Hisense has firmly established itself as a strong choice for buying a TV that offers a high price/performance ratio, and it offers a broad array of models and screen sizes to fulfill the wide variety of use-case applications that are relevant to today’s TV buyer.
Starting at the top, we’ve got the U9H series. This TV will come in a 75-inch screen size with a 120 Hz panel and offer 2000 nits of peak brightness thanks to a 1280 zone full array local dimming backlight—one that utilizes mini-LEDs.
Add quantum dot technology color, Dolby Vision, and even a sound system that offers 2.1.2 built-in Dolby Atmos and supports eARC as well as WISA, and you’ve got one well-equipped premium TV. MSRP is $3199.99 and you can expect to see it ship in late summer 2022.
Billed by Hisense as “the best all-around TV” due to its popularity and the awards it has won, this is a TV designed to deliver a high impact, high fidelity image that you associate with premium TVs at higher price points. It’s got the mini-LED backlight, quantum dots, hundred 20 Hz, 1500 and it peak brightness, IMAX enhanced, Filmmaker Mode, Dolby Vision, HDR 10+, Freesync plus a Game Mode Pro— it’s a TV that truly tries to leave nothing on the table.
The U8H will be available in 55 inch, 65 inch, and 75-inch sizes, with the 55-inch model starting at $1099. Availability is slated for mid-summer of 2022.
High performance a low price, and a broad selection of screen sizes define this series. It’s sure to be a favorite for gamers because it offers a 120 Hz panel with a variable refresh rate and ultra-high-speed HDMI input so you can take advantage of it. But still got quantum dots it still IMAX Enhanced still got Dolby Vision. What it doesn’t have is mini-LEDs in the backlight array, which is what makes the step down from the U8H. But unlike that series, the U7H has an 85-inch option.
The U7H will be available in 55-inch, 65-inch, 75-inch, and 85-inch sizes, with the 55-inch model starting at $799. Availability is expected in mid-summer of 2022.
This is the entry point to the Hisense ULED lineup, the most affordable model. Value for the dollar is the theme here, with the sizes ranging from 55 inches to 75 inches, with an MSRP starting at $579.99 for the 55-inch model. The panel is 60 Hz, and it drops the IMAX Enhanced designation. But you still get quantum dot color, Dolby Vision, Support for Dolby Atmos, eARC compatibility—there's a lot of good tech in this TV, although arguably the U7H represents an overall better value because of its superior features. Nevertheless, if the priority is the biggest screen at the lowest price, this is the series to look at.
Availability is slated for summer 2022.
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