At CES 2020, Hisense Canada has introduced its updated lineup of TVs and home-cinema projectors.
"Hisense is a growing brand in the North American market, and that growth is being driven by a focus on quality and innovation," says Meaghan Wilkinson, Director of Marketing for Hisense Canada. "The 2020 Hisense lineup introduces next-generation TVs that are not only affordable and accessible but will exceed expectations in terms of performance."
The Hisense L5 4K Ultra Short Throw Laser TV is a projector that can bring a big-screen experience into most any room. Its blue laser light source produce precise images, exceeding the standard 4K color range. Fast-moving images appear smooth and precise.. Embedded speakers feature dbx-tv. Android TV allows access to more than 5,000 apps and games on the Google Play store.
The Hisense Q9G Quantum TV has been upgraded with Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos support, as well as additional local dimming zones to improve image delivered by Hisense's ULED and Quantum Dot technology. In-bezel microphones and far-field voice control, plus Android TV and Google Assistant, allow the Q9G to become a smart-home hub.
The Hisense Q8G Quantum has been upgraded with additoinal local-dimming zones and Quantum Dot technology, boosting color, and augmenting Hisense ULED technology, Hi-View Engine, Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos. This model is now available in screen sizes up to 75-inch. Android TV is included, with a voice remote and Google Assistant.
The H78G series features 4K UHD, Dolby Vision, DTS Virtual: X, Motion Rate Technology, Bluetooth audio and built-in Chromecast, plus compatibility with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.
The H56G series of smaller, lower-cost Full HD TVs features Android TV, Google Assistant, Bluetooth audio and DTS Studio Sound.
The XD9G series features Hisense proprietary ULED XD technology, along with Quantum Dot technology, Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos. In-bezel microphones and far-field voice control augment the integrated Google Assistant.
The R6G series incorporates the Roku smart TV platform, with a customizable home screen and access to thousands of free and paid streaming channels.
The H4G series is a budget-conscious line featuring built-in Wi-Fi and fast search.
The Q9G, Q8G R6G and H4G series will be available in Canada this April. The H78G and H56G series launch in Q2. Canadian availability of the L5 projector and XD9G TVs is to be announced. The Hisense lineup can be viewed at CES in booth #10039, Las Vegas Convention Center.