Hisense Laser TV Pros and Cons


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Laser TV is a popular large-screen product in recent years. Many TV and projector manufacturers have ventured into laser TV products. And laser TV as a high-end product, the price has been more expensive. Is a larger screen, brighter laser TV worth buying? This post will take a look at the pros and cons of Hisense laser TV.

What is Hisense Laser TV?​

Hisense Laser TV is the fourth generation of TV products independently developed by Hisense Group. Hisense Laser TV adopts DLP display technology, uses laser light source, and is equipped with a professional anti-light gain screen projection TV, while the built-in Hisense VIDAA AI system, can watch radio and television programs, on-demand Internet content.

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What's the pros and cons of Hisense laser TV?​


Light source:
Hisense Laser TV uses laser light source, which has a longer light source life and richer colors. At the same time, the laser as a cold light source can make the TV body heat will not be too high.

Picture quality: Laser TVs are tuned by red, green and blue light, rich in color, it can show a more natural picture color.

Eye protection: Hisense laser TV adopts DLP display technology. The picture is diffuse reflection imaging, which avoids direct light source, so the damage to the eyes will be much smaller than ordinary TV.

Large size: Hisense laser TVs are over 75 inches in size. The large screen size provides a stronger viewing immersion.


Higher Cost:
Hisense laser TV is much more expensive compared to ordinary TVs, and requires a larger budget.

Poor mobility: Hisense laser TV host and screen are sold together. The screen needs to be wall mounted, and the screen size is fixed, so once installed it is not easy to move the laser TV mainframe.

Bulky Body: Hisense laser TV has a relatively large mainframe and heavier weight.