Whereas movie theaters throughout the nation are solely simply returning to regular, Hisense has a brand new proposition for folk nervous about returning to the native cinema: a 100-inch laser 4K TV.
The brand new Hisense L5F Laser TV is the newest in Hisense’s collection of ultra-short-throw projectors that emulate a TV’s brightness and colour copy expertise whereas providing a large viewing window.
The distinction on this year’s model in comparison with ones up to now is the addition of Android TV for the first time on a Hisense laser TV and peak brightness of around 2,700 lumens. It additionally comes with an ambient light-rejecting (ALR) display and prices lower than earlier fashions.
The catch? The Hisense L5F, which first turned out there on Tuesday, August 18, will set you again over $4,000… which is greater than most 75-inch 4K TVs.
Laser TV vs LED: which is better?
In some methods it is like evaluating apples and oranges given the totally different gentle emission and show applied sciences that they make use of, however, it’s nonetheless price asking which one is best for the common cinephile.
In our opinion, most newer 4K LED-LCD TVs are going to be simply as bright and colorful as this laser TV, and price a heck of quite a bit much less. They’re additionally more likely to assist extra HDR codecs (the Hisense L5F only helps HLG and HDR10) and TVs don’t have to worry about changing the sunshine bulb each 25,000 hours.
The argument for Hisense laser TVs is that they are extra versatile in the place they will go since you do not want large items of furniture to place them on, and so they can clearly supply a barely bigger display dimension than LED-LCD screens can.
Each will be good choices in the correct area, and in the end rely on how a lot area you need to fill and the way a lot you are keen to drop on some new AV gear.