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.
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.
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