The Hisense L9G laser TV features a short throw projector capable of delivering images between 75in and 120in (190cm to 305cm) without distortion.
When you've got to come up with deals each week, it can't be all AirPods all the time, with this week's deals sure to tempt the right buyers, but obviously not everyone.
Hisense’s smart TV operating system interface is called VIDAA, and in its 2021 ULED TV models it is upgraded to VIDAA U5, dubbed as the fastest version yet, adding Google Assistant to the existing Amazon Alexa support, with select models to offer “hands-free” voice control, with new apps and streaming content coming including Kayo for sports lovers - and separately, Hisense TVs powered by Android are also coming.
The ABC has updated its iview app for certain smart TVs, bringing them into line with the Android TV and Apple TV versions.
Hisense has signed Australian soccer stars, Mile Jedinak and Ellyse Perry, as brand ambassadors ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup and has a competition to celebrate in the hope of making more sales.
At CES 2018, Hisense announced that Australia would be the first country to receive Hisense-branded OLED TVs, for even though TV makers all have tech to compete against OLED panels, it's clearly worth offering an OLED choice to custsomers who want it.
It's the 10th anniversary of the Breaking Bad TV series, and SVOD-service Stan is not only making it exclusively available, but has more 4K content to come soon, too.
Laser TVs were previewed more than a decade ago, but with Hisense bringing a 100-inch model to life, alongside its ULED range, the Hisense competitive spirit is clearly firing up and getting set to stun.
After announcing its new Series 8 and 9 ULED 4K TVs at the Australian F1 Grand Prix in late March, Hisense’s newest flagship models have now arrived in stores at last.
Global consumer electronics company Hisense, the parent company of Hisense Australia, has been named as the official television sponsor of the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.
Hisense has unveiled two 4K ULED series 8 and 9 televisions at the 2017 Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix – the latter with its version of Quantum Dot technology.
Hisense has used the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show to highlight its new 85” ULED smart TV – its next evolution for more affordable smart TVs. It also announced a Stan streaming client for its 2017 Australian and its earlier 2015 and 2016 TV line-up.
Weak demand for smart TVs has seen a 20.9% drop in shipments in Q1, 2016 – time to bag a bargain!
Hisense has rolled out its own range of affordable yet stunning 4K televisions, using ULED technology and its F1 Red Bull sponsorship to capture public imagination - and sales.
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