Hisense Has Sharp New Televisions, Projectors, and Soundbars in Store for 2022

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If there’s one thing we’ve learned after a prolonged pandemic, it’s the increased importance of a good television in our everyday lives. Well, hopefully, we’ve also learned the importance of washing hands regularly, but two years of binge-watching has definitely led to a new love for the glowing box that streams the world to our living rooms. If you think it’s time to improve your setup, Hisense has you covered with some amazing new announcements at CES 2022.

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Hisense U9H series Televisions

The flagship of the Hisense rollout this year is the U9H series. These bring Mini LED to the new 2022 televisions, which means you get HDR with a uniform, sharp, and bright picture. Hisense uses their ULED technology to ensure their Mini LED screens work perfectly between hardware and software, making it easy for the user to adjust to their preferences and see that immediately reflected in the screen.

They’ve also upgraded the processor, so you get faster and more responsive performance, with a 120Hz refresh rate creating a new level of smoothness and motion. They also offer Dolby Vision and Dolby Vision IQ, as well as Dolby Atmos for a fantastic audio/visual experience. There’s also a Game Mode, plus ultra-high-speed HDMI ports for the best possible gaming experience. Look for it this summer, starting at $3,199.99 for the 75″ version.

Hisense PX1-PRO TriChroma Laser Cinema

Maybe you’re not in the market for a new television. If it’s a projector that makes you perk up, be sure to look at the PX1-PRO TriChroma Laser Cinema; this is a 4K ultrashort projector using the Hisense TriChroma laser engine. It allows for a razor-sharp picture from 90-130 inches, allowing consumers to choose their preferred screen size for their home theater setup.

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They use pure red, green, and blue lasers to create more than a billion colors with a 4k resolution, 60Hz native refresh rate, Dolby Vision, HDR10, and Dolby Atmos. PX1-Pro also runs Android TV, so you have access to significant content as well as the ability to control your smart home while you watch a show.

With pure red, green, and blue lasers, the PX1-PRO reaches more than a billion colors and features 4K resolution, a 60Hz native refresh rate, Dolby Vision, HDR10, and Filmmaker Mode.

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Along with premium audio features such as Dolby Atmos playback and WiSA Ready capabilities, as well as ultra-high-speed HDMI ports to support eARC and auto low latency mode, PX1-PRO offers premium entertainment options for the entire family.

The Android TV operating system brings an array of content with built-in Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Google Assistant, and Works with Alexa capabilities helps PX1-PRO perfectly integrate with smart home ecosystems. This fantastic home theater experience is available starting at $3,999.

Hisense U-Series Soundbars

Rounding out the Hisense experience, there are the U-Series soundbars, which offer Dolby Atmos for richer sound and depth, as well as EzPlay, which allows users to control the volume with their television remote. U5120G sports 12 speakers (coming in Fall 2022), while U5120GW+ has a total of 14 speakers for overhead sound as well and is coming in Spring 2022.

Hisense has a significant bench of excellent home theater options from televisions to projectors and soundbars, so be sure to keep an eye out for them here!

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