100 inches of wholesome goodness! But it’s not a TV, though, this latest launch from Hisense. Not the in the traditional sense. The company has basically created a last projection system.
Which is made up of a 100-inch screen that hangs on a wall, and a projector that sits a few inches from the wall below the screen. Hisense says that this two-piece ultra-short-throw laser projection system is able to even distribute color and deliver a crisp, bright picture thanks to its antiglare screen.
Regardless of ambient light.
And to top it all off, it comes with a viewing angle that is wider than a LCD TV.
The company further claims that the screen is simple to hang, without any wires of intrusive installation, which is certainly a plus for this latest creation.
What is not a plus, is its high price tag of $10,000. At this price point you can get a selection of some of the best televisions that are available on the market right now — screens that feature OLED panels, or come with the latest home theater technologies like Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos.
Nevertheless, getting back to the Hisense, the system uses a proprietary light source that is rated for an impressive 20,000 hours. A Texas Instruments 4K DLP chip delivers bright picture in any room, and brightness is specified at 3,000 lumens.
The projector also has a TV tuner built-in for over the air content, and also makes use of the Hisense Smart TV interface that provides direct access to Netflix, Amazon Video, Pandora, YouTube, and several other apps.
It can also upscale standard content to 4K resolution, and comes with two HDMI inputs.
On the audio side of things, the system features a 2.1-channel Harmon Kardon system with four speakers, plus a standalone wireless subwoofer with a 6.5-inch driver. Hisense rates the total power output at 100 watts, which is more than enough for most home theater use cases.
You can find out more details about this latest unveil here.