The Hisense L9G laser TV features a short throw projector capable of delivering images between 75in and 120in (190cm to 305cm) without distortion.
Epson regularly wins awards for its top quality products, and it’s not a case of if, but when Epson would win another, with an iF Design Award for 2021 the latest it can add to its trophy cabinet for its photo printers, large format printers and a smart laser projection TV.
Inventor of the EcoTank technology that delivers two years of ink, and groundbreaking innovations decades before that, Epson’s continuing legacy of printing, display and product creation products have just been updated, ready for 2021 and beyond, showing the march of ever improved technology from the big players continues to augment humanity for the better, and it continues unabated!
Epson Australia’s new EpiqVision EH-LS300B smart laser projection TV system arrives in January 2021, delivering immersive image sizes up to 120 inches, in a real alternative to a traditional TV.
Joining multifunction printers in the EcoTank and EcoTank Photo range is the new ET-5800, a new EcoTank Pro ET-5800 that’s an A4 wireless all-in-one printer. Epson says it “offers fast, cartridge-free printing with enough ink to print up to 4,500 pages black and 2,800 pages in colour - and easy-to-fill ink tanks providing low cost printing”.
At CES 2018, Hisense announced that Australia would be the first country to receive Hisense-branded OLED TVs, for even though TV makers all have tech to compete against OLED panels, it's clearly worth offering an OLED choice to custsomers who want it.
Laser TVs were previewed more than a decade ago, but with Hisense bringing a 100-inch model to life, alongside its ULED range, the Hisense competitive spirit is clearly firing up and getting set to stun.
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