Thanks to CES 2023, Hisense is already making the most of 2023, thanks to a host of new mini LED TVs, a new display technology said to be capable of impressive brightness and contrast, and even a range of laser TVs.
In terms of what you can get your hands on in 2023 that won’t cost you an arm and a leg, Hisense is introducing three core lines of 4K TV: the U8K Series, the U7K Series and the U6K Series. The big news here is that all of these TVs will be mini LED sets, with the cheapest starting at just $500.
A big part of Hisense’s push for 2023 comes down to Mini-LED moving away from the realm of more expensive sets and being a technology accessible to all, avoiding what is the most consistent choice of display technology at the lower end of the market. the market: LED . If you’re looking for a budget TV in 2023, you may not have to settle. However, the full price of these new TVs has yet to be revealed.
However, what’s more is that gamers are ready to get some solid features with the U8K and U7K TVs offering 144Hz support, VRR and ALLM, while all three lines come with HDR, Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos. Features such as HDMI eARC alongside smart functionality can also be found throughout Hisense’s 2023 lineup.
In addition to the above new sets, Hisense also announced an all-new display technology, ULED X. ULED X is the next-generation version of Hisense’s ULED technology (essentially the brand’s take on QLED), and you can enjoy the new tech in Hisense’s upcoming UX series of TVs that the brand has also announced.
Details on the UX series have yet to be fully revealed, but with ULED X technology and Hisense’s Hi-View Engine X chipset, the UX series is said to bring up to 2,500 nits of peak brightness, 5,000 local dimming zones and a 150,000:1 contrast ratio to the market. table, which on paper makes a mighty powerful TV.
However, beyond LED technology, Hisense is also moving forward with their laser TVs, calling laser TVs “the future of television” at the brand’s press conference. Accordingly, Hisense announced a range of new laser TVs and home theater projectors alongside the brand’s new TriChroma laser.
Hisense’s L5H laser TV is the brand’s take on an entry-level laser TV that can make anyone the centerpiece of their home theater setup, according to Hisense, while the L9H is the brand’s more premium option of laser TV that’s equipped with the TriChroma. In addition, new home cinema projectors were also announced.
There’s still a lot to reveal about what’s coming from Hisense in 2023 but what’s been announced at CES so far is exciting from turning Mini-LED into a budget tech to the capabilities of ULED X and everything in between so Hisense is certainly a company to keep an eye on in the coming months.
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