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Hisense announces Australian price and availability for its 2018 ULED range


Hisense a disturbance in the ULED market.

Hot on the heels of Samsung's announcement of Australian pricing and availability for its 2018 range, ULED competitor Hisense has announced its own lineup for the year. Hisense's 75-inch Series 9 gives last year's model a run for its money with Prime Array Backlight technology (which uses more than 1000 local dimming zones, enhancing whites and blacks), HDR Supreme, Quantum Dot Colour tech, and an updated user interface with VIDAA U 2.5 and the RemoteNOW smart app.

The entire range also includes a new "Game Mode" which claims to offer an enhanced viewing experience for "fast-moving sports" like football. It also claims to enhance 4K gaming by bypassing the usual 4K/HDR upscaling that would occur when a non-4K console (standard PlayStation 4 or Xbox One) is connected.

Here's a full list of specs from the top of Hisense's new range:

  • 200 Smooth Motion Rate
  • Prime Array Backlight with 1000+ Dimming Zones
  • Quantum Dot Colour
  • HDR Supreme 2500-nit Peaking Brightness
  • Ultra HD Premium Certified
  • Ultra Local Dimming
  • Depth Enhancer
  • Hi-View Engine Plus
  • Hi-Sound Pro Audio Solution
  • Pure Metal Design
  • Sports Mode
  • Clean View
  • VIDAA U 2.5 Smart TV
  • RemoteNow Ready

Australian pricing and availability

Here's a full list of pricing and availability for Hisense's 2018 range:

P9 75-inch$6,499June
P9 65-inch$4,499June
P8 75-inch$4,999June
P8 65-inch$3,699June
P7 75-inch$4,499From mid-May
P7 65-inch$3,299From mid-May
P7 55-inch$1,999From mid-May
P7 50-inch$1,499From mid-May

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