It's Brian with Next Projection, ProjectorScreen.com and 4kprojectors.com, here to do an unboxing video of the brand new Hisense 100L5F. This is their latest ultra short throw 4k laser projector in their laser TV series.
We're going to give you a first glimpse of the projector coming out of the package as well as projecting onto the screen. So y'all ready to see what's inside. I know I am. Let's do it.
What comes with the Hisesne 100L5F Laser TV?
All right, we’ll cut the tape and open the box. The first thing that we're going to see here is some of the included accessories.
- 2 sets of special white gloves for assembling the screen that comes bundled with it.
- Power cable
- Remote control with voice assist
- Batteries for the remote
- A special surprise: a little blower for blowing dust off of the screen, as well as a brush for cleaning the screen surface
- Microfiber cloth
- HTMI cable
- Instruction manuals
- Warranty information
- Lots of protective Styrofoam
And now, the moment we've all been waiting for the projector itself.
So let's make a little bit more space here on the table and unwrap this bad boy.
The projector is very sleek looking and seems to be a combination of both plastic and aluminum. It has black/gray coloring, which is kind of unique right now as most of the competitive units are only coming out in white. I personally think the black looks much better and fits in, in more living room environments.
It features integrated speakers in the front with some real nice looking fabric covering it.
The recessed lens channel has an interesting texture to it.
Let’s spin this guy around and see what we got around back. Here's where all of our inputs are. We see multiple HTMI ports, optical audio out RCA, audio out service ports, USB with both power Coaxial input for its built-in cable TV tuner.
A safety sensor will shut down or dim the laser when it senses something in its path.
How does the Hisesne 100L5F Look?
Alright, let's fire it up and see how this looks.
What we're going to be displaying right here is the built in video that comes with this projector, the store mode video, the intent of this video is for use in a retail or a showroom environment so that when a potential customer is walking by, it catches their eye and immediately makes them want to flag down a salesperson and say, take my money. Let's see if it lives up to the hype.
Boom, right out of the gate, bang, you can see this thing is bright. Now it is running in vivid mode in the store mode display. As you may experience in any sort of retail environment with a television or a projector, or where it's really supposed to be striking, not necessarily how we calibrate it for a cinema environment, but as you can see, we've got a tremendous amount of light on in this room and this image is popping, right? So this projector is kicking out 2,700 of lumens through a single laser, through a four segment color wheel. It's also utilizing the 0.47 inch DLP chip.
You can Easily see the level of detail on the texture of this ice cream. That's being scooped here looks fantastic.
This juice Is making me thirsty. There is no doubt about it.
Now the video is moving kind of fast. So I may be a little bit behind in the commentary that I'm making here, but what I see is a phenomenal contrast between the blue of the tablecloth, the yellow and the white of the plate.
So let's let this thing cycle again, start it from the top and look at it a little bit more content before we take a break and move on to our next video.
Again, very deep vivid blues with great detail of the sprinkling on the snow, nice bright whites, phenomenal differentiation of color here between the yellow of the liquid, the green of the foliage, Really sharp level of detail. Seeing all of the little like chasms in between the leaves, Really bright whites, but still maintaining a great level of detail inside of there. I mean, citrus, that looks good enough to eat right off of this screen.
Phenomenal level of detail in those water droplets. As you can see right here, same thing with all of these spices.
And that looks like a fantastic avocado.
So enough of me talking about all the fruit here, obviously what we've got going on here is a killer image, really bright in a very well-lit room. So if you're interested in seeing more about this, we're gonna do another video. We're going to get into all the different picture modes and the nuances of this projector. So if you're interested and you're watching us on YouTube, make sure that you subscribe to our channel. So you get notification when this next video comes out. We'd appreciate it. If you like this video, if you have any questions, leave a comment here on this video, or don't hesitate to hit us up at ProjectorScreen.com. And until next time I'm Brian take care.