Hisense unveils its new 2023 TV range
Hisense has announced it is launching its new 2023 TV range, which includes features such as; Mini-LED Technology, 144Hz Game mode Pro and Ultra Motion.
Hisense has said it sees 2023 as the year in which it wants to make the Mini-LED category its own, and the new range includes a diverse array of models with different sizes.
Arun Bhatoye, Head of Marketing at Hisense UK, said: “We are delighted to be announcing our 2023 TV range. We pride ourselves in creating TVs that use high quality technology, exceptional picture quality, and affordability so that there is a product for everyone.
“With this new range we have focused on developing our Mini-LED technology to really own this space and become emerging leaders within the category. We like to deliver products that cater to all of our consumers’ needs, and we believe that the new range of Mini-LEDs does just that with high quality at an affordable price point.”
Hisense’s new range includes the U8K, which is available in 55, 65 and 75 inches, it uses Mini-LED to create high dynamic contrast and brightness resulting in detail on screen and Quantum Dot Colour technology to deliver over 1 billion colours.
The TV also comes with a proprietary Hi-View Engine, 144hz and a 2.1.2 multi-channel audio system with front-firing speaker incorporates Dolby Atmos. It places audio objects precisely in three-dimensional space and frees them from fixed channels to reveal every detail of sound.
Its range also includes the Hisense U7K, the manufacturer has described it as “the perfect all-rounder”. It includes features such as 144hz Game Mode Pro, Dolby Atmos technology and it also includes IMAX enhanced features, which Hisense claims, gives consumers the opportunity to experience films just as the creator intended.
It also includes up to 26 per cent more picture, with reduced black bars at the top, and bottom of the picture. The U7K comes in a range of sizes including 55, 65, 75, 85, and 100 inches.
U6K is also in the new range and it includes features such as; Smooth Motion Processing, The Hi-View Engine which enhances picture quality and it comes in 55 and 65 inches screen sizes.
The new range includes some of Hisense’s Laser TVs such as the L9H. The L9H uses Triple Laser Light to generate improved colour and brightness to create ultra-realistic images with natural colours. It comes in 100 and 120 inches combined with Dolby Vision HDR.
It includes, easy to install Ambient Light Rejecting Hi-gain screen which allows the L9 to deliver unmatched brightness and a vivid, lifelike image in varying lighting conditions.
The L5H is also in the range, it is available in 90, 100 and 120 inches. It includes features such as the High-gain Ambient Light Rejecting, X-Fusion technology and Hisense claims that the “set-up is a breeze.”
“These new models are going to further enhance the way consumers watch TV and will create a cinematic viewing experience at home,” added Mr Bhatoye.