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Hisense's $10,000 'Laser TV' is a true home cinema in box

It uses a short-throw projector and features a Harman Kardon audio system.
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Hisense announced a new theater system today -- the 100-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart Laser TV -- which is essentially a projector with speakers. The company says it uses movie theater technology to provide crisp, bright images that don't depend on the lighting in the room and Harman Kardon speakers to provide "room-filling sound with virtually no distortion."

The system features a short-throw projector that uses a 3,000 lumens laser light source to project over eight million pixels onto a 100-inch anti-reflective screen that's also incredibly thin and lightweight. The 110-watt Harman Kardon audio system comes with four speakers -- two on each side -- and a 6.5-inch wireless subwoofer. The system also allows you to make use of apps like Netflix, Amazon Video and YouTube.

The projector system is, naturally, on the pricier end, coming in at a cool $9,999, and Hisense says it's available for purchase now through retailers across the country as well as through its website.

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