Published On: January 11, 2024

Hisense's CES 2024 Reveals: Rollable Laser TV, 10,000-nit ULED X, and More

Published On: January 11, 2024
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Hisense's CES 2024 Reveals: Rollable Laser TV, 10,000-nit ULED X, and More

Hisense's CES 2024 presentation left a lasting impression as they showcased an array of remarkable TVs, promising bigger screens and brighter displays.

Hisense's CES 2024 Reveals: Rollable Laser TV, 10,000-nit ULED X, and More

By Author: Nemanja Grbic
With over 9 years of experience in journalism, Nemanja Grbic is a reputable news press release writer and journalist in the home theater industry. His sharp journalistic acumen delivers accurate and engaging news, featured in prominent AV publications.

Hisense has unveiled its latest lineup of cutting-edge TV technologies and innovations at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2024 in Las Vegas. The Chinese electronics giant showcased a range of impressive products, from its flagship ULED X TVs to groundbreaking Laser TV models and more. Hisense's CES 2024 focus was on delivering larger, brighter, and technologically advanced displays that are sure to make an impact in the market.

Home Theater Review's Eric Walasek was in Las Vegas to provide an inside look and share captivating snapshots of Hisense's extraordinary CES 2024 offerings.

One of the highlights of Hisense's CES 2024 presentation was the introduction of the ULED X range, representing the pinnacle of the company's TV technology. The ULED X series encompasses several high-end models, with the 110UX leading the charge. 

Hisense's CES 2024 - Hisense 110UX ULED X TV

This behemoth of a TV boasts a jaw-dropping 40,000 backlighting zones and a staggering 10,000 nits of brightness. These impressive specs put it ahead of competitors, including TCL's latest 115-inch model, making it a standout in the 100-inch TV segment.

Slightly smaller but still impressive, the 98UX features a 98-inch screen with a 144Hz refresh rate, more than 10,000 dimming zones, and 5,000 nits of brightness. Both the 110UX and 98UX come equipped with integrated 4.2.2 sound systems and offer compatibility with Dolby Atmos FlexConnect, allowing users to enjoy immersive sound without the need for external speakers or an AVR.

Hisense also showcased its thinnest Mini LED TV yet with the 75UX, measuring just 14 millimeters in depth. This slim design is described as an "industry first," offering a combination of aesthetics and features. The TV boasts 5,000 dimming zones, promising unmatched contrast. Although it features a 4.2.2 built-in speaker system, it lacks Dolby Atmos FlexConnect support.

Hisense's CES 2024 - Hisense ULED Mini-LED TV lineup

Hisense expanded its ULED lineup with new editions of the U6, U7, and U8 TVs. These models feature Mini LED backlights, offering up to 3,000 nits of brightness and support for Dolby Vision and IMAX Enhanced. Gamers will appreciate the 144Hz gaming support over HDMI 2.1 and Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM). The U7 and U8 series also receive exclusive features powered by the Hi-View Engine Pro chipset, including Dynamic Tone Mapping Pro and AI HDR and detail enhancement modes.

In a unique addition to its TV lineup, Hisense unveiled the CanvasTV, a direct competitor to Samsung's The Frame TV. This TV seamlessly blends into its surroundings, thanks to its frame-style wood housing and zero-gap wall mount, combining technology with artistry to create a visually pleasing home entertainment solution.

Hisense's CES 2024 - Hisense CanvasTV

Hisense's focus on Laser TV technology was evident in its CES 2024 presentation. The company revealed several high-end models, including the flagship 8K Sonic Screen Laser TV. This groundbreaking projector delivers 8K resolution while using the screen itself to emit cinematic sound. With over 100,000 sound units, it promises an immersive audio-visual experience.

Hisense's CES 2024 - Rollable Laser TV

The Rollable Laser TV is another innovative addition to Hisense's CES 2024 lineup, featuring an integrated ultra-short throw projector and an ambient light-rejecting screen that unfurls when in use. This design offers flexibility and convenience for users.

The Ultra Slim 4K Laser TV, boasting a depth of just 1.57cm and a weight of only 7.5kg, positions itself as the smallest 4K Laser TV in the industry. Powered by Hisense's Compact Laser Engine and Ultra Slim Display Technology, it offers a sleek and lightweight viewing solution.

Addressing one of the biggest criticisms of projectors, Hisense unveiled the Ultra Black Screen Laser 4K. This Laser TV incorporates micro-nano anti-glare film technology, improving light usage efficiency by 50%. Hisense also collaborated with Barco to create the Dynamic Light Steering Laser TV, which uses Barco's Bright technology to deliver superior image quality regardless of the lighting conditions.

Pricing and availability for these new TVs and Laser TVs are yet to be revealed, but Hisense's CES 2024 lineup promises to bring a range of exciting options for consumers seeking larger, brighter, and more technologically advanced displays.

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