The Hisense Laser smart TV has loads of tech to turn whatever you do into a cinematic experience. It’s got a massive 100 to 120-inch screen size, incredibly sharp picture, and amazing sound quality, making it perfect for movie nights, gaming marathons and everything in between.
Thanks to its clever laser engine technology, this Hisense TV goes way beyond what other models are capable of. It gives you a super-realistic image and bright, vibrant colours only ever seen in cinemas before now, so you won’t want to look away – better make sure you’ve got all your snacks ready. On top of that, its X-Fusion™ tech keeps everything sharp and precise even in the middle of the day, and lasts for a whopping 25,000 hours. That’s absolutely tons of high-quality entertainment whenever you fancy. It’s not a faff to set up either – just pop the box near your wall and let the ultra-short throw projector put up an enormous 100 to 120-inch screen. It couldn’t be simpler.
As well as everything else we’ve mentioned, it also has a 4K resolution that’ll really bring the action to life in stunning detail. That’s 4 times as many pixels as Full HD, and it means movement looks smooth and natural – definitely one for nature documentary lovers.
It doesn’t just look good – it sounds amazing too. That’s because it has built-in speakers and Dolby Atmos® tech that puts you at the heart of every scene. You’ll be totally surrounded by immersive audio that hits you from every angle.
We wouldn’t blame you if you spent hours and hours staring at this incredible TV. That’s why it’s been certified as a low blue light hardware solution by TUV Rheinland. That means it’ll give off less harmful blue light when you’re deep into a boxset binge.
This model comes with a built-in tuner for live TV. And because it’s also smart, you’ll have access to loads of streaming apps, including Netflix, Prime Video, YouTube, and Freeview Play. You’ll be spoilt for choice.
They’re much better than your bog-standard projector, with a brighter picture for daytime viewing. They’re also much more portable than a standard TV, so you can move them around easily.
All you’ve got to do is place it below the display, up to 28.7cm from the wall. Then the ultra-short throw laser only has to travel a small distance to create a huge 100 to 120-inch picture that looks unbelievable. What’s more, the screen cleverly deflects light so it doesn't ruin the view.
There are a few different brands that make laser TVs, with Hisense being one of the main ones. LG, Samsung and Epson also have their own models too.