Hisense PX1 TriChroma Laser Cinema 4K ultra-short throw projector revealed with voice commands
The Hisense PX1 TriChroma Laser Cinema projector has been launched. The 4K UHD projector is a cheaper version of the PX1-Pro device launched earlier this year. The ultra-short throw gadget can throw images from 100-in to 120-in (~254 to 305 cm) wide. With support for HDR and a contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1, the PX1 has a laser light source with a peak brightness of 2,000 lumens; the laser has a life expectancy of up to 25,000 hours.
The PX1 has a microsecond-level processor response, smoothing fast-moving images. Game Mode employs tools such as ALLM to enhance your experience, and Filmmaker Mode disables motion processing technology to ensure you see the movie precisely as intended. The gadget has a built-in 30 W stereo speaker system with support for Dolby Atmos and Dolby Digital; alternatively, you can connect external speakers via an HDMI eARC port. You can also connect to the device via USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 ports.
The projector comes with Android TV, enabling you to play content from various apps such as YouTube and Netflix. Plus, this means that you can control the device using Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa voice commands. The projector measures 20.5 x 6.3 x 12.8-in (~52.1 x 16 x 32.5 cm) and weighs 20.3 lbs (~9.2 kg). You can buy the Hisense PX1 ultra short throw projector for US$2,499.99 at retailers such as Best Buy.