Hisense is a rising star in the projector industry, one with a rather interesting lineup. They call their projectors Laser TVs due to their bright, TV-like appearance – that is, no real need to darken the room. Last year at CEDIA 2017, we got to see a demo of one of their ultra short throw projectors, which was nicely bright and extra sharp. Since then, the brand has extended their line and feature set with two new series – its models being shown at CEDIA 2018, right now in San Diego. The projectors start at $3,999.99 and special discounts are being given to those who purchase at CEDIA – inquire at Booth #2401.
These new models offer screen sizes from 88 inches to 120 inches – much larger than the average TV, to provide an immersive experience of your content. Each comes complete with the Texas Instruments 4K UHD DLP Chip, and feature Adaptive Light Control, which adjusts the brightness of the projected image to keep the picture vibrant, no matter what time of day. The new projectors from the L8E and L10E series rivel the smartest of TVs – Amazon Alexa voice activated, and come with built-in apps for Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, YouTube, Vudu, TikiLive, and more.
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