Projector Reviews

Hisense PX1 TriChroma Laser Cinema Review

The Hisense PX1 is a Tricolor laser-equipped smart ultra-short-throw projector with a brightness rated at 2,000 ANSI lumens priced at an MSRP of $3,299.  The PX1 is the little brother to the Hisense PX1-PRO. The PX1 shares many of the same features and specifications as the PRO model with a few exceptions, which I will cover in more detail below. Even with the exceptions, it is still an attractive option for someone looking to buy a high-performance ultra-short-throw projector while saving a little money in the process.  The Hisense PX1 uses the company’s fifth-generation laser technology, 4K displayed resolution, and […]

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Hisense L5G 4K Smart Laser TV Review

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The Hisense L5G is an X-Fusion laser-equipped, smart, ultra-short-throw projector with a brightness rated at 2,700 ANSI lumens that comes with a screen at $4,499 MSRP (120-inch) and $3,999 MSRP (100-inch).  Hisense introduced the world’s first Laser TV back in 2014. The L5G is Hisense’s fifth-generation Laser TV, designed to deliver more brightness than previous Hisense Laser TV projectors. The Hisense L5G 4K Smart Laser looks to be a compelling addition to the current Hisense line of ultra-short-throw laser projectors. Hisense also produces Laser Cinema projectors that don’t come with a screen and are nearly identical in features to Laser […]

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Hisense Introduces The PX1 TriChroma Laser Cinema UST Projector

Hisense, the company that introduced the world’s first ultra-short-throw (UST) Laser TV back in 2014, has just announced a new addition to their 2022 ultra-short-throw projector line-up: the Hisense PX1 TriChroma Laser Cinema. The PX1 will be joining the Hisense Laser Cinema line of projectors as the little brother to the Hisense PX1-PRO. Be sure to check out our PX1-PRO full review by clicking the link. Hisense classifies the PX1 as a Laser Cinema projector because it does not come with a bundled screen. However, unlike a Hisense Laser TV, the PX1 will work with a wide range of screen […]

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Hisense PX1-PRO TriChroma Laser Cinema Review

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The Hisense PX1-PRO is a Tricolor laser-equipped smart ultra-short-throw projector with a brightness rated at 2,200 ANSI lumens which sells for $3,999 MSRP.  Hisense introduced the world’s first Laser TV back in 2014. Hisense is now on their fifth-generation Laser TVs, and they deliver better picture quality than previous versions. The PX1-PRO is classified as a Laser Cinema. So what does this new Laser Cinema projector offer, and what sets it apart from previous and current Hisense Laser TV models? To start with, the PX1-PRO does not come with a bundled screen, thus reducing the price and allowing you to […]

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Hisense Previews an 8K Laser TV, Adds Dolby Vision to the L9G and Talks Future Laser TV Plans

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January 4, 2022, Las Vegas, NV Hisense CES Keynote Today at the Consumer Electronics Show Hisense Keynote event, David Vanderwaal, Vice President of Marketing for Hisense Americas, announced that his company, which pioneered the laser TV category, would be introducing and showing an 8K-capable version of its ultra-short-throw laser TV product at the Hisense booth starting tomorrow. Last year Hisense introduced their 100-inch L9G powered by the company’s award-winning TriChroma laser light engine, including the award they received from us here at Projector Reviews. Check out the full review of the Hisense L9G TriChroma Laser TV. Now in 2022 Hisense […]

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Hisense Introduces The PX1-PRO TriChroma Laser Cinema

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Today Hisense announced the latest addition to their ultra-short-throw projector lineup: The PX1-PRO TriChroma Laser Cinema. It seems like only yesterday we were reviewing the Hisense L9G which is an excellent, if not one of the best, ultra-short-projectors in its class. Technology never stands still, and today’s announcement of the PX1-PRO, the latest in their growing line of smart ultra-short throw laser projectors, has me excited about putting this projector through its paces.  The PX1-PRO is classified as a Laser Cinema. So what does this new Laser Cinema projector offer, and what sets it apart from previous and current Hisense […]

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Hisense Announces New 120” and 100” L5G Laser TV Systems

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by Philip Boyle Today at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada Hisense announced the latest edition to their home cinema Laser TV lineup. Hisense has been producing ultra-short-throw premium home projection products since 2014 when they introduced their first Laser TV. The L5 series continues the Hisense industry-leading expansion into the Laser TV category and the Hisense trend of producing groundbreaking, technologically cutting-edge Laser TV products for the home theater marketplace. Hisense continues to bring the cinema experience home with a new version of the L5G Laser TV. With both 100” and 120” sizes, the L5G provides […]

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Hisense L9G TriChroma Laser TV 4K Review

Hisense L9G Best in Class Award

The Hisense L9G is a Tricolor laser-equipped smart ultra-short-throw projector with a brightness rated at 3,000 ANSI lumens. These types of projectors are commonly referred to as “Laser TVs”. They are called Laser TV because these projectors are designed to be a viable replacement for a flat panel television. For these projectors to qualify as a TV replacement, they have to offer three things. One, it has to be able to be used day or night. Two, it has to deliver a vibrant color regardless of ambient room light and, three projectors have to have all the functionality expected to […]

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