At CES 2023, Hisense continued its mission to deliver high-end TV technology at all price points. There's no better example of this than the company's newest U6K series TV, which features Dolby Vision, HDR 10, HDR 10+, Quantum Dot, and mini-LED backlighting technology, starting at under $500, and display ranges between 50 and a whopping 85 inches. Hisense's new U7K series pushes the envelope even further with features like ULED Technology for even greater contrast performance, Calman color correction compatibility, and support for IMAX Enhanced content. Gamers will love the new 144 Hz refresh rate on the new U8K series that also offers an impressive 1500 nits of brightness. Also available in screen sizes up to 85 inches, the U8K runs on the Google TV platform and features integrated FreeSync and Dolby Atmos support.
Hisense also unveiled its new Laser TV lineup at CES and showed that it's ready to build on the success of its previous generation. The PL1 can produce up to 2100 lumens, supports screens of 80 to 120 inches, and runs on the Google TV platform. The new 4K PX2-Pro is designed with home theater aficionados in mind, supports screen sizes from 90 to 130 inches, and can deliver up to 2400 ANSI lumens―which is great, considering it supports Dolby Vision and HDR 10 formats. The company's new L5H supports display sizes from 100 to 120 inches, and incorporates Dolby Vision support with an X-Fusion Blue Laser Light source. If you're looking for even greater video performance, the L9H, with its TriChroma Laser Light technology, supports up to 3000 lumens of brightness and 107% of the BT.2020 color space, another excellent match for high dynamic range (HDR) content. The L9H also includes a new high-gain screen, which is designed to deliver optimized picture quality in a variety of lighting conditions, not just in dedicated home theater spaces.
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