Published on January 4th, 2023 | by Adrian Gunning

Hisense ANZ goes bigger on Laser for home entertainment in 2023

Hisense ANZ, a leader in consumer electronics today announces the expansion of its premium Laser TV range at CES® 2023, with the unveiling of three new highly-anticipated offerings spanning Laser TV and Laser Cinema categories.

Hisense will bring to market the latest iteration of its acclaimed 100” and 120” L9H TriChroma Laser TV. Meanwhile, the addition of the PL1H Laser Cinema andPX1H TriChroma Laser Cinema will strive to offer Australians more choice when it comes to home entertainment.

As a pioneer in the industry, Hisense has consistently driven the innovation and development of Laser displays. With over a decade of experience and more than 1,300 patents, Hisense prides itself on creating products with class-leading picture quality, astonishingly bright visuals and award-winning Dolby Atmos technologY.

In response to increasing demand from customers throughout 2022, the expansion of Hisense’s Laser range for this year caters not only for those exploring a big screen setup at home, but also for customers looking to upgrade their existing home cinema technology.

Gideon Lui, Head of Marketing, Hisense ANZ said: “Over the last year, the local appetite for our premium Laser technology has increased significantly, particularly as buyers look more to this fast-growing category for home entertainment solutions. Australians are continuing to invest in upgrading their home, and our Laser range provides the ultimate end-to-end cinematic viewing experience – all from the comfort of their lounge room or dedicated cinema space.”

“What’s exciting about this new range is the level of choice we can now offer. As an innovative market leader for attainable tech, we’ve paid close attention to the needs of our customers and expanded our range to include Laser TV and Laser Cinema categories, with different environments and needs front of mind.”

L9H TriChroma Laser TV: Bigger, brighter colours and added features for Australian homes

For those looking for a turnkey cinema solution, Hisense’s 2023 L9H TriChroma Laser TV series is available with both 100 and 120” options.

Boasting 4K picture quality, Hisense’s Laser TV products utilise Dolby Vision, the go-to for cinematic excellence, and TriChroma X-Fusion Laser Light technology to set the benchmark for cinema performance, projecting high-resolution imagery that’s true to life anywhere in the home.

Paired with Hisense’s latest Ambient Light Rejection (ALR) screen – which rejects 85% of unwanted light during operation – the Laser TV’s 3,000 lumens allow the system to boast shimmering highlights, bold colours and deep blacks. Packaging up the total solution for Australian customers, the ALR screen is complementary with purchase, and is specifically calibrated to the Laser TV unit.

Life-like picture quality is supported by microsecond-level processor response times, alongside the addition of Motion Estimation/Motion Compensation (MEMC) technology. Allowing for the smooth motion of fast moving images, both features further enhance the viewing experience of content across all genres – from live sport and action movies, to gaming. Supported by built-in Dolby Atmos Audio, the L9H TriChroma Laser TV delivers clear speech, crisp highs, and booming lows for that ultimate home viewing experience.

Selecting content to watch on the Laser TV has never been easier or faster. With Hisense’s proprietary operating system, VIDAA U6, users’ favourite streaming services are compiled in a curated homepage, swapping scrolling time for watching time. With the recent addition of AirPlay 2, both Apple and Android users can now stream content straight from their devices.

Laser Cinema: A personalised short-throw experience

Hisense ANZ will launch two Laser Cinema options across in 2023 – the single laser PL1H, which is available now, alongside the all-new TriChroma Laser Cinema offering, the PX1H.

While the PL1H variable short-throw Laser Cinema console with a variable screen size between 80-120”, the PX1H will provide an upgraded solution for those looking for exceptional adaptability. Pushing the boundaries – literally and figuratively – the PX1H will allow the user to adjust between 90-130″, utilising a suitable wall or existing screen in the home.

Specifically, the PX1H console’s ultra-short throw technology delivers a throw ratio of 0.25, offering a maximum screen size of 130”. Despite the sheer size of the screen, the console is only required to sit just under 49cm away from the wall itself, delivering superior adaptability when looking for the perfect place to setup your viewing experience.

As with the 2023 TriChroma L9H Laser TV, the PX1H TriChroma Laser Cinema features state of the art visual and audio technology, including 4K picture quality, TriChroma X-Fusion Laser Light, Dolby Vision HDR and Dolby Atmos Audio.

VIDAA U6 – as with the L9H TriChroma series – remains a key feature of the PX1H, delivering personalised content in a concise and curated homepage.

“As we look towards the future, Hisense will continue to innovate its Laser offering: from size and resolution to advancements in cinema technology. It’s all part of our continued investment in the R&D of Laser technology, with innovation, adaptability and attainability front of mind,” concluded Lui.

Pricing and availability for Hisense’s Australian Laser range will be available in due course. For more information, visit https://ces2023.hisense.com.au/.

About the Author


Adrian lives in Melbourne Australia and has a huge passion for gaming, technology and pop culture. He recently finished his a Bachelor of Journalism and is currently focusing on games journalism. When not writing and playing video games, Adrian can be found in Comics 'R' Us debating the pros of the DC Universe and cons of the Marvel Universe.

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