Hisense, a renowned company known for its top-of-the-line televisions of all sizes, is set to expand its product offerings with a new innovation – home laser projectors. The first in line is the Hisense C1 laser mini projector, set to […]
Hisense, a renowned company known for its top-of-the-line televisions of all sizes, is set to expand its product offerings with a new innovation – home laser projectors. The first in line is the Hisense C1 laser mini projector, set to be available by early 2024. This projector provides a comprehensive and high-quality solution for home movie-watching, offering an immersive visual experience like no other.
The Hisense C1 projection allows for screen sizes ranging from 65 to 300 inches, or 1.6 to 7.6 meters. For optimal viewing, all you need is a wall (preferably white), although using a projector screen is also an excellent choice. The Hisense C1 is the first laser mini projector to receive Dolby Vision certification, ensuring exceptional picture quality. With support for 4K UHD resolution, HDR10 with 1,600 ANSI lumens of brightness, and Dolby Atmos certification for premium sound through JBL speakers from three sources, the Hisense C1 will transform your video-watching experience.
The projector also features auto focus, automatic image adjustment based on the projection surface, and Keystone Correction for perfect alignment of the image. Additionally, the Hisense C1 comes with the VIDAA U6 smart platform, allowing you to stream content from popular digital platforms such as Netflix, Disney+, Amazon Prime, and YouTube. It also supports apps and games through the Hisense digital content store. iPhone and Mac users can take advantage of Airplay 2 and Apple Home functionalities.
Weighing just four and a half kilograms, the Hisense C1 is a compact and portable device that can be placed anywhere in the room. With wired connectivity to the network, the projector features two USB inputs, two HDMI inputs (one of which is 2.0), a 3.5mm audio connector, wireless networking, and two Mini Jack audio outputs.
The Hisense C1 comes with a remote control but can also be controlled through the Amazon Alexa service. With a laser lifespan certification of at least 25,000 hours, equivalent to around 1,050 days of continuous projection or three years of uninterrupted viewing, the Hisense C1 is a device that promises long-lasting and satisfying watching experience.
Expect the Hisense C1 laser mini projector to hit the market by early 2024 – the perfect time to prepare for the most comfortable home cinema experience with your family and friends. All that’s left is for the snow to fall and make your cinema experience perfect!