Hisense releases pricing and availability of its 2019 ULED TV range
Hisense has just revealed the pricing and availability of its impressive 2019 range of ULED TVs which includes new proprietary technology and the VIDAA U operating system powered by AI.
The new ULED TVs also include Dolby Vision HDR so they look great as well as Dolby Atmos so they sound great too.
“At Hisense, we’re committed to bringing Australians the highest quality televisions that are packed with the best technology and features,” says Andre Iannuzzi, Head of Marketing at Hisense Australia.
“To this end, we’re proud to be offering Dolby Vision HDR and Dolby Atmos across our suite of ULED TVs, offering Australians a cinema-like experience at home no matter their budget.
“We’re very excited to be bringing our latest ULED range to market. We are confident it will continue to be a competitive option for consumers as Hisense relentlessly pushes the boundaries in picture and sound quality while incorporating the latest AI and voice control technology.”
Hisense has lifted its game yet again with its sound and picture quality.
The company’s patented technology behind its ULED TVs has been supplemented with other leading technologies like Dolby Vision HDR and Dolby Atmos to create a cinema-like experience in your home.
Also onboard and contributing to the ULED TV’s quality is quantum dot technology, a wider colour gamut as well as ultra-local dimming for enhanced contrast and improved black levels.
The new Hisense range is also smarter and the ULED and UHD TVs will include the new VIDAA U AI operating system which includes artificial intelligence along with voice control.
The TVs have Amazon Alexa built-in so you can use voice control functionality even if you don’t have an Echo device.
Another addition to the ULED is Bluetooth technology so you can do things like pair a keyboard, speakers or wireless headphones to the TVs.
Hisense’s 2019 line-up will also include a model running Android to give customers the choice of another smart TV platform.
The Hisense Android TV will also include Dolby Vision HDR plus ultra-local dimming, Bluetooth connectivity as well as the ability to install hundreds from the Google Play Store.
There are also dedicated buttons on the Hisense remote for Netflix and YouTube for instant access to your favourite content.
Even if you can’t find your remote, you can still control all aspects of the TV from your smartphone using the RemoteNOW app.
The Hisense 2019 range will go on sale in May.
(85”+, 75”, 65”, 55”, 50”, 43”)
To be confirmed75R6 – $2999
65R6 – $1849
55R6 – $1399
50R6 – $1199
43R6 – $849
(65”, 55”, 50”)
||Late-May||65RG – $2299
55RG – $1499
50RG – $1249
(75”, 65”, 55”, 50”)
||Mid-May||75R7 – $3499
65R7 – $2499
55R7 – $1799
50R7 – $1499
||July||75R8 – $3999
65R8 – $2999
||Date to be confirmed||To be confirmed|