Hisense debuted the L5 series of Ultra Short Throw (UST) 4K projectors at CES 2020 and it is now expanding the line with a new 120-inch L5F Laser Cinema. According to Hisense, the L5F Laser Cinema can throw a 4K UHD (3,840 x 2,160) image at 120 diagonal inches from 13.8-inches from a flat surface.
The L5F comes with its own 120-inch ambient light rejecting screen that displays bright and crisp images in any type of lighting. It can deliver a high range of brightness up to 2700 lumens and billions of colors. Furthermore, the laser TV also comes integrated with Harman Kardon and dbx-tv sound for an immersive home theater experience.
The projector provides 4K UHD picture via DLP technology and a blue laser as its light source. There are more options like Android TV built-in, a TV tuner, Wi-Fi and a number of built-in apps for on-demand entertainment included with the L5F.
The projector comes with HDR10 and HLG decoding, as well as MEMC smooth motion technology to deliver a true-to-life picture quality with sharp details. If you’re planning a big screen for your living room, the 120-inch Hisense L5F laser5 TV can be an option to consider, but it’s likely to burn a hole in your pocket with its $5,000 price tag.
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