Renowned Chinese consumer electronics and appliance manufacturer Hisense has launched a new ultra short throw (UST) 4K laser projector at CES 2020, which it willingly calls a 4K laser TV. The new L5 projector features a wide 4K color range, offers up to a 100-inch image, and comes built-in with dbx-tv speakers.
According to the company, the L5 UST 4K projector uses a blue laser to offer crisp and clean picture quality, while avoiding unwanted light dispersion. Hisense’s new laser TV boasts 2,600 lumens brightness, a smaller color gamut, and an Android TV smart platform. It has many specifications similar to the Hisense’s earlier L10 short-throw Laser TV, except that this one comes for a lower price tag.
As noted by DigitalTrends, the L5 UST 4K projector will be available in April 2020 for $5,999. The 4K Laser TV includes a short throw laser projector and a 100″ ambient light rejecting screen.
Hisense also showcased new TVs including the 75-inch Trichrome Laser TV, the Sonic Screen Laser TV, the Self-Rising Screen Laser TV, and the ULED 4K Roku TV.