Hisense Announce New 2019 ULED TV Range for Australia
This year Hisense will continuing their focus of making great technology obtainable by offering TVs with premium quality picture and sound, but will also cater to the growing number of Australian consumers that crave the experience of a cinema in the comfort of their living room.
Hisense recently announced its fleet of 2019 powered Smart TVs, unveiling the next generation of its popular Series 7 and 8 ULED TVs, its Series 9 Premium ULED TV, as well as the Series G Android TV.
“The 2019 range of Hisense ULED TVs is in line with our continued commitment to ULED technology, which is capable of delivering vibrant colour, bold contrast and amazing brightness, together with brilliant design,” said Andre Iannuzzi, Head of Marketing at Hisense Australia.
Hisense is taking picture quality to new heights with Dolby Vision HDR to feature across its entire ULED TV range. The ULED range also comes with Hi-View Engine Pro technology introduced into the Flagship Series 9 to further enhance picture quality. Other innovative technologies include Ultra Local Dimming, Quantum Dot, 10-bit and Wide Colour Gamut. I agree we have some of these features before, but when you add them all in together means plenty to get excited about.
Complementing the premium picture quality, Hisense is raising the bar with spectacular sound in 2019 with the addition of Dolby Atmos introduced across its ULED TV range. Dolby Atmos impressively fires the sound down over the viewer’s head for a truly immersive experience. Traditionally, this level of sound quality was reserved for higher priced tvs.
Adding to the powerful viewer experience with a mix of sophisticated smart platforms, their own and android TV, Artificial Intelligence takes centre-stage. Hisense’s new OS, VIDAA U3.0 AI, including full integration of Amazon Alexa and Google Home Assistant includes the integration of AI and voice control technology.
For a solution sized to suit every household the range comes in a number of sizes, with traditional TVs reaching 75 and 80-inch models, and a new Laser TV option going up to 100 inches!
Hisense sell more boxes of tvs in Australia than any other brand, so that is position that needs to be maintained. I have a feeling they may even grow a bit more this year with the new TV options on the way.