Hisense debuts PX2-PRO UST laser cinema projector

posted on Thursday, 12th October 2023 by Steve May

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Hisense has expanded its projector roster with a new ultra short throw model, the PX2-PRO. Superseding last year’s PX1-PRO, the newcomer employs TriChroma laser technology to deliver 107 per cent of the BT2020 colour standard.

A notable upgrade from the PX1 model is the transition from the Android smart TV platform to Vidaa U6. This shift introduces the convenience of Netflix access, alongside other content platforms.

Peak brightness has also been increased from 2100 to 2400 Lumens.

Connectivity includes 3 HDMI ports for TV set top box connection, games console or Blu-ray player. Digital Lens Focus technology ensures a sharp 4k image, variable between 90- to 130-inches.

Like its predecessor, the PX2-PRO features a fully-integrated sound system, as well as support for external audio systems via HDMI ARC. The projector needs only a blank wall or dedicated screen to offer an immersive viewing experience in a living room, bedroom, or dedicated cinema space.

Product Manager at Hisense UK, Matthew Glynn, said: “We’re proud to announce the latest addition to our Laser Projection offering which marks a significant step forward in the world of home entertainment. We’re committed to pushing boundaries with our home entertainment tech and are always striving to provide our customers with innovation and excellence – which is exactly what the PX2-PRO represents.”

At this Summer’s IFA technology show in Berlin, Hisense further cemented its interest in the home projector market by unveiling its three-strong C1 4k laser projector series.

These cube-shaped projectors, which include a portable C1 Air model with a carry handle, have yet to receive a launch date in the UK, but will interest installers because of their compact form factor and high brightness output.

All feature a Tri-colour laser light engine, with a brightness rating of 1600 lumens and 110 per cent of BT.2020.

Hisense has also partnered with Leica to produce the first Leica-branded laser projector, the Leica Cine 1, a high-end model which has just launched in the UK.

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology specialist who also writes for T3TechRadarHome Cinema Choice, Trusted Reviews and The Luxe Review.

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