio out (optical), one RS-232, one (ATSC/NTSC/PAL-M/N) RF input, two HDMI, and two USB.
The Hisense 4K Ultra HD Smart Laser TV works with Amazon’s Alexa and users can control the TV with the digital voice assistant and check their calendar, ask about the traffic and weather, and remain abreast with the scores of their favorite sports teams.