It’s later in the year than the company would have liked, but it’s probably a case of better late than never for the 2021 range of Hisense TVs in Australia.
From $899 to $7,999 there’s a TV for every budget, every size and every use case.
Key to the range is the presence of VRR – Variable Refresh Rate and ALLM or Auto Low Latency Mode across almost every model. These are the things gamers are looking for to take advantage of the next generation consoles in the market.
Meanwhile there’s all the buzz words when it comes to TV technology as well – with Mini LED TVs as part of the range Hisense joins Samsung, LG and TCL with this latest backlighting technology in the market.
But for Hisense, it’s about keeping it simple as their Marketing man Andre Iannuzzi says “Too many TV brands talk about premium features shrouded in marketing jargon, but no one needs to ‘hear colours’ and ‘taste sounds’. At Hisense, we’re big on clarity, not confusion. This year let’s get real, consumers just need a great TV at a great price with actual features they’re looking for. A TV like our range of UHD and ULED TVs”,
The 2021 range also features Dolby Vision HDR, Dolby Atmos as well as Google Assistant built in alongside Amazon Alexa for hands-free control.
The entire range is 23 TVs across 7 Different models each containing various sizes.
It starts with the Full HD entry level A4G
Then into the 4K UHD range
And every other TV is Hisense ULED no matter what the backlight technology.
The Mini LED 4K TVs sit at the top of the 4K lineup
With Standard and Mini LED 8K models at the ultra-premium end of the range.
Prices for every model, except the Mini LED 4K are out now, with the models moving into retail this month.
|U90G ULED 8K Mini-LED(75”)||From June||$7999|
|U80G ULED 8K TV|
(65”, 75”, 85”)
|U9G ULED 4K Mini-LED(65”, 75”)||TBC||TBC|
|U8G ULED TV|
(55”, 65”, 75”, 85”)
|U7G ULED TV|
(55”, 65”, 75”)
|A7G UHD Smart TV|
(43”, 50”, 55”, 65”, 75”, 85”, 98”)