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Hisense launches world’s first 8K laser TV 100LX: large screen eye protection, super display

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Hisense launches world’s first 8K laser TV 100LX: large screen eye protection, super display

Hisense held a full-scene display strategy conference in Beijing and officially launched the world’s first 8K laser TV – Hisense 100LX 8K, leading the laser TV into the 100-inch 8K era. Hisense 100LX 8K

With a colour gamut of 110% BT.2020, Hisense 100LX 8K has a colour performance two to three times higher than that of traditional TVs, supports 1.07 billion colours with a smooth transition, and can clearly present 33 million details on 4㎡ giant screens, showing full details and pure colours unmatched by other display methods.

It also has 0 harmful blue light, 0 strobes, 0 radiation, and more eye protection, because it has completely removed the harmful blue light band from the light source, as the laser TV screen itself does not emit light, so it can achieve 0 radiation, plus DC dimming technology, truly 0 strobes, a comprehensive construction of native eye protection technology, to provide users with a large screen immersive viewing experience while guarding the health of both eyes.

In addition, Hisense 100LX 8K is equipped with a new self-researched LPU digital laser engine, which incorporates DLP’s highly efficient light manipulation technology, with a computing level of more than 100 billion times per second to achieve nano-level light control, and 100% RGB pure laser light source to push the full-colour laser display technology to the extreme, providing consumers with the ultimate cinema-level viewing experience.

In terms of sound quality, Hisense 100LX 8K Laser TV is equipped with Harman Kardon professional 4.1.2 multi-channel audio system and sufficient configurations for expandability, bringing All one professional audio and visual experience in the living room and video room.

In addition, Hisense 100LX 8K is also equipped with 4GB memory, 128GB storage, supports WiFi 6, Bluetooth 5.1, etc., and brings convergent large-screen technology, regardless of screen and size, refreshing the new perception of the home display.

Hisense said that in the future, it will continue to promote the localization process of core components such as an optical lens and anti-light screen and accelerate the application in multiple scenes such as front-loading and car display through LPU upgrade so that the shocking experience of laser display can benefit more consumers.