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Hisense Laser TV Trichroma L9G: 4K ultra-short throw projectors with up to a 120-inch screen and built-in Android TV

The Hisense Trichroma L9G is available with up to a 120-inch display. (Image source: Hisense)
The Hisense Trichroma L9G is available with up to a 120-inch display. (Image source: Hisense)
Hisense has presented the Trichroma L9G, a set of Laser TVs that support 4K resolutions. The ultra-short throw projectors operate at up to 3,000 Lumens too, and cover 107% of the BT.2020 colour space, among other features.

Hisense's new set of Laser TVs are here, having been teased earlier this year. Strictly speaking, the L9G series are not TVs. Instead, they are laser projectors. However, Hisense includes a projection screen with the Laser TVs and claims that they are suitable for use in bright rooms, unlike conventional projectors.

Both the 100L9G-CINE100 and 120L9G-CINE120A offer peak brightness of 3,000 Lumens and a 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio. Additionally, the pair support HDR10 and HLG content, along with MEMC for reduced motion blur. Hisense claims that both Laser TVs cover 107% of the BT.2020 colour spaces too, while their light sources should last at least 25,000 hours.

Hisense has integrated sound systems with Dolby Atmos support too, both with 40 W stereo speakers. Moreover, the pair have three HDMI ports, two USB Type-A ports, Ethernet and audio outputs for connecting external speakers. The 100L9G-CINE100 and 120L9G-CINE120A also run Android TV and come bundled with a Hey Google-capable voice remote.

The Hisense 100L9G-CINE100 and 120L9G-CINE120A cost €5,999 each. The smaller of the two is orderable now, while the 120-inch edition will be available later this month.

(Image source: Hisense)

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Alex Alderson, 2021-11-15 (Update: 2021-11-15)