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Hisense announces pricing and availability of its 2023 TV and Laser range

Hisense has revealed the pricing and availability of its new 2023 TV and Laser range which will roll into stores from July with customers able to enjoy screen sizes ranging for 55-inch to a massive 130-inch.

This year the entire range of ULED TVs include Hisense ‘s latest Mini LED technology which will offer a wider colour palette and a clearer and brighter picture.

Mini LED includes thousands of tiny LED backlights which can light up smaller areas of the display to create impressive contrast and a much clearer picture.

With the Hisense Laser TV and Laser Cinema models, customers can enjoy a true cinematic experience with an image that goes up to 130 inches.

The Hisense Laser cinema can project onto a wall or an existing cinema screen while the Hisense Laser TV comes with its own custom Ambient Light Rejection (ALR) screen which is calibrated to deliver an exceptional viewing experience.

The Hisense flagship ULED TV models 75UXAU and 85UXAU include the Mini LED X technology with 75-inch and 85-inch options that include more than 5000 dimming zones thanks to more than 20,000 backlights which combine to offer 2500+ nits brightness.

Also on board the flagship models are the Dynamic X display which offers five times less reflection and more than a billion unique colours.

The new Hisense TVs also feature HDR 10+ and Dolby vision IQ and is IMAX Enhanced certified.

The Hisense U8KAU ULED range comes with Mini LED pro backlighting technology with up to 1300 nits of peak brightness.

For an outstanding gaming experience the screen is also 140Hz native and includes Game Mode pro.

For even greater value the U7KAU, available in sizes 55-inch to 100-inches, have 144Hz native and Mini LED technology to offer bright and crisp images for any bright living space.

“We are incredibly proud to announce that our new 2023 TV range is the best-performing and most premium one yet,” says Gideon Lui, Head of Marketing, Hisense ANZ.

“Our customers can expect to be delighted by the quality of this year’s products thanks to our most versatile range of TVs which incorporate premium technology at all price points.

 “Reflecting on the last 12 months, buyer expectations have evolved within the home entertainment category – Australians are increasingly looking for the latest tech through a price-conscious lens, so the level of choice we offer our customers is important.

“That’s why our 2023 range has been designed to deliver a premium experience that ticks all the latest feature boxes, with attainability front of mind.”

For those looking for a complete home cinema experience, Hisense is introducing the 2023 L9H TriChroma Laser TV which is available with either a 100 or 120 inch ALR screen.

Under the hood is Hisense’s TriChroma technology which includes three pure colour lasers (pure red, green and blue) which can achieve a stunning level of colour performance to make your content come to life.

The Laser Cinema range is led by the all new PX2-PRO TriChroma Laser Cinema which can be beamed up on screens between 90 and 130 inches or a suitable wall.

Onboard both Hisense Laser products is 4K picture quality, TriChroma Fusion Laser Light, Dolby Vision HDR, Dolby Atmos audio and the VIDAA U6 proprietary operating system.

The Hisense 2023 TV range will include the VIDAA U7 operating system which puts all your favourite content and streaming apps front and centre while curating a personalised list of content for you to discover in seconds.

The Hisense 2023 TV range and pricing is listed below: