The Laser TV category continues to be a key focus for Hisense with the introduction of three new models in its Laser TV and Laser Cinema categories including the latest iteration of its L9H TriChroma Laser TV and the addition of the PL1H and PX1H Laser Cinema.

Hisense’s 2023 L9H TriChroma Laser TV series, available in 100- and 120-inch, boast 4K picture quality, Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos Audio and TriChroma X-Fusion Laser Light technology.

Paired with Hisense’s latest Ambient Light Rejection (ALR) screen – which rejects 85% of unwanted light during operation – the Laser TV has 3,000 lumens for increased brightness. The ALR screen is complementary with purchase and specifically calibrated to the Laser TV unit.

With Hisense’s proprietary operating system, VIDAA U6, streaming services are compiled in a curated homepage. With the recent addition of AirPlay 2, both Apple and Android users can stream content from their devices.

Hisense is also launching two Laser Cinema options in 2023 including the single laser PL1H, available now, and the new TriChroma Laser Cinema offering, the PX1H.

While the PL1H variable short-throw Laser Cinema console has a variable screen size between 80-and 120-inch, the PX1H provides an upgraded solution to between 90- and 130-inch, utilising a suitable wall or existing screen. Despite the size of the screen, the console is only required to sit just under 49cm away from the wall.

As with the 2023 TriChroma L9H Laser TV, the PX1H TriChroma Laser Cinema features 4K picture quality, TriChroma X-Fusion Laser Light, Dolby Vision HDR and Dolby Atmos Audio. The VIDAA U6 operating system is another key feature.

Mini LED X

Hisense is also rolling out Mini LED technology across its full ULED range for 2023, with new Mini LED X technology incorporated into its flagship models.

Hisense International vice president and Hisense USA president, David Gold presenting the U8 Series TVs.

Mini LED X technology is described as Hisense’s most detailed display to date. The 85-inch option boasts 20,000 backlights delivering 2,500+ nits of brightness with 5,000+ dimming zones and claims to be the only TV in Australia to deliver such detail, clarity, and depth.

Hisense’s proprietary Hi-View X Engine is powered by a 16-bit neural processor for refined picture by upscaling all content to utilise 65,536 levels of brightness. Equipped with a new Dynamic X Display, the screen is capable of five times less reflection and offers over one billion unique colours. This is further enhanced by HDR10+ and Dolby Vision IQ, and achieves IMAX Enhanced certification.

Hisense USA assistant general manager, Stephen Yao explaining the benefits of ULED technology.

The Mini LED X range also introduces CineStage X Surround with built-in 4.1.2 true surround sound and Dolby Atmos performance.

The wider Hisense ULED range for 2023 is available in screen sizes from 55- to 98-inch. It boasts IMAX Enhanced certification, Dolby Vision IQ, HDR10+ adaptive viewing and AI Sports Mode. For gamers, the ULED range delivers 144Hz, Variable Refresh Rate (VRR), AMD FreeSync Premium, Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM) and HDMI 2.1.

Underpinning the entire 2023 range is Hisense’s proprietary operating system, VIDAA U7 with new inclusions such as Binge, Apple TV+, Britbox, and 9Now, with more to come in 2023. The addition of AirPlay 2 also now enables both Apple and Android users to stream content.