Hisense showcased its latest advancements in laser televisions during a press conference Monday ahead of CES.
Executives said the company will add a 75-inch option for its H8G quantum ULED TV, available in the United States this spring. Officials also talked about the L5 laser TV, with a $5,999 pricetag.
David Gold, vice president of consumer electronics for Hisense USA, said Hisense is the fastest-growing television brand in the U.S.
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Laser TV has much larger screens than traditional options, less eye strain, true-to-life colors and is environmentally responsible, said Xianrong Liu with Hisense. “We are confident that we will bring laser TV to more countries.”
The first prototype of Laser TV was unveiled at CES 2012, Liu said. “Since Laser TV was introduced by Hisense, it has achieved great success in China.”
He said laser TVs are the number growth category in TV sales.
Hisense’s world’s first dual-cell TV was announced at CES in 2019, company officials said.
The company’s TV sales reached more than 20 million units and overseas sales revenue increased more than 20 percent in 2019, said Lan Lin with Hisense.