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Hisense VIDAA Max 100-inch Laser “cinema TV” projector announced

Sam Loveridge

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Hisense VIDAA Max 100

Hisense has announced the VIDAA Max 100-inch Laser Cinema TV, bringing a huge cinema experience to a more affordable price bracket.

During its CE 2015 press conference, Hisense announced the VIDAA Max, a short throw laser projector capable of beaming an 100-inch image from a tiny distance of just two feet.

The VIDAA Max uses a blue laser diode light source that can provide over 25,000 hours of viewing enjoyment with no degradation of colour or brightness.

It doesn’t require its own dedicated display, meaning it’s a portable solution for those looking for a 100-inch cinema experience.

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“Hisense is world renowned for its investment in and development of emerging technologies,” said Dr. Lin Lan, EVP of Hisense Group and GM of HiSense International Company. “We are proud to bring the VIDAA Max 100-inch Laser TV to the North American market and offer another example of our commitment to highly-efficient, low-power, high-quality products at an affordable price.”

As for connectivity, the Hisense VIDAA Max comes complete with component, composite, VGA and USB ports, as well as WiDi.

The VIDAA also has 5.1 Dolby-DTA sound support and has built-in subwoofers. Then there’s 5.8G wireless surround Bluetooth speakers.

There’s no word on a price or release date as yet.

Prem Desai

January 5, 2015, 10:43 pm

No mention of resolution. I'm assuming it's not UHD ..??

Peter

January 6, 2015, 1:18 am

It's HD not UHD

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January 6, 2015, 8:07 pm

How is it bringing the experience to a more affordable price bracket when there is no available information as to how much it is or when it'll be available?

The Hisense stuff does tend to be cheaper than many other brands, but their reliability has been mixed. I bought one of their 40" sets with the built in Roku player last month and have been happy with it as a spare room set. But some of their tv's have horrible reviews and the customer service is reported to be practically nonexistent.

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