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Apr. 11, 19 | 12:23 pm

Hisense launched the 100-inch 4K UHD Laser TV which is the latest addition to the award-winning series.

The 4K Laser TV has the X-Fusion Laser Light Engine™ which can accurately display a wide array of colors and hues. The Hisense Laser TV can reach 115% of DCI-P3 color space which most regular LED TVs cannot achieve.

The Laser TV which comes the TI DMD® chip enables the reproduction of amazingly fast motion speeds with a 32 micro-seconds refresh rate for 8.3 million pixels, creating an unrivaled viewing experience that must be seen to be believed. Where giant LED screens have an ugly, intrusive installation, the Hisense Laser TV’s thin, lightweight, 100″ screen fits snugly on the wall wirelessly and elegantly.

It doesn’t require a specially darkened environment or messy equipment like most projectors styled as TVs do. The Hisense Laser TV will make you see your walls in a whole new light. Add JBL® surround sound, a TV DVB-T2/S2 tuner, Wi-Fi and tons of built-in apps and you have Hisense 4K Laser TV as a truly amazing package at an unbeatable value.

During a lavish event held at Atlantis – The Palm, in Dubai, where 170 delegates from 26 countries in MEA region had participated, the Global CEO of Hisense International Ltd. Mr. Xin Liu, along with Mr. Jerry Managing Director of MEA region, and Mr. Jason Managing Director of Hisense Middles East, launched the 100-inch 4K UHD Laser TV in the Middle East and Africa region.

“More and more customers are demanding larger-than-life televisions and we’re thrilled to announce the Laser TV range in our 2019 line up.” said Mr. Jerry.

“This big and elegant TV is yet another example of our commitment to bringing consumers more choice at the premium end of the market” he said.

“Globally, Hisense has invested heavily in the research and development of its proprietary laser technology, and the result is a truly innovative and exceptional TV, that provides an unparalleled home cinema experience.” said Mr. Jason, Managing Director Hisense Middle East.

Hisense MENA has gained substantial brand awareness and a continuously growing consumer base. In 2018, the business of the TV category has increased by 14% over 2017 even though most markets in the GCC showed a decline. The year 2019 will be an ambitious year with Hisense targeting its TV business growth of 25%-30% over 2018. The FIFA World Cup sponsorship has helped Hisense gain substantial brand awareness which is helping to drive sales across the region, especially for premium products.

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