Hisense has added a new package deal for their L5F ultra-short throw laser projector that originally began shipping last fall—the 120L5F 4K Laser TV. The package includes the Hisense L5F ultra-short throw projector and a new 120-inch ambient light rejecting (ALR) screen together for $5,000.
The Hisense 120-inch ALR screen is made with microscopic ridges that are designed to reflect the light from the L5F 4K Laser TV towards the viewers eyes while simultaneously absorbing or deflecting ambient light from other locations away. The L5F—that measures 6.2 x 21.5 x 13.6 inches (HWD) and weighs 24.3 pounds—sits only 13.8 inches from the screen to fill the full 120-inch diagonal.
Like the L5F that comes with the 100L5F 4K Laser TV package, the 120L5F has a rated light output of 2,700 lumens, exceeds 100% of the Rec.709 color gamut and covers 83% of the DCI-P3 color gamut. HDR is supported through both HDR10 and HLG.
The 4K (3840x2160) DLP projector uses a blue X-Fusion laser light source that runs through yellow phosphor before passing through the projector's color wheel to generate the image. It is a no-maintenance light source that lasts for at least 25,000 hours.
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To provide streaming options, the L5F runs on the Android TV platform that Hisense also uses in their TV line. Thousands of apps—including the most popular like Netflix, Disney+, Hulu, Prime Video, and HBO Max—are available to install through the Google Play store. Built-in Chromecast support allows for content to be streamed from computers and mobile devices, and the voice-activated Google Assistant can be used to control the projector from the remote's microphone. Alexa is supported as well.
There are four HDMI 2.0 inputs (one with ARC), Ethernet, two USB, a digital optical out, and an RF antenna input.
The Hisense 120L5F 4K Laser TV is available now from select retailers.