Building upon its popular line of laser TVs, Hisense has introduced its new PX1 4K Ultra-Short Throw (UST) projector.
The new UST projector features the company’s triple laser TriChroma light engine that is said to deliver color spaces as broad as BT.2020 achieving more than 107% of the standard. Designed for use with screens of 100- or 120-inches wide, the PX1 also incorporates 4K with HDR, and state-of-the- art HDMI technologies that include eARC and Auto Low Latency Mode.
Hisense points out the PX1 UST projector also incorporates features such as its Variable Focus, and it is capable of producing up to 2,000 lumens of brightness.
Other options the laser-based projector offers include Filmmaker Mode, which is said to disable several image processing features to allow users to see the same pictures as Hollywood directors. Hisense notes the projector’s Game Mode detects when a gaming source is the active source component to automatically adjust the projector’s settings to maximize the gaming experience.
In addition, through the PX1’s laser light engine, the UST projector delivers as many as 25,000 hours of operational life with no maintenance, and it comes with the Android TV operating system that offers a full array of smart TV services, and built-in WiSA wireless speaker system connectivity.