January 4, 2022
In the rush to introduce the next biggest TV screen, 8K format screens have become a prerequisite. Chinese consumer electronics giant Hisense is set to bow a 120-inch 8K TriChroma Cinema Laser Smart TV later this year, which includes an eye-popping $5,999 price tag.
The CES showstopper features Dolby Vision IQ, QLED Quantum Dot Color, HDMI 2.1 inputs (ideal for gaming), well as Hisense’s proprietary VIDAA operating system, which affords users access to third-party streaming apps such as Disney+, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Tubi, among other streaming services. The VIDAA Smartphone app doubles as a TV remote.
Last month, Hisense announced the availability of its first branded 8K U800GR Roku TV. Certified by the 8K Association, the U800GR Series TV model claims to deliver 33 million pixels and four times more depth and clarity than a 4KTV. The 75-inch U800GR is available for $2,699.99 at Amazon and BestBuy.com.
Hisense is also showcasing “less expensive” UHD, ULED and Mini-LED TVs at CES through Jan. 7 in Las Vegas.