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Goodbye OLED. Hisense brings ULED to the table at CES 2023

By Ken Wong - on 10 Jan 2023, 10:01am

Goodbye OLED. Hisense brings ULED to the table at CES 2023

Stephen Yao, Assistant General Manager of Hisense USA, introducing the ULED X TV. Image source: Hisense.

At CES 2023 Hisense showed us their idea of what our viewing future was as they unveiled their new ULED X TV.

With an 8K resolution, the 110-inch television comes with mini-LED backlight, up to 2,500nits of brightness, and a contrast ratio of 150,000:1. Another factor in its performance is the Hi-View Engine X, which controls over 20,000 mini-LEDs and more than 5,000 local dimming zones.

According to Stephen Yao, Assistant General Manager of Hisense USA, ULED X combines TV technologies, processing power, and more precise control over the picture through active intelligent backlight control, pushing the display capability to its limits. Reportedly, ULED X can achieve three times the environmental contrast of conventional OLED TV, and two times the dynamic range of OLED TV, all while also reaching the brightness of Quantum LED. It is interesting to note that this is somewhat similar to Samsung's QLED approach ever since they debuted their mini-LED based TVs in 2021. 

It can be seen from almost anywhere. Image source: Hisense.

It features a 30% wider viewing angle, and an ultra-low-reflection panel so that everyone in the room can enjoy the same picture quality no matter where they sit.

The ULED X is designed not just for viewing pleasure, but for listening too. It delivers cinema-quality sound with 80 watts of power, 7 speakers, and 4.1.2 channels of immersive surrounding sound. It also includes technology like Dolby Vision, Wi-Fi 6e, NEXTGEN TV, and Freesync Premium Pro.


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Besides the ULED X, Hisense also had the U8K, U7K, and U6K series also on display at this year's CES.

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