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Hisense has new Google TV televisions, projectors, and sound bars at CES 2022
- Hisense at CES 2022 is introducing its lineup of smart TVs. All of which will have either Android TV or the Google TV UI.
- The company also announced new short-throw projectors, all of which are available for sale now.
- Finally, Hisense revealed a new soundbar for home theater owners.
HiSense is going big for CES 2022 this year. The company has revealed new smart TVs with Google’s operating system, along with new short-throw projectors (also known as “laser TVs”). Hisense even has upgraded soundbars for people who want better audio than what you can get included in your television.
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For its 2022 TV lineup, Hisense at CES 2022 has announced that all of its higher-end ULED televisions will have the Google TV skin for Android TV installed. That means the TVs will offer content selections rather than just a list of Android TV apps. It also means that all of the Hisense ULED televisions will have hands-free voice controls via Google Assistant.
Hisense at CES 2022: New TVs
The highest-end Hisense 2022 TV model will be the 75-inch U9H. It will include features like Mini LED technology for automatic adjustments to the picture in real-time, along with a 120Hz refresh rate, 2,000 nits of peak brightness, more than 1,280 full-array local dimming zones, built-in speakers on both the top and bottom of the TV with Dolby Atmos support and more. It’s due later this summer for $3,199.
The U8H and U7H series of TVs will also have some solid features like 120Hz refresh rates, Game Mode Pro for better console gaming experiences, and support for the next-generation broadcast TV technology (ATSC 3.0). The U8H TVs will come in 55-, 65-, and 75-inch sizes starting at $1,099, while the U7H series will be available in 55-, 65-, 75-, and 85-inch sizes starting at $799. Both are launching this summer.
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The Hisense U6H TV series will offer ULED screens at a more affordable price, while still offering features like Dolby Vision IQ, HDR 10, Game Mode Plus, and more. They will be sold in 55-, 65-, and 75-inch sizes for the starting price of $579 this summer.
Hisense is also offering lower-priced TVs with its A7H, A6H, and A4H series, all of which are coming later this spring. The A7H will be the big one at 85 inches, with a Google TV upgrade and Dolby Atmos support for the price of $1,699. The A6H series will also get a Google TV upgrade with a starting price of $299 in 43-, 50-, 55-, 65-, and 75-inch models. The A4H series will come in smaller 32-, 40-, and 43-inch models, with Android TV installed, with a starting price of $199.
New short-throw projectors with Android TV
Hisense at CES 2022 is also launching an all-new short throw projector, the PX1-PRO TriChroma Laser Cinema. It uses three lasers (red, green, and blue) to project a 4K image ranging from 90in to 130in on a wall or a projector screen. It supports features like Dolby Vision, HDR10, and Filmmaker Mode, and has Android TV installed. Although, if you prefer, you can put in a streaming stick like a Roku or Amazon Fire TV in one of its many HDMI ports. Best of all, this projector is available right now for $3,999.
Hisense is also upgrading two of its previous short throw projectors. The L9G TriChroma Laser TV, launched in 2021, now adds Dolby Vision support. It’s available for sale now at $5,999 for the 120-inch version and $5,499 for the 100-inch version. Also, the 2022 version of the L5G 4K Smart Laser TV has a single blue light laser for its 100- and 120-inch models, also with Android TV, Dolby Vision, and embedded 30W speakers with Dolby Atmos support. It’s also on sale now for $4,499 for the 100-inch model and $4,999 for the 120-inch version.
New soundbars as well
Hisense at CES 2022 also revealed some new soundbars for home theater fans. The U5120G has 12 speakers and 480W of power and Dolby Atmos support. It’s due later this fall. The higher-end U5120GW Plus has 14 speakers — including two dedicated speakers for overhead sound — along with 7.1.2 audio channels. It’s due this spring. Hisense did not reveal pricing for the soundbars.