In the world of televisions, everyone knows the size really does matter and one of the very best is coming to Australia this year — the Hisense 4K Ultra HD Smart TriChroma Laser TV with HDR. This Laser TV is a short-throw projector that uses the power of lasers to render ultra-crisp 4K images at up to 100-inches from less than a foot or two from your wall.
Hisense is promising exceptional picture quality and colour rendition thanks to the use of the aforementioned lasers. Not lasers in the sense of pew-pew but rather continuous beams in red, green and blue hence the TriChroma name.
The proprietary X-Fusion Laser Light Engine uses the three independent lasers to achieve REC.2100 colour space with HDR extensions, allowing it to cover over 90% of the colour space perceivable by the human eye.
This makes the support for 4K, High dynamic range (HDR10 specifically) content to truly shine. Not only that, but the TriChroma Laser TV has a number of tricks like MEMC and Smooth Motion Plus technology that makes viewing AFL matches and other fast-moving content a delight.
Sadly, there is no mention of Variable Refresh Rate which gamers would undoubtedly appreciate for Xbox Series X, PS5 or PC gaming.
Hisense has also included a JBL sound system into the TV to give you a complete home cinema experience. It has 13 built-in speakers powered by Dolby Atmos, award-winning dbx-tv technology and a wireless subwoofer for some rumbling bass.
Of course a projector needs a good, dark room to work best, right? Hisense includes an anti-reflective screen that is easily mounted on any wall and dismisses the need for a darkened room to use. Combined with its ultra-bright output, the TriChroma Laser TV will work in broad daylight, no problems.
So when will this glorious TV be available for Aussies to buy, you ask? Unfortunately, you’ll have to wait for the second half of 2020 with pricing to be announced in the coming months. We’ll update you as soon as we know more and hopefully, Hisense will loan us a review sample to give you our very scientific findings.