Despite the total absence of details as to a release date or price, Hisense devoted a large part of its press conference to its announcement of an 8K Ultra HD Laser TV, the latest in a line that was born in 2014 with a first Ful HD (1080p) model. And the new Hisense Hi View Engine “in-house” chip capable of handling an 8K / 120 Hz signal, a world first.
Laser TV, késako?
As a reminder, Hisense Laser TVs are built from an ultra-short throw projector, a TNT tuner and an ALR (or CLR) technical screen to reproduce a colorful dynamic image even in a bright environment. Because the ambition of the manufacturer Hisense with its Laser TVs is to replace the television set in consumer lounges (click on the following link to discover the editorial file dedicated to this category of products, The ultrashort projector replaces the TV in trade shows, to learn more about these products).
Dr. Liu Xianrong presents the strengths of Laser TV
Dr. Liu Xianrong, Chief Scientist and General Manager of Hisense Laser Display, clarified the many strengths of Laser TV: (very) large format image via 100 '' (254 cm) and 120 '' (305 cm) screens ), image quality identical to an HDR TV screen with a triple laser Laser TV but without blue light (light reflected on the screen), and reduced energy consumption compared to that of a conventional TV. For example, Dr. Liu Xianrong indicated that a Laser TV consumes 350 W for a 120 '' (305 cm) picture, a figure similar to a 75 '' (191 cm) or 85 '' (216 cm) LED TV. ). More details in 2022…