For those who don’t want to clutter their living rooms with a TV, short throw projectors are a good alternative, although sometimes depending on the model you have, it might not be as good in terms of quality and features compared to a regular TV. However, at CES 2021, Hisense is hoping to change that with some bold claims.
The company has unveiled their new TriChroma Laser TVs, which are essentially short throw projectors, that they are offering in 100-inch or 75-inch variants. However, what makes these TriChroma Laser TVs different from other short throw projectors is that Hisense is claiming that these are the only displays that can meet the BT2020 color standard.
They are going as far as claiming that the image quality coming out from the device is apparently 50% “better” in terms of color compared to “high-end cinema”. It also boasts 430 nits which is brighter than your average projector, although still falling short of high-end LCD TVs that can go up to 1,000 nits, but then again, there’s a good chance most of us never max out our TVs brightness.
The company has not mentioned how much these TriChroma Laser TVs will cost, so we’ll just have to wait and see.