Launch of Hisense's first retractable laser TV with Harmon / Kardon sound

China's Hisense has announced the world's first retractable laser TV. The announcement was made by the company at the 3rd Global Forum for the Development of Laser Display Technology and Industry.

Introducing the new TV, Yu Zhitao, vice president of the Hisense Group holding company, said, the laser display is actually a suite of space solutions. The world's first Hisense laser moving screen TV is just the beginning. 

This Hisense new retractable laser TV features a large 77-inch display panel, proprietary curled screen technology, and full-color laser technology. It supports a high resolution 4K HDR, the ultra-wide color gamut of 107% BT.2020, and a maximum brightness of 350 cd / m 2.

There are practically no bezels on the sides of the screen, but they are at the top and bottom. So far, Hisense has applied for over 70 patents related to this laser TV. It features a Transvision visual processor and Harmon / Kardon speakers for theater-grade sound.

The TV is manufactured using high-tech aviation-grade materials and meets the requirements for torsional flexibility and rigidity in working order.

This new Hisense laser TV is currently available for booking on, but the company has yet to disclose pricing or release date information. The device will go on sale later this year.

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