Hisense is rolling out its 2021 television range incorporating its premium ULED 8K Mini LED and ULED 8K, mid-tier ULED and entry-level UHD Smart TVs. Its ULED 4K Mini LED is scheduled to launch later in the year.

In 2021, Hisense is making its premium technology more affordable by introducing features usually reserved for the flagship TVs to its entry models.

For the first time, Wide Colour Gamut is now available on the entry level A7G UHD Smart TV (pictured above), available in various sizes from 43-inch to 98-inch from MSRP $899. Designed for gamers, the A7G also boasts Dolby Vision Atmos, Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) and Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM).

VRR allows the TV to dynamically match its refresh rate to the frame rate of the game output by a games console for smoother and more consistent gameplay. In tandem with ALLM, which automatically detects and switches to a low-lag gaming pre-set when a signal from a console is detected.

The U7G ULED 4K TV, available in 55-, 65- and 75-inch from MSRP $1,599, features Full Array Local Dimming, Wide Colour Gamut and Ultra Colour Enhancer for automatic colour reproduction enhancement. With 1,000 nits of brightness, it matches the peak brightness levels of Hisense’s most premium TV model for 2020.

The U8G ULED TV, available in 55-,65-, 75- and 85-inch from MSRP $1,799, boasts 1,500 nits of brightness without compromising on black levels and Full Array Local Dimming Pro. The series has an IMAX Enhanced certification for its audio and visual capabilities, Game Mode Pro with HDMI 2.1 ports and 4K gaming at 120hz.

The U80G ULED 8K TV, available in 65-, 75- and 85-inch from MSRP $4,999, offers an 8K AI Upscaling and HDMI 2.1, while the top of the range 75-inch U90G ULED 8K Mini LED (pictured above), MSRP $7,999, features Hisense Quantum Dot Colour to produce 2,000 nits of brightness for deeper blacks and brighter whites.

The new proprietary VIDAA operating system, VIDAA U5, is now available across the entire range in 2021 with 20% more processing performance compared to the previous generation, a simplified interface and universal search functionality.

New to Hisense’s TV range for 2021 is built-in Google Assistant, in addition to Amazon Alexa, for hands-free control of smart devices without the need for a third-party device. There is also a wider range of apps and streaming services available including Kayo and NRL TV which is exclusive to Hisense.