Looking to continue the momentum it started in 2021, Hisense has announced its 2022 lineup of TVs and soundbars, which include its new TriChroma Laser TVs.
The global company is launching a broad line of televisions, as well as its new-generation, short-throw L5G, LG9 and PX1-PRO TriChroma Laser TVs. Hisense also emphasizes that as part of its 2022 line of AV solutions its new products also offer features such as the Google TV platform, gaming options, smart home integration capabilities, and ATSC 3.0.
“Year after year Hisense continues to grow. Our success stems from an acute focus on one thing: making great products,” states David Gold, president of Hisense USA.
“By prioritizing our products above all else – ensuring we’re delivering the best performance to consumers – and putting premium options within people’s reach, we have become a major force within the consumer electronics industry. In 2021 Hisense was the fastest growing among the top five TV brands in North America – specifically with screens in the 50-inches and above category – and celebrated our most award-winning year to date. We are proud to see consumers and experts take notice and look forward to building on the success, bringing consumers even better products in 2022.”
Outlining its growth, Hisense says that from October 2020 to October 2021 it grew U.S. unit sales of TVs 65 inches and above by 41% year on year. Hisense boasts its sales exceeded market growth, which experienced just 7% growth.
Citing specific sizes, Hisense says the 65 and 75-inch television categories have shown the highest levels of growth.
Hisense TriChroma Laser TVs Provide a Choice of Models
One of the most rapidly advancing categories in home video is ultra-short throw projection. Leading the way for today’s high-performance ultra-short throw projection products is Hisense and its TriChroma Laser TVs.
Updating its L9G product the new 2022 model provides a Dolby Vision update. The new model now provides Dolby Vision HDR (high dynamic range) compatibility to further improve image quality.
Adding to its selection of TriChroma Laser TVs, the company has announced its he PX1-PRO TriChroma Laser Cinema solution. The PX1-PRO a new digital lens focus system and the ability to throw images that range from 90- to 130- inches wide diagonal. Hisense also notes the PX1-PRO also allows integrators to choose their preferred screen product to pair with the short-throw projector.
Additionally, Hisense notes the 4K UltraHD PX1-PRO is capable of producing more than a billion colors, along with a 60Hz native refresh rate, Dolby Vision, HDR10, and Filmmaker Mode.
Moreover, the short-throw projector incorporates Dolby Atmos, WiSA Ready capabilities, Android TV, and ultra high-speed HDMI ports to support eARC and auto low latency mode (ALLC).
Rounding out the company’s selection of ultra-short throw products is the L5G. This model features a blue light laser engine that exceeds the standard 4K color range, as well as Dolby Vision and Filmmaker Mode options .
A Closer Look at the Hisense 2022 Line of Televisions
Launching a large selection of TVs at a range of price points and performance levels, beyond its TriChroma Laser TV line of ultra-short throw projectors, Hisense introduced its A4, A6, A7, U6H, U7H, U8H and U9H series of products.
Here is a glimpse of Hisense’s 2022 line of televisions:
Providing consumers with a choice of budget-friendly smart TVs, Hisense offers its A4H, A6H and A7H TVs. These models include the 85-in A7H, which offers viewers a wide color gamut and Dolby Atmos. The A7H and A6H provides a choice of screen sizes ranging from 43- to 75-inches, and these TVs come with features like Google TV OS, Dolby Vision HDR+/HDR10; eARC via the TVs’ ultra high-speed HDMI port; auto low latency mode; and Dolby Atmos.
The 2K A4H comes in choice of 32 to 43-inch screen sizes, as well as a new bezel-less design and the Android TV operating system.
Stepping up into the U6H series, Hisense states this line gets upgrades, including Quantum Dot, Dolby Vision IQ, HDR 10/10+/adaptive, FiImmaker Mode, and a 60Hz native refresh rate. On the audio side the U6H offers features such as Dolby Atmos and eARC.
Addressing the gaming community the line includes ultra high-speed HDMI, Game Mode Plus and variable refresh rate functionality, and the new addition of far-field voice control and integrated Google Assistant.
For 2022 the U7H builds upon features offered in 2021 such as Game Mode Pro, along with the ability to recognize gaming sequences to automatically optimize display settings, and ultra-high speed HDMI. The TVs’ auto low latency mode and 120 Hz variable refresh rate are said to deliver smooth, fluid game play – giving players instant response times with minimal motion blur and halo effects.
The U7 delivers upgrades for 2022 include IMAX enhanced, Filmmaker Mode, Dolby Vision IQ, HDR 10/10+/adaptive, Quantum Dot, FreeSync and the newly integrated NEXTGEN TV ATSC 3.0 tuner, which brings a 4K HDR delivers no matter the content. Audio updates include Dolby Atmos, eARC and WiSA wireless audio.
Screen sizes for the U7H line range from 55 to 85-inches.
Moving onto the U8H series, this line now features a Mini LED upgrade paired with Hisense’s ULED technology and Quantum Dot technologies.
The U8H series provides users with a 120Hz refresh rate, a peak brightness capability up to 1,500 nits, and picture upgrades like IMAX enhanced, Filmmaker Mode, Dolby Vision IQ, Dolby IQTM, and HDR10+.
Some of the audio options built into the product line include Dolby Atmos, eARC and WiSA support. The U8H’s gaming range from ultra-high speed HDMI, auto-low-latency mode, and variable refresh rate, to Freesync, and Hisense’s Game Mode Pro.
Moreover, to allow the TVs to easily integrate into smart-home environments the TVs offer In-bezel microphones, far-field voice capability, embedded Google Assistant, and Works with Alexa functionality.
Rounding out the company’s 2022 TVs is the flagship U9H series. Hisense explains the U9H TV line introduces Mini LED to the 2022 lineup to deliver HDR performance with a bright picture, vivid colors, and excellent contrast. According to Hisense, the key to great Mini LED performance is how well the LEDs work together to ensure uniformity and the best possible picture. Its ULED technology it continues enables a seamless relationship between hardware and software to enhance color, contrast, motion, and image brightness.
The U9H is said to produce brightness levels up to 2,000 nits, and the products feature more than 1,280 full-array local dimming zones, as well Quantum Dot technology, Dolby Vision and Dolby Vision IQ.
Hisense adds the U9H series also offers options such as Game Mode Pro, variable refresh rate, and FreeSync via the TVs’ ultra-high speed HDMI ports, and a NEXTGEN TV ATSC 3.0 tuner.
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