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Go big for the Superbowl with $2,600 off this 100-inch 4K Android Laser TV

Hisense L5 Series 100in Android Laser Tv Hero
Hisense L5 Series 100in Android Laser Tv Hero (Image credit: Hisense)

With the Superbowl just about a week away, time's running out to replace your current TV if you were hoping to find a better way to watch the game. Laser TV projectors are making larger, and more gorgeous, displays more accessible for your home. For instance, this Hisense L5 Series 4K UHD Android Smart Laser TV (opens in new tab) offers a massive 100-inch display in 4K UHD with HDR support and only needs to sit about 11 inches away from the wall!

This model regularly sells for up to $5,000, though right now you can score one on sale at BuyDig for $2,399 (opens in new tab) when you use promo code NAH2 during checkout. That saves you $600 off its current sale price at Amazon (opens in new tab), though the discounted price will not show until the final checkout page.

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The Hisense Android 4K UHD Smart Laser TV offers a massive 100-inch display when it's sitting just 11 inches away from the wall. Today's deal saves you $2600 off when you use the following promo code at checkout.

Hisense's L5 Series Laser TV isn't just a smart TV; it has the Android OS built-in for more functionality than many other smart TVs can offer. That means you can download apps directly from the Google Play store or use the Google Assistant to navigate around with your voice. This TV was designed to offer a cinema-like picture through a combination of its 100-inch ambient light-rejecting screen and dbx-tv cinematic sound, along with HDR support and MEMC technology which makes fast-moving images smoother and more clear. There are even embedded 30W speakers for rich, detailed sound.

With the Android OS built into this TV, you'll be able to download apps like Netflix, HBO Max, or Disney+ without needing a streaming device plugged in. It also comes with a Voice Remote you can control with your voice. There are four integrated HDMI ports as well as two USB ports, Ethernet port, RF antenna, anda Digital audio output. It can be mounted to the wall and includes features like closed captioning and parental controls as well.

Alex is a graduate from the University of North Florida with a background in sales and merchandising. When he’s not hunting down the next great deals to post on Thrifter, he can be found making music and working on his eBay business.
1 Comment
  • This is just a ultra short throw laser projector with an android TV box... Better get an optoma ultra short throw projector and an invidia shield or mi box and save money. Anything that says laser TV is just to bump prices up on projectors. If you want throw un one of those new reflective screens and you have a more versatile system.