Hisense has confirmed the arrival of its 120-inch Laser Cinema (120L5FSET) into major retailers across Australia.

Available for MSRP $7,999, the Laser Cinema boasts a 120-inch screen with 4K Ultra HD resolution and over eight million megapixels, in addition to High Dynamic Range (HDR).

Hisense’s proprietary X-Fusion technology adopts precise light sources to deliver 2,700 lumens of brightness, more than 85% luminance uniformity and the ability to withstand 25,000-plus hours of entertainment.

Paired with an ambient light rejection screen (ALR), surrounding light or glare won’t affect picture quality, and ensures bright and crisp images. The Ultra Short Throw projector console can project 4K visuals onto the screen from just over 35cm from the wall.

Other notable features include Dolby Atmos sound, built-in TV tuner for free-to-air viewing and Hisense’s proprietary VIDAA operating system, VIDAA U4, which leverages artificial intelligence and intuitive voice control to access streaming services.

Hisense Australia national communications manager, Kevin King Cabeliza said the Laser Cinema provides Australians with a genuine home cinema to experience action like never before.

“With the inclusion of a 120-inch screen, our Laser Cinema delivers exceptional resolution, astonishing depth, and razor-sharp detail, coupled with cinema-grade sound thanks to Dolby Atmos. With the rise of streaming services, it is perfectly placed for Australians looking to emulate a cinema sized viewing experience from the comfort of their home,” he said.