Hisense Revives Laser TV

Since first showing its ‘Vidaa’ laser TV prototype at CES 2015, Hisense has been demonstrating the product at every trade show it has attended, including IFA and CES 2016 (when it was called the ‘LaserCast TV’). Hisense officially launched the TV at an event in Paris, shortly before the finals of the UEFA 2016 final – which the company sponsored.

Hisense aims to produce large screens at affordable sizes. The LaserCast TV combines a 100″ rear-projection screen with an ultra-short throw UltraHD laser projector and costs just over $10,000. For comparison, says Hisense, 100″ UltraHD LCD TVs cost between $90,000 and $100,000.

We have asked Hisense for more information and will update you when we have it.