While big brands like Samsung and LG riveting with their high-brightness OLED TVs at CES, Hisense has come up with ULED X TVs at the event. It claims to produce 2,500 units of peak brightness. First introduced 10 years ago, the ULED TV has been upgraded with Mini-LED X technology, AI and a 4K Dynamic X-Display.
The company says the new ULED X TVs feature Hi-View X Engine powered by a 16-bit neural processor, which controls over 20,000 mini LEDs with more than 5,000 local dimming zones to utilize over 65,500 levels of brightness. The new AI-powered picture quality algorithm makes automatic adjustments to ensure optimal picture quality.
The Hisense ULED X TVs offer 30 percent wider viewing angle, and an ultra-low reflection panel to ensure crisp picture quality from every angle. The new TVs also include features like Dolby Vision, Wi-Fi 6e, NEXTGEN TV, and Freesync Premium Pro.
For audio module, Hisense has added the new CineStage X audio system to deliver an immersive audio-visual experience. The audio system loaded with seven speakers produce 80 Watts of power, along with Dolby Atmos’ spatial sound.
Furthermore, the Hisense 2023 ULED TV range features 144Hz Variable Refresh Rate (VRR), AMD FreeSync Premium, Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM) and HDMI 2.1 port to woo game lovers.
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With ULED X TVs being the new entrant in the market and Hisense’s latest TV range capable of clocking three times the environmental contrast of OLED TV, and two times the dynamic range of OLED TV, we have got a cool new option.
The company hasn’t revealed any details about pricing and availability yet, we will probably have to wait for the official statement.