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Quite a statement but Hisense 2020 TVs have some seriously amazing future tech. One, in particular, ULED XD Dual Cell could be a serious competitor to OLED yet uses LED/LCD technology. And it has an 8K entrant too.

GadgetGuy’s Val Quinn was on the stands at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Watch his first hand report on how Hisense 2020 TVs will change the game in the TV space and what we can expect to see in Australia over the coming months.

Hisense 2020 TVs have some seriously amazing tech

Hisense CES 2020 TV highlights include:

  • Hisense innovative ULED XD Dual Cell technology that delivers OLED like performance by fusing two LED panels together. The result is bright and vibrant colours with incredibly high contrast ratio and superb blacks.
  • TriChroma Laser TV which, with an added laser, delivers more colours than any tradition TV panel, plus 100in screen sizes.
  • 8K TVs with the latest ULED panel technology and true 8K resolution at 7680 x 4320
  • 4K TV ULED lineup with Quantum Dot technology, HDR, Dolby Vision and Dolby Atomos support, voice activated controls, the new Vidaa 4.0 interface and more.
  • Vidaa 4.0 is the upgraded version of Hisense’s interface which has been streamlined to focus on content rather than apps. The new Recommendation Bar makes it easy to quickly find and view the stuff you want to see.
  • Hisense and Tubi TV team up to present an ad-supported catalogue of over 20,000 free movies and TV shows from more than 200 content partners for its Vidaa powered TVs from Autumn 2020.

For more information on Hisense’s 2020 announcements click on the stories below:

Hisense 4K TriChroma Laser TV coming to OZ – and it’s a big one to 150-inches

Hisense 2020 TVs

Hisense ULED XD Dual Cell could challenge OLED

Hisense 2020 TVs

Valens Quinn travelled to CES in Las Vegas as a guest of Hisense Australia.