Hisense makes some daring claims with its TriChroma laser televisions


For those who don't want to clutter their living room with a television, short throw projectors are a good alternative, although depending on the model they are sometimes not as good in terms of quality and features as a normal television. At CES 2021, however, Hisense hopes to change that with some bold claims.

The company has unveiled its new TriChroma laser televisions, which are essentially short-throw projectors that are offered in 100 "or 75" variants. What sets these TriChroma laser TVs apart from other short throw projectors, however, is Hisense's claim that these are the only displays that can meet the BT2020 color standard.

They even go so far as to claim that the picture quality emanating from the device is apparently 50% “better” in terms of color than in “high-end cinema”. It also has 430 nits, which is brighter than your average projector, although there is still no shortage of high-end LCD TVs up to 1,000 nits. On the other hand, there's a good chance most of us will never maximize the brightness of our TVs.

The company didn't mention how much these TriChroma laser TVs will cost so we'll just have to wait and see.

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Katherine Clark