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Hisense Announces Laser Cinema Projector and TV, Plus New ULED Lines

Hisense L5G 4K Smart TV 120-inch
Hisense's 120-inch L5G 4K Smart TV

In a virtual press conference that was part of CES 2022 on Tuesday, Hisense announced a pair of new “Laser” products: The PX1-PRO TriChroma Laser Cinema and L5G 4K Smart Laser TV.

The PX1-PRO is a 4K ultra-short throw projector, featuring the company’s TriChroma laser engine that’s also featured in the  L9G. The projector makes it possible to produce images ranging from 90 to 130 inches. The PX1-Pro has a price point of $3999.

Hisense PX1-PRO 4K Ultra-Short Throw Projector
Hisense PX1-PRO 4K Ultra-Short Throw Projector

“With pure red, green, and blue lasers, the PX1-PRO reaches more than a billion colors and features 4K resolution, a 60Hz native refresh rate, Dolby Vision, HDR10, and Filmmaker Mode,” the company said in their release of the PX1-PRO.

Meanwhile, the L5G 4K Smart Laser TV represents an upgrade to the existing L5 Series. The L5G is priced at $4,499 (for 100 inches) and $4,999 (for 120 inches). It features an Android TV OS.

“Viewers will enjoy a greater lifelike experience with Dolby Vision as well as Filmmaker Mode, which delivers movies as the director intended. Embedded 30W speakers and Dolby Atmos produce multidimensional spatial audio experience,” the company said.

Also at CES, Hisense announced several other TV ranges in the “ULED” category, all of which will now feature the Google TV operating system. This includes the U9H Series, which it calls “The Best of Everything.” Introducing Mini-LED to Hisense’s offerings, the series includes Quantum Dot technology, Dolby Vision and Dolby Vision IQ technology, which the company says “brings the best of the best in every category.”

The U8H Series, which Hisense calls “the best all-around TV,” also features a Mini LED option, as well as a new 75-inch option.

“Along with in-bezel microphones, far-field voice capability, the embedded Google Assistant, and Works with Alexa functionality make the U8H the central hub of a smart home ecosystem,” the company said.

The U7H Series, meanwhile, represents an upgrade over the U7 Series from 2021, and specifically geared towards gamers. The size of the TVs ranges from 55 to 85 inches, with the range starting at $799.99. The U6H Series, meanwhile, ranging from  50 to 75 inches, starts at an even lower price point, $579.99.

Beyond the ULED lineup, Hisense also offers the A7H, A6H and A74H series, smart TVs that feature Android TV OS.