Hisense 120″ L5F Laser Cinema brings the movie theater experience to homes

It’s already available and priced at $4999.99

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If you’re missing watching movies in theaters, Hisense may have a solution for you. The company just introduced its L5F Laser Cinema which offers a complete home theater solution that runs on the Android TV platform and includes a new 120-degree ambient light rejecting screen.

Equipped with an X-Fusion Laser Light Source, the L5F boasts “razor-sharp and precise” images thanks to its blue laser light source. It’s able to reach almost 2,700 lumens and produce over a billion colors to recreate natural and life-like images. For resolution, it offers 4K UHD powered by Texas Instrument DLP Theater Technology that the company says brings out detail and brightness only seen in cinemas. Additionally, Hisense assures its customers that its X-Fusion technology can last up to 25,000+ hours of use.

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Finding a place for the L5F won’t be a problem either thanks to its 120-degree ambient light-rejecting screen. It can be positioned as close as 13.8-inches from the wall since Hisense categorizes the L5F as an ultra-short throw projection. Additional features include HDR10 capability, Digital Micromirror Device which provides smoother motion even in fast-paced situations like in sports or action movies.

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Hisense is also equipping the L5F with 30W speakers supported by dbx-tv digital audio technology drivers. Additionally, as mentioned earlier, it will be running on the Android TV platform so users will be able to download apps like Netflix, HBO Max, Spotify, and more through the Google Play Store as well as cast and use Google Assistant for various tasks.

The L5 Laser Cinema is already available at Amazon and other retailers for $4999.99.

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