Hisense, a global leader in home appliances and consumer electronics, is bringing the movie theater experience home with the L9H Laser TV, which was recently selected by leading tech review publication Tom’s Guide as the ‘Best big-screen TV’ in its Tom’s Guide Awards 2023.
The L9H is the latest installment of Hisense’s laser TVs, which differ from conventional TVs in that the picture on the screen originates from an ultra-short throw (UST) projector that is then projected onto a dedicated screen. A laser light source powers this projector, and it comes with all the trappings of a typical TV system, such as a built-in sound system. Laser TVs are also known for bringing high picture quality to bigger screens for a cost-effective price.
Tom’s Guide singles out Hisense’s L9H 100-inch 4K Laser TV for all of these reasons and more. The projector contains the Trichroma™ Triple-Laser Light Engine that provides astonishing ANSI lumens of brightness that promise high levels of brightness in every type of room. These brightness levels are enhanced by the Ambient Light-Rejecting (ALR) screen included with the projector. Along with Dolby Vision HDR to deliver dynamic contrast and realistic visuals, the UST projector has an internal light source lifespan of 25,000 hours.
Tom’s Guide also lauds Hisense’s L9H Laser TV for being affordable. The L9H is set to release in Summer 2023. As one of the few TVs on the market that boasts more than a hundred inches of display, Hisense will price its 100-inch configuration for $4,500 before TV deals.
Other features of the L9H include Dolby Atmos surround sound technology as well as Google TV, Wi-Fi 6e, and ATSE 3.0 compatibility. With these included, consumers can rest assured that content will be supplied with the highest quality on all fronts.