During CES 2023 earlier this month, Hisense unveiled ULED X television technology, providing higher levels of brightness and realistic on-screen picture quality, along with the availability of UX, the First Generation of ULED X TVs.
UX features Hisense’s Hi-View Engine X chipset that controls more than 20,000 Mini LED lights to deliver an ultra-bright picture. It allows the viewer to experience the best display standard through active intelligent backlight control and is equipped with Mini-LED X, 5000+ Local Dimming Zones, 2500 nits peak brightness, and Dynamic X-Display.
“Our engineers were tasked with making the best LED TV available, and they delivered with ULED X,” said David Gold, president of Hisense USA. “But at Hisense, we’re not just about innovating, we’re about making technology widely available. UX ensures big technology isn’t just a claim — it’s a reality for consumers.”
ULED X is the new generation of Hisense’s proprietary ULED technology. It represents the ultimate goal of LED picture quality technology, accumulated over 10 years of research and development. With the industry’s first-ever 16-bit light control algorithm, which provides even more precision and granularity for smoother dimming, and color effects, ULED X can achieve three times the environmental contrast of OLED TV, and two times the dynamic range of OLED TV. These capabilities on the UX model reach a peak brightness of 2500 nits and a contrast ratio of 150,000:1, redefining industry standards for LED TVs by embodying both brightness and contrast.
The Hi-View Engine X chipset, independently developed by Hisense, is a key element in UX’s state-of-the art picture. With more than 20,000 Mini LEDs and 5000+ dimming zones, having a chipset that can handle the processing power and deliver a great picture is important. With a new AI picture quality algorithm, Hi-View Engine X makes automatic adjustments, across hardware and software, to deliver the best picture quality in every frame.
UX enables an 85-inch 4K display, with a 30% expanded viewing angle and ultra-low reflection panel. Additionally, technologies like Dolby Vision, Wi-Fi 6e, NEXTGEN TV, Freesync Premium Pro, and more ensure UX is future-proofed.
Picture quality isn’t the only enhancement for UX. Hisense’s CineStage X, a newly developed audio system, delivers more than 80 watts of power, seven speakers, and a 4.1.2 multi-channel audio system, along with the clarity and detail from Dolby Atmos spatial sound.