Hisense company presented seven new TV models of premium and budget price segment at CES 2022. Hisense range has been updated with expensive TVs U9H, U8H, U7H, U6H, as well as relatively cheap A7H, A6H, and A4H. Below is the information we have about these TVs.
The flagship of the 2022 lineup was the Hisense U9H, which received a 75-inch Mini LED screen with 4K resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, 2000 nits brightness, and automatic latency reduction mode. The device boasts advanced features such as Game Mode Pro, FreeSync, and Variable Refresh Rate (VRR). Built-in speakers support Dolby Atmos sound enhancement technology. Hisense U9H will hit the market this summer for $3199.
The Hisense U8H and U7H have 120Hz refresh rates, 4K resolution, FreeSynce, Dolby Vision IQ, and HDR10 +, both due out this summer. At the same time, the U8H received a Mini LED panel in 55, 65, and 75-inch versions, their cost starts at $1099. The U7H has QLED screens of the same dimensions, but also comes in an 85-inch configuration. The minimum price from the manufacturer is $799. Hisense U6H has a diagonal of 50 to 75 inches and a frequency of 60 Hz, supporting Dolby Atmos technology and color reproduction using quantum dots.
Budget Hisense A7H, A6H, and A4H are presented with screens from 32 to 85 inches. The A7H and A6H support Google TV, while the A4H runs the Android TV operating system. The A4H has become the brand’s cheapest new product, it will hit the market in the spring with a diagonal of 32, 40, or 43 inches with FHD resolution for only $199.
According to Gadgets 360, Hisense also showcased two laser TVs at the show: the PX1-PRO TriChroma Laser Cinema and the L5G 4K Smart Laser TV. The first was priced at $3999, the second price depends on the size: 100 inches for $4499 and 120 inches for $4999.
Hisense laser TVs consist of an ultra-short-throw projector and a wall-mounted display on which the image is displayed. The company promises a rich color gamut and a realistic home theater picture.