CES 2015: Hisense’s latest TV is laser-powered
Hisense today announced the Vidaa Max 100-inch Cinema Laser TV. While Hisesne call the Vidaa Max a TV, the unit takes the form of short-range laser projector than can display a 100-inch image from a distance of 60 centimetres. The Chinese TV manufacturer describe the Vidaa Max as a "panel free display", meaning it can easily be moved from room to room.
The Vidaa Max boasts a resolution of 1080p, an output brightness of 7000 lumens and will feature standard inputs such as HDMI, component, composite, USB and Bluetooth. Hisenese claims that the unit's blue laser light source has a lifespan of 25,000 hours.
“Hisense is world renowned for its investment in and development of emerging technologies," said Dr. Lin Lan, General Manager of Hisense International. "We are proud to bring the Vidaa Max 100-inch Laser TV to the North American market and offer another example of our commitment to highly-efficient, low-power, high-quality products at an affordable price.”
Hisense did not confirm a price point for the Vidaa Max. The Vidaa Max will see an Australian launch later this year.