Hisense‬ ‪4K TV Resolution‬‬ ULED Range | Australian Pricing And Release Date

Hisense‬ ‪4K TV Resolution‬‬ ULED Range | Australian Pricing And Release Date

Hisense‬ ‪4K TV Resolution‬‬ ULED Range | Australian Pricing And Release Date

Hisense‬ ‪4K TV Resolution‬‬ ULED Range | Australian Pricing And Release Date

Hisense‬ ‪4K TV Resolution‬‬ ULED Range : Hisense has just announced their 2018 ULED range. Here’s how much they’ll cost and when you can get them.

Unsurprisingly, the picture quality is something that they’re really striving for. In addition to the use of Quantum Dot color, it also contains prime array backlight technology (with more than one thousand dimming zones) and HDR Supreme 2500-nit peaking brightness.

“Whether you’re ready to upgrade to a 65-inch panel or a larger than life 75-inch panel, Hisense’s Series 9 is our most impressive TV. Our TVs produce the most accurate depth of color and brightness while maintaining superior black levels,” said Chris Mayer, Product Specialist at Hisense Australia. “This, coupled with the integration of VIDAA U 2.5 and the new RemoteNOW app, has resulted in a high quality, seamless viewing experience.” Hisense‬ ‪4K TV Resolution‬‬ ULED Range | Australian Pricing And Release Date

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Specifications for Hisense‬ ‪4K TV Resolution‬‬ ULED Range

Here are the highlights of the flagship 75-inch Series 9 model:

  • 200 smooth motion rate
  • Prime array backlight with 1000+ dimming zones
  • Quantum dot color
  • HDR Supreme 2500-nit peaking brightness
  • Ultra HD premium
  • Ultra-local dimming
  • Depth Enhancer
  • Hi-view engine plus
  • Hi-sound pro
  • Sports mode
  • VIDAA U 2.5 Smart TV platform

Interestingly, only the P8 and P7 models (which are also much cheaper) cite Game Mode as a feature. As Hisense’s ULEDs are the official TVs of the 2018 FIFA World Cup, far more emphasis seems to have been placed on Sports Mode.

As a reminder, Hisense announced at CES that they will be launching their first OLED television later this year, but we won’t have any details for a few months.

Hisense‬ ‪4K TV Resolution‬‬ ULED Range | Australian Pricing And Release Date

Price range for Hisense‬ ‪4K TV Resolution‬‬ ULED Range in Austrelia:

ULEDS! Here’s the RRP breakdown:

  • 75P9 – $6,499
  • 65P9 – $4,499.00
  • 75P8 – $4,999.00
  • 65P8 – $3,699.00
  • 75P7 – $4,499.00
  • 65P7 – $3,299.00
  • 55P7 – $1,999.00
  • 50P7 – $1,499.00

The entire range will be available in stores in June-Jully 2018.

hisense offers quantum dots for less with its 2018 uled tv range

Hisense offers quantum dots for less with its 2018 ULED TV range:

Hisense is really great at offering the latest television technologies at prices that are much more affordable than the competition, and its newly announced 2018 range of ULED TVs, which feature quantum dot technology for exceptionally vibrant true-to-life colors, is no exception.

Kicking off its new Series 9 is a mammoth 75-inch model of its P9, which sports Hisense’s brand new ‘Prime Array Backlight’ technology, offering over 1,000 local dimming zones for true blacks and the eye-scorchingly bright whites.

We’re not kidding about how bright it is, either — dubbed HDR Supreme, this 75-inch boasts a 2,500-nit peak brightness, making it one of the brightest televisions currently on the market.

Fierce on the competition

Available in June 2018, Hisense’s 75-inch P9 ULED TV is priced at $6,499 — that’s $4,000 less than Samsung’s just-announced Q9F television in the same size, and which also features quantum dot technology.

A 65-inch model P9 will also be available in June for $4,499, and while that version shares its big brother’s HDR Supreme 2,500-nit peak brightness and new backlight tech, it doesn’t feature 1,000 local dimming zones.

New P8 and P7 TVs also announced

 If backlight arrays and true blacks aren’t your biggest concern when buying a new television, you might be interested in Hisense’s updated Series 8 TVs, which provide a number of the top-end features found in its Series 9 flagships.

Hisense’s Series 8 ULED TVs feature quantum dot color technology, 200Hz smooth motion rates, HDR10 support and run on the newly-updated VIDAA U 2.5 smart TV platform.

The 75-inch P8 is priced at $4,999 while a smaller 65-inch model of the P8 will set you back $3,699. Both models will be available from June 2018.

Quantum notes

If you can live without quantum dots in your telly, Hisense’s slightly more affordable P7 range offers a 4K resolution, HDR10 support, ultra-local dimming, 200Hz smooth motion rates and runs on the VIDAA U 2.5 smart TV platform.

Starting at $1,499 for the 50-inch model, all the way up to $4,499 for the 75-inch, Hisense’s P7 range of televisions are expected to arrive in stores from mid-May 2018.

As you can see, there’s something for everyone in Hisense’s new 2018 range. That said, we’re still waiting to see the OLED range it announced earlier this year, which promises to make the highly sought-after TV display technology more affordable for Aussie consumers.

Hisense‬ ‪4K TV Resolution‬‬ ULED Range | Australian Pricing And Release Date

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