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Hisense and Texas Instruments continue to advance Laser TV technology

Hisense, which stepped into the laser display field 15 years ago, has been focusing on the development of 4K and 8K technologies by collaborating with Texas Instruments for the last 10 years.

Monday, December 26, 2022

Hisense and Texas Instruments continue to advance Laser TV technology

Hisense and Texas Instruments continue to advance Laser TV technology - Photograph by Courtesy of Hisense

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Taner Korkmaz

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At the Hisense Global Partners Conference held in Qatar on December 18, 2022, Hisense highlighted the contribution of its long-standing collaboration with Texas Instruments in the development of new Laser TV technologies.

Over the past years, Hisense has successfully developed a new and advanced laser imaging technology using DLP technology developed by Texas Instruments. With this new technology, Hisense Laser TVs deliver ultra-high definition images with less power.

The first Hisense 4K Laser TV used Texas Instruments DLP .66" chipset and became a highly preferred laser TV with its performance. Hisense continued to use Texas Instruments DLP .47" chipset in Laser 4K screens up to 120 inches. Most recently, Texas Instruments chose to use the DLP .94" chipset for its first 8K Laser TV this year, which offers four times more pixels than 4K TVs.

Hisense and Texas Instruments have succeeded in taking Laser display technology further each time with their cooperation so far, and both technology giants plan to continue this cooperation and develop more advanced technologies in the coming years.

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