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Hisense’s huge 100-inch 4K projector/TV hybrid is finally coming to Australia

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Announced at CES 2019, Hisense Australia has revealed that it will bring its gargantuan 100-inch laser TV to local market sometime in the first half of this year. 

Using ultra short-throw projector technology, the Hisense L10E is able to project a 100-inch image onto a lightweight screen from a distance of only 19cm. 

Described as a '4K Dual Colour laser TV', the television's X-Fusion Laser Light Engine combines two laser diodes – one red and one blue – to display beautiful HDR10 colours, along with sharper image quality.

Hisense's Laser TV is also able to deliver fast motion images and high refresh rates thanks to its built-in MEMC Technology with microsecond processor response, making it ideal for gaming and sports-watching. 

In terms of sound, the Laser TV's projector console delivers JBL Cinema Sound via its 14 built-in speakers (powered by dbx-tv audio enhancement technology) and an additional wireless subwoofer for room-shaking bass. 

Of course, the 100-inch Laser TV will include a built-in TV tuner, along with access to hundreds of smart TV apps, including Netflix, Stan and YouTube. 

At present, Hisense has yet to announce Australian pricing or availability for its 100-inch Laser TV, though don't expect it to be cheap – on Hisense's US retail site, the 100-inch L10E is priced at US$9,999.99 (around AUD$14,044) .

Thankfully, customers in metropolitan areas will be able to save some cash by receiving Hisense's 'Premium White Glove installation service' as part of their purchase. 

Stephen Lambrechts

Stephen primarily covers phones and entertainment for TechRadar's Australian team, and has written professionally across the categories of tech, film, television and gaming for over a decade. He's obsessed with smartphones, televisions, and consuming all forms of media at the highest quality possible. He's also likely to talk a person’s ear off at the mere mention of Android, cats, retro sneaker releases or boutique Blu-ray labels.