Hisense 100″ 4K Dual Color Laser TV Review

Hisense launched new models in their line of 4K Laser TVs at CEDIA 2018 which adds a dual-laser system to bring a wider range of color, supporting Wide Color Gamut and HDR video, to the ultra short throw 4K projector. Home theater geek Scott Wilkinson gives his thoughts on the 100L10E with Leo Laporte on ‘The New Screen Savers.’
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Comments

Ove-Andre Aasheim says:

Why not buy a UST (ultra short throw) 4k projector?

Carl Ryan says:

Looks (sounds) pretty good but $10,000? Better off buying a smaller but better dynamic range flat panel. The technology is very interesting and will likely come down in price and be affordable in a few years.

projectordude says:

$10K LOL cant compete with Flat panels or 4k projectors costing 1/2 as much with light rejecting screen Hisense nonsense

Tristyn Russelo says:

HDaren’t… HDRn’t.. there’s something there…

John Kerr says:

Glad to see some product reviews again, Leo. If you have to do them on YouTube rather than doing a separate review show, ok.

markanne54 says:

Does it do 3D?

VTOLfreak says:

Can it accept a 120hz input signal? As good as the picture quality is, if it cannot accept a 120hz input signal it is NOT suitable for any serious gaming.

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