Neither OLED nor QLED, this is the first laser display with 8K resolution

Neither OLED nor QLED, this is the first laser display with 8K resolution

Currently there are many technologies that coexist in the Smart tv. In the most basic range we find LCD models, but these will soon disappear in favor of QLEDs and similar technologies from other manufacturers due to their better performance and decreasing price. We also find new technologies such as OLED, QD-OLED, or the latest improvement of the Quantum Dot with Mini LED panels. However, Hisense has gotten ahead of all manufacturers and launched the first laser display of the world with 8K resolution.

The TV manufacturer announced today together with his 8K Mini LED TVs this new model of laser screen. Hisense incorporates Mini LED technology in the premium U9H line for the first time, offering a better user experience when watching content HDR, since it has more local dimming zones to be able to turn them off and on depending on the content. Thanks to this, it is possible to reduce blooming, improve maximum brightness and increase contrast.

Mini LED televisions have been on the market for a year now, since last year there were manufacturers such as LG, Samsung or TCL that announced the first models with this technology, and this year we will also see models improved with it. However, what has caught the attention of Hisense the most is the presentation of a laser television. This technology has been gradually improving its resolution, going through 1080p, 1440p, 4K and now 8K.

Laser TVs that are actually projectors

The “laser televisionsThey are not really televisions as such, but rather screens that receive the image from a laser projector. Hisense’s has a size of 120 inches, bigger than any other TV we can buy today. This system uses technology TriChroma with triple laser, with a spectacular color reproduction, reaching the 107% coverage of BT.2020 color space.

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The projector has 4,000 ANSI lumens of brightness, so high image quality can be enjoyed even in high ambient light situations.

At the moment we do not know more details about the television, but Hisense wants to be at the forefront in the segment of laser projection. In fact, it has introduced new 4K projectors that can even be synchronized to display a movie twice the size. These short throw projectors are a great option for covering a large size without having to mount a projector from the rear. Its price will probably exceed 5,000 euros.

The technology of this screen will also reach short-throw projectors, so for now if we want a 8K laser projector, we will have to settle for this screen.