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(Pocket-lint) Chinese technology company Hisense announced a lineup of new small LED TVs and ULED X display technology at CES 2023.
Dubbed ULED X, Hisense’s new technology promises intelligent backlight control, over 5,000 local dimming zones and a maximum brightness of 2,500 nits.
If the ULED X looks familiar, you should know. It’s the updated version of Hisense ULED technology, which uses a 16-bit light-control algorithm that the company claims enables smoother dimming and better color effects. Hisense states that its ULED X screens offer twice the dynamic range of an OLED TV while achieving the brightness of a Quantum LED panel.
All of this is made possible by the Hi-View Engine X chipset, which powers more than 20,000 micro LEDs in a variety of dimming zones. All this makes for a screen size of up to 85 inches, while providing a 30% wider viewing angle and fewer reflections. The usual tech is also included: Dolby Vision, Wi-Fi 6e, and Freesync Premium Pro are just a few of the marketing buzzwords used in the ads.
Hisense is quite confident in its ULED X TVs, claiming that they offer an undeniable “wow factor”. The first generation of ULED X TVs will be called UX, but the real details about what this lineup will look like are yet to be revealed. It’s still relatively early days for Hisense at CES 2023 so we can probably hope to find out more sooner rather than later, if not, 2023 certainly has a lot to cover as the months go by.
Written by Oliver Salam.
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