Hisense today announced the addition of 22 new TV models for 2016, from 720p and 1080p to 4K and the next generation of the Company’s proprietary ULED technology.
Hisense aims to expand the global 4K market in 2016 by making HDR processing accessible to the mass consumer with its H8 model; Hisense will also continue to expand its Roku TV line-up and
Hisense’s first generation ULED certainly brought viewers blacker blacks and brighter colours and, in 2016, Hisense will offer ULED technology and HDR processing in 55” (H9 Series) and feature a second generation ULED in the 65” (H10 Series) screen sizes, with more local dimming zones, quantum dot advanced colour technology and the addition of streaming High Dynamic Range (HDR) content from Amazon.
Protected by 17 patents, ULED technology aims to enhance colour, contrast, black level, brightness and smooth motion with a combination of advanced hardware and software. The technology is up to three times brighter than OLED with, Hisense claim, better dynamic range and perception of black and white.
The latest iteration of ULED, presented in a technology demonstration at CES, will be even brighter and more colourful with a colour gamut of 91.2 percent of Rec.2020 and 99.98 percent of the DCI-P3 colour spaces and 1000nit peak brightness.
Both the H9 4K Curved Smart ULED Series and the H10 4K Curved Smart ULED Series with Quantum Dot advanced colour technology will retail for less than $3,000 in the USA.
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