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Hisense is even more certain than ever that laser TVs are the future

A Hisense laser TV. (Source: Hisense)
A Hisense laser TV. (Source: Hisense)
Hisense representatives have attended the 2021 Global Laser Display Industry Forum in Beijing, China to expound its success in making and selling laser TVs. The OEM now claims to have increased their shipping volumes even more in 2021 thus far. Therefore, it asserts that the display type is poised to take over the market.

Hisense claimed to have increased shipments of its laser TVs by up to 325% in 2020; now, it claims to have outdone this growth by posting one of up to 600% year-on-year for January to August 2021. The OEM has brought findings such as these to the third annual Global Laser Display Industry Forum, to help its attendees convince themselves that this particular sector of the TV market will become dominant sometime soon.

Laser TVs do often have the advantage of needing nothing more than a blank wall to reproduce their contents. On the other hand, they are still often around 100 inches in size and, as such, can be very expensive. In addition, they may lag behind other standards such as OLED in some areas, especially contrast.

Nevertheless, Hisense - which reportedly captured 53% of the laser TV market worldwide in 2020 - asserts that its technology for the form-factor is getting better and better with in-house tech such as TriChroma. It is, for example, present in its upcoming 100L9G model. It is a 4K Android TV-enabled device with inbuilt 40W speakers that goes for a recommended price of US$5,499.

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2021-09-16 (Update: 2021-09-17)