Tech Guide’s Stephen Fenech shares his first thoughts on Hisense at CES 2023

The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is back to full strength in 2023 with the world’s most impressive tech companies, including Hisense, offering a glimpse into what customers will see in 2023 and beyond.

Looking back at last year, CES 2022 was the first show post pandemic and attendance was less than half the usual levels we’ve seen in the past, but the 2023 event is set to thrive with an impressive list of exhibitors, media and retailers on the ground in Las Vegas after COVID-19 travel restrictions were lifted.

For Hisense, CES is a global stage to demonstrate the exciting rollout of its new cutting-edge innovations, feature-packed products and why it’s a leader in sustainability – and this year is no different.

Over time, CES has expanded to include an even wider range of technologies and categories including automotive, health and wellness.

Electric vehicles are sure to feature with new models announced from some of the biggest automotive brands. Wearables have also advanced significantly in recent years and now not only provide metrics but now can also perform an ECG, read your blood oxygen and alert emergency services if you take a heavy fall. I’m looking forward to seeing what innovations CES 2023 brings in this area.

But traditionally one of the show’s centrepieces is TV technology, which has undergone significant changes in the 18 years I have been attending this show.

At my first CES back in 2005, the talk was all around full high-definition and LED TVs taking over plasma’s popularity.

Oh, how far we’ve come.

This year, we’ve seen the very latest features and cutting-edge technologies that will make TV viewing the best it’s ever been. This includes Hisense’s new Mini-LED X technology and Laser TV offerings.

Mini-LED X is the new tech behind Hisense’s flagship model, spearheading the brand’s latest range of stunning ULED TVs and a celebration of Hisense’s pioneering spirit in Mini-LED technologies

Offering a significant step up, the Hisense 2023 ULED range boasts thousands more dimming zones and up to an impressive 2,500+ nits of brightness.

The 85-inch option will have 20,000 backlights with an unmatched 5,000+ dimming zones. Meanwhile, Hisense’s proprietary Hi-View X Engine does the heavy lifting to precisely deliver this increased performance.

The Hi-View X Engine is powered by a 16-bit neural processor and can intelligently upscale all content to fully utilise over 65,500 levels of brightness.

Hisense’s full 2023 ULED range will also cater for the most avid of gamers too, delivering an impressive 144Hz, Variable Refresh Rate (VRR), AMD FreeSync™ Premium, Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM) and HDMI 2.1, allowing gamers to experience all the action without delay or judder.

And with the new Hisense Laser TVs in 2023, it’s a case of go big or go home, so you can enjoy your movies on an even greater scale.

As part of the Laser offering, Hisense will offer the latest versions of its acclaimed 100” and 120” L9H TriChroma Laser TV, with the addition of the PL1H Laser Cinema and PX1H TriChroma Laser Cinema set to offer even more choice when it comes to home entertainment.

Over the past 10 years Hisense has cemented itself as a market leader in the short-throw projector category, consistently raising the bar with even greater quality and innovation. With more than a decade of experience over 1,300 registered patents, the brand prides itself on offering outstanding picture quality, even brighter visuals and stunning Dolby Atmos audio technology as well.

In response to increasing demand from customers throughout 2022, the expansion of Hisense’s Laser range for this year caters not only for those exploring a big screen setup at home, but also for customers looking to upgrade their existing home cinema technology.


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