Hisense has announced its 2022 television range ahead of CES 2022, including its flagship 120-inch TriChroma Laser Cinema.
Sitting alongside the brand’s existing Laser, ULED, Mini-LED and UHD offerings, the TriCrhoma Laser Cinema forms part of the brand’s most expansive range to date.
All Hisense ULED models in the 2022 range will include HDMI 2.1 features and inputs as standard designed to provide an enhanced gaming experience. Supported by features such as Dolby Vision Atmos and Game Mode (with VRR and ALLM), the range also boasts Quick Frame Transport (QFT), which automatically puts each frame at a higher rate to decrease lag.
Hisense’s 2022 UHD and ULED TVs also combine innovative features to deliver optimum picture and sound quality. Hisense will also look to implement Dolby Vision IQ in its flagship Mini-LED range, coupled with Dolby Atmos sound.
In addition, the signature innovations of Hisense’s QLED Quantum Dot Colour, Full Array Local Dimming Pro and Smooth Motion technologies are available as standard.
The evolution of Hisense’s proprietary VIDAA operating system, VIDAA U6, will be available across all new models with a range of new apps.
Customers will also have access to the new and improved VIDAA smartphone companion app available on both iOS and Android. With VIDAA U6, customers can setup their new Hisense TV on first launch with no remote required to navigate the on-screen keyboard.
“As technology and entertainment have diversified, so to have the needs of the new age consumer. Each has unique and specific needs, which is why we are focused on delivering a range of feature rich models at an affordable price point,” Hisense Australia head of marketing, Nick Peters said.
“Whether it’s watching the weekend footy, playing the latest video game, or streaming the latest blockbuster, there is a TV in our new range that can meet and surpass all expectations.”
Further detail on pricing and availability will be shared in 2022.