Hisense is welcoming a new addition to its Laser TV range with the 120-inch TriChroma Laser cinema (120L9G) unveiled at the 2022 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

Supported by a decade of experience in the Laser TV category, Hisense has advanced from single laser short throw technology to tri-laser.

The new 120-inch TriChroma Laser Cinema will deliver higher resolution and lifelike images supported by microsecond level processor response times and smooth motion of fast-moving images thanks to Motion Estimation Motion Compensation (MEMC) technology.

The short-throw projector can be positioned inches from the wall and includes all the sources, speakers and the same VIDAA U operating system found on other Hisense TVs.

The flagship feature of the 120L9G is the TriChroma X-Fusion Laser Light technology which allows high resolution imagery to be beamed onto a 120-inch ambient light rejection screen. The screen, included with purchase, enhances the quality and brightness of the image from the short throw projector to suit all lighting conditions.

“The last 18 months have seen the modern television evolve into a hub for home entertainment with on demand streaming services, content and movies now considered everyday staples,” Hisense Australia head of marketing, Nick Peters said.

“Our Laser TV and Laser Cinema range allows us to deliver Hisense customers a viewing experience that truly delights. As a market leader and manufacturer of premium appliances, we’ve paid close attention to the needs of our consumers, and the 120-inch TriChroma Laser Cinema is testament to this.”

The 120-inch TriChroma Laser Cinema will be available in Australia in April 2022. Pricing will be confirmed closer to launch.

This article was written in collaboration with Tech Guide’s Stephen Fenech who travelled to Las Vegas with support from LG, Samsung and Hisense.