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Friday, May 18, 2018
Hisense Announces "Affordable" 80-inch Laser TV


Hisense has announced a new 80-inch laser TV that costs just 19,999 yuan, or about $3,140 -- much less than the company's previous $9,999, 100-inch model.

Hisense idea is to package an ultra short-throw (UST) projector with an ambient light-rejecting (ALR) screen and a sound system and sell it as an alternative to a large flat-panel TV.

The new 80-inch L5 laser TV is based on a 4K/UHD DLP imager and laser-phosphor light engine with a lifespan of 25,000 hours. It is spec'd to produce 400 nits on the included 80″ screen - a new generation custom-made Danish DNP high gain anti-light hard screen, which is said to enable a clear picture display no matter how bright the surrounding light. The color gamut is said to be 113% of NTSC, and it can display HDR10 content.

As the 4K TV is powered by a reflective light source, despite the 80-inch size, the screen can be viewed comfortably even when sitting as close as 3 meters (approx. 10 ft.). The TV also supports 3D content. It is powered by an Mstar 6A838 TV chip, quad-core Cortex A53 structure, and runs the VIDAA user interface. The new VIDAA AI system that comes with the Hisense L5 laser television is equipped with such features as automatic sports mode, star recognition and screenshot sharing of moments.

Hisense launched the TV in China, and it will available to buy globally soon.

Specifications

Total power 250W
size 80 inches
Size (mm) 547x346x158
CPU ARM Cortex A53 Quad-Core MAX1.7GHz 64-bit Processor
GPU MaliT820MP2
Storage (ROM) 32G
Memory (RAM) 3G
Internet connectivity Yes
Bluetooth Bluetooth 4.0
Connection Wireless/network port
Inputs RF input RF; video input *1; HDMI 2.0 * 3; USB3.0 * 1; USB2.0x1, RS232 * 1; network port * 1; coaxial * 1; after-sales service interface * 2;
Output Coaxial output
Audio
Audio decoding Dolby MS12V2, DTS-HD,
Audio mode Five-band equalizer
Sound processing DTS Studio Sound, Dolby Atmos
Number of speakers (middle + treble)*2, 4 speakers
Screen
Backlight Laser
Resolution 3840*2160
Quality
Brightness 400
Color gamut (BT709) 113%
MEMC Yes
HDR Yes
Backlight mode Blue laser
System
Operating system Android6.0
Iinterface Vidaa ai

 



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