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Hisense announce ULED 2.0 4K UHD TVs

More Quantum Dots

by Mark Hodgkinson Jan 7, 2015 at 10:41 AM

  • What’s ULED we hear you ask? Well, from the description by Hisense, it sounds like it’s LED/LCD technology augmented by the use of Quantum Dots.
    Hisense’s ULED technology brings high dynamic range with enhanced 3D dimming, peak brightness of 550 nits and a claimed contrast ratio of 800M:1. The wider colour gamut and quantum dot technology provides improved colour enhancement and the 4K ultra high definition resolution delivers the detail.

    In addition to the offerings of the ULED technology, the revolutionary ULED 2.0 offers high frame frequency with smooth motion rate which enables you to always be immersed in the action while still delivering 120Hz and reducing motion blur with SMR 1440.

    The Hisense Curved TV provides a wider field of view with the same sharp picture quality from any viewing angle. Hisense has combined both its curved screen and its ULED 2.0 technology to create what they believe is the the ultimate viewing experience. The Curved ULED 2.0 offers peak brightness of 1200 nits and contrast ratio of 1600M:1 with 4K definition.

    As previously announced at CES, Hisense brings the VIDAA Max 100" Laser Cinema TV to the show. This exciting innovation in home entertainment features a blue laser diode light source offering 25,000 hours of viewing enjoyment with no degradation of brightness or colour and no need to recalibrate the picture settings as with traditional lamp based light sources.

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