Hisense L9H Laser TV launches with 100-in and 120-in models
The Hisense L9H Laser TV is now available in Europe and Australia. The gadget, first seen at CES 2023, comes in 100-in and 120-in sizes. Both 4K models have up to 3,000 ANSI lumens brightness thanks to a TriChroma X-Fusion 3 Pure-Colour Laser light source with over 25,000 hours of lifetime. The devices cover 107% of the BT.2020 color space and support Dolby Vision HDR and FILMMAKER MODE.
The ultra-short throw Hisense L9H projectors come with an ambient light-rejecting (ALR) screen, enabling you to watch the TV in brighter conditions. The devices run on VIDAA U6, allowing you to stream content from popular platforms or cast content from a mobile device using Apple AirPlay or Anyview Cast. You can physically connect devices via HDMI 2.1 eARC, HDMI 2.0 and USB 3.0 ports. The Hisense laser TVs have built-in 40W speakers, compatible with Dolby Atmos, delivering a cinema-level sound experience. Other features include ALLM for gaming, MEMC motion smoothing technology and the ability to control the device with voice commands.
You can buy the Hisense Trichroma Laser TV Series L9H 100-in and 120-in laser TVs in EU countries like France for €4,990 and €5,900, respectively. In Australia, the two gadgets are priced at AU$6,499 and AU$7,499. The devices are expected to launch in the US this August, though it is unclear how they will be priced. It is also unknown when the new products will arrive in the UK.