All posts tagged: Hisenses

Hisense’s new CanvasTV is cheaper than Samsung’s Frame – but with similar specs

Hisense’s new CanvasTV is cheaper than Samsung’s Frame – but with similar specs

[ad_1] Kerry Wan/ZDNET Taking direct aim at Samsung, Hisense has unveiled a new matte finish TV that doubles as artwork. And while the specs are quite similar to Samsung’s The Frame, the price of Hisense’s version is significantly more affordable. Hisense says CanvasTV pricing will start at $999 for the 55-inch version and $1,300 for the 65-inch version. For comparison, Samsung’s The Frame costs $1,499 for the 55-inch and $1,999 for the 65-inch when not on sale. Also: The best TVs to buy in 2024 The TV will come preloaded with a collection of art pieces in various styles, including abstract, modern, and Renaissance. With the press of a button, the artwork will change to personal photographs, giving users the chance to curate their own decor. If you’re worried about your power bill increasing from an “always on” TV, a special power saving mode automatically adjusts the set’s brightness in art mode and uses a light sensor to minimize energy consumption. An additional motion sensor automatically turns off the screen when the room is empty, …

Hisense’s U9N QLED is a new super-bright TV that gamers will want

Hisense’s U9N QLED is a new super-bright TV that gamers will want

[ad_1] Hisense In January 2024, Hisense debuted its 2024 television lineup, highlighted by the premium ULED X series and its staggering 110-inch version. Now there’s a new entry in this year’s lineup: the Hisense U9N Mini-LED QLED TV. What’s unique about this TV, Hisense says, is that it’s part of the standard ULED line, but it includes features from the “ultra-premium” ULED X line. The U9N is now the top offering from Hisense’s 2024 ULED series. Also: Hisense unveils one of the brightest TVs you’ll ever see, and one of the thinnest This set will run on Hisense’s Hi-View Engine X chipset that uses AI picture processing, 16-bit AI mini-LED light management, and visual processing that can articulate up to 65,536 levels of brightness. It has an impressive 5,000 nits of brightness and 5,300 dimming zones, Hisense says, meaning it will do well even in the brightest of environments. For comparison, the U8N has 3,000 nits of brightness and right at 2,000 dimming zones. Hisense’s newest offering also supports DolbyVision, DolbyVisionIQ, IMAX Enhanced, Filmmaker Mode (designed …

Hisense’s flagship 4K TV should cost more than it does, and it’s 0 off with this Amazon deal

Hisense’s flagship 4K TV should cost more than it does, and it’s $350 off with this Amazon deal

[ad_1] Taylor Clemons/ZDNET What’s the deal? The Hisense U8K 55-inch TV is on sale for $748 at Amazon during the Big Spring Sale — that’s 32% off.  Why this deal is ZDNET-recommended I wasn’t expecting much when I set up the Hisense U8K in my office/game room. But as I ran the TV through my usual gauntlet of tests, the U8K impressed me in every way that matters. With bright, vibrant images, and crisp audio, as well as customizable refresh rates and contrast calibration, the Hisense U8K is well worth the money, especially if you’re a console gamer. View at Amazon While the Hisense U8K looks great in the photos I was able to take, it looks even better in person. Colors are vivid and bold, whites are bright, and blacks are about as dark as you can get outside of an OLED panel. Detailing is crisp and well-defined, allowing different visual styles to shine. Also: The Amazon $150 50-inch TV deal is back by invitation only. Here’s how to sign up Setting up the …