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Hisense releases 2020 TV range which includes a huge 100-inch model

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Hisense is aiming for a huge year in 2020 with the release of its biggest TV range to date including a massive 100-inch model to meet customer demand for even bigger screens.

The company has something for everyone with the new line-up including cutting edge technology to create stunning picture and audio quality and a selection of larger sizes as well.

The range is led by the Hisense Quantum Dot Series of ULED TVs which are available in models ranging in size from 55-inch to 85-inch and include the latest features and technology to provide a stunning experience at home.

“We’ve never been more reliant on our TVs than we are right now as a key source of news and entertainment,” says Andre Iannuzzi, head of marketing at Hisense Australia.

“While these are challenging times, we are proud to introduce Australians to our 2020 TV range as they look to enhance their at- home viewing experience.

“Created in partnership with our local Research and Development team, the models have been designed with Australian needs top of mind and deliver the best in both picture quality and size – including a massive 100-inch TV.”

The Hisense range includes the premium Q Series of ULED TVs and the S Series of UHD Smart TVs.

The biggest TV Hisense is offering in 2020 is the 100-inch S8 UHD which will be priced at $14,999. The S8 will also be available in 43, 50, 55, 65 and 75-inches.

The S Series include 4K UHD resolution along with HDR10, precision colour and super contrast.

The largest Q Series ULED TV will be 85-inch at $5,499. There are also 55, 65 and 75-inch models.

Hisense’s latest Quantum Dot technology is onboard the S Series which now include Full Array Local Dimming and 200 Smooth Motion Rate for even better colour accuracy and clarity.

Full Array Local Dimming utilises hundreds of LED backlight zones to create and adjust contrast in real time based on what’s on the screen.

It also has Dolby Vision HDR (high dynamic range) which expands the contrast range so you’re seeing even more in the lighter and darker areas of the screen by optimising the picture frame by frame.

On the audio side the Q Series includes Dolby Atmos which directs audio from all direction in the room including from above you.

All the Hisense TVs are running the latest VIDAA 4 operating system which includes AI, a simple interface and universal search functionality as well as access to your favourite streaming services including Netflix, Stan, Amazon Prime Video, YouTube and ABC iView.

 

On the design side, the Hisense 2020 TVs all have super thin bezels, stands made of folded aluminium and pure metal and diamond cut edges.

Later this year Hisense will also release its all-new Dual Cell TVs which uses two bonded LCD layers to offer the black levels of an OLED and the brightness of an LED TV.

Hisense will also be releasing an updated TriChroma Laser TV which is a short throw projector that can beam and image up to 150 inches.

And Hisense will also be releasing its first 8K TV which is equipped with the patented Hi-View Engine that uses AI to recognise and upscale images to 8K quality.

The new Hisense S8 and Q8 TVs will go on sale across Australia at all major electronics retailers from May.