Hisense has revealed its Australian pricing and availability for its 2023 TV and Laser TV lineup.
Available from major retailers from July, the 2023 range includes a raft of ULED TVs with Mini-LED backlighting in sizes ranging from 55 to 100 inches.
For those wanting a bigger screen, Hisense Laser TV and Laser Cinema models now stretch up to 130-inches.
|L9HSET TriChroma Laser TV (screen included) (100”, 120”)||Available now||$6,499 (100”) $7,499 (120”)|
|U6KAU Mini-LED TV (55”, 65”, 75”)||July onwards||$1,199 (55”) $1,499 (65”) $1,999 (75”)|
|U7KAU ULED Mini-LED TV (55”, 65”, 75”, 85”, 100”)||July onwards||$1,499 (55”) $2,299 (65”) $2,999 (75”) $3,999 (85”) $6,999 (100”)|
|U8KAU ULED Mini-LED TV (65”, 75”)||July onwards||$2,499 (65”) $3,499 (75”)|
|UXAU ULED Mini-LED Pro TV (75”, 85”)||Sept onwards||$4,999 (75”) $ 9,999 (85”)|
|PX2-PRO TriChroma Laser Cinema (90” – 130”)||August onwards||$3,999 (90” – 130”)|
“We are incredibly proud to announce that our new 2023 TV range is the best-performing and most premium one yet,” said Gideon Lui, Head of Marketing, Hisense ANZ.
“Our customers can expect to be delighted by the quality of this year’s products thanks to our most versatile range of TVs which incorporate premium technology at all price points.
“Reflecting on the last 12 months, buyer expectations have evolved within the home entertainment category – Australians are increasingly looking for the latest tech through a price-conscious lens, so the level of choice we offer our customers is important.
“That’s why our 2023 range has been designed to deliver a premium experience that ticks all the latest feature boxes, with attainability front of mind,” Lui concluded.
Mini-LED X technology
Hisense’s full 2023 ULED TV range features Mini-LED X technology in its flagship model (75UXAU and 85UXAU).
The Mini-LED X 75 and 85 inch options have 20,000 backlights delivering 2,500+ nits of brightness with 5,000+ dimming zones. Dynamic X Display is capable of five times less reflection and offers over 1 billion unique colours.
When it comes to High Dynamic Range, you’ll get HDR10+ and Dolby Vision IQ plus IMAX Enhanced certification.
Mini-LED ULED range
The U8KAU has Mini-LED Pro backlight technology, producing up to 1300 nits of Peak Brightness. You’ll see a host of streaming content available on VIDAA U7, the latest version of Hisense’s proprietary operating system.
Gaming will be enhanced thanks to 144Hz native and Game Mode Pro panel.
The U7KAU offers a range of sizes from 55 inch to a massive 100-inch option. Again, 144Hz native panel, as well as Mini-LED technology.
TriChroma Laser TV offers Home Cinema solution
Hisense’s 2023 L9H TriChroma Laser TV (Australian Version) is available with both 100 and 120-inch ALR (Ambient Light Rejecting) screen options, included with purchase. Three Pure-Colour Lasers (pure red, green, and blue) produce more colours than the human eye can see.
Alternatively, for those looking for adaptability in their home entertainment setup, topping the Laser Cinema range for 2023 is the all-new PX2-PRO TriChroma Laser Cinema. Offering a variable screen size between 90 and 130 inches and the ability to project onto a suitable wall or existing screen.
Just like the 2023 TriChroma L9H Laser TV, the PX2-PRO TriChroma Laser Cinema features 4K resolutiony, TriChroma X-Fusion Laser Light, Dolby Vision HDR, Dolby Atmos Audio and VIDAA U6, Hisense’s proprietary operating system.
Content Rich Environment with VIDAA U7
Hisense’s proprietary operating system, VIDAA U7, will be available across Hisense’s 2023 Australian TV range.
Alongside the brand-new additions of 10Play, Binge and Apple TV+ to the VIDAA platform, Australians can choose from a wide range of content across NRL TV, 9Now, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+, FIFA+, Foxtel, Kayo Sports, Netflix, Stan, and more.