Hisense pushes up the bar for its Smart TVs with the new 75-inch mini LED. Design care inside and out, here's what it looks like and how much it costs
Along with the new 55-inch budget OLED Smart TV, Hisense has also made official for the Italian market the spearhead of its range, namely the new 75-inch mini LED Smart TV 75U9GQ. In absolute, it is useless to deny it, the novelty has a cost quite large (as are the dimensions), but in relation to the technical content the price seems right.
The Smart TV mini LED Hisense also has a nice design that, in fact, makes it an object of furniture. It seems to be able to integrate well everywhere in short, even in the most modern style environments, which is not to be overlooked in light of the clearly considerable size. If you can't "camouflage" it - and you can't - then Hisense's designers have carefully crafted the design so that it looks good. On the technical side, little has been left by the wayside: the Hisense 75U9GQ has a 75" Ultra HD LCD screen with Quantum Dot and a refresh rate of 100/120 Hz, with a wide viewing angle guaranteed by the technology used. Here are all the details on the new Smart TV mini LED of Hisense.
Smart TV mini LED Hisense, how it is
The new Smart TV mini LED of Hisense boasts a large screen of 75 inches diagonal, ideal for those who, owning adequate space, want to enjoy all the benefits of the technology contained within. Stands out the mini LED backlight in Full Array Local Dimming Pro configuration, with more than 1,000 areas of control and capable of pushing the peak brightness up to 3,000 nits, in fact a real "lamp".
In addition to the really precise backlighting thanks to mini LED technology, to ensure excellent image quality, the designers have equipped the Hisense 75U9GQ Smart TV with a Quantum Dot panel with 4K resolution compatible with HDR 10+, HLG and Dolby Vision IQ technologies.
On a high-end product like this, it could not miss a well-equipped audio compartment. Hisense 75U9GQ has an integrated 3.1.2-channel system with 90 watts of power, front speakers with built-in subwoofer and Dolby Atmos compatibility. The new Hisense Smart TV mini LED is manageable through Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant voice commands, has lativù 4K certification and integrates the new VIDAA 5.0 smart system that offers not only a variety of content and an optimized user experience, but also the new proprietary Vidaa Voice control.
There are four HDMI inputs, all of which are compatible with some of the HDMI 2.1 features, specifically Auto Low Latency Mode and Variable Refresh Rate, the latter technology, which can range between 48 and 60 Hz depending on the needs of the content to be transmitted. On the HDMI 2 input, the eARC function is also available. Finally, in terms of connectivity, there are also Wi-Fi 802.11 dual band, an Ethernet input, Bluetooth 5.0, a USB 3.0 input, a USB 2.0, a CI+ slot with ECP, headphone output and optical digital output to connect soundbars and the like.
Smart TV mini LED Hisense, availability and price
Technology and innovation are paid, sometimes even quite a lot. This is the case of the Hisense 75-inch Smart TV mini LED 75U9GQ, which has a list price in Italy of 3,999 euros but that some major electronics chains already offer at about 3,700 euros with immediate availability. There is not yet on Amazon, where, however, will certainly arrive within a few weeks in view of Christmas shopping or, even before, Black Friday.