The Hisense TV range 2022 has expanded to offer something for everyone, from UHD, ULED and Mini-LED to the ultra-big short-throw projector-based Laser Cinema.
The big hitter in this new range is of course the 120 inch TriChroma Laser Cinema, with its massive screen size. But there are plenty of other options too.
Hisense’s ULED 4K (U8G) and 8K (U80G) TVs now include HDMI 2.1 features and inputs as standard, making them an ideal choice for gamers on the latest generation consoles. These TVs also include Dolby Vision Atmos and Game Mode, as well as Quick Frame Transport (QFT) to further reduce lag and stutter.
This emphasis on improving picture and sound quality goes further with QLED Quantum Dot Colour, Full Array Local Dimming Pro, and Smooth Motion tech, all included as standard in 2022 UHD and ULED TVs.
Hisense is also looking to include Dolby Vision IQ in its top-tier U90G (8K) and U9G (4K) ULED Mini-LED ranges. This uses a light sensor and Dolby metadata in your content to adjust the picture quality on the fly. This gives even better overall image quality tailored to the lighting conditions of the room, according to the company.
All models in the Hisense TV range 2022 will be powered by the latest version of the brand’s VIDAA operating system. VIDAA U6 will support more apps and a wider range of content, including Disney+ and a TBA list of local and global streaming apps.
The VIDAA Smartphone app has also been updated for iOS and Android, and apart from offering control of the TV when the remote isn’t to hand, can also be used to set up the TV out of the box – so no need to struggle with using a TV remote to navigate the on-screen keyboard.