Hisense is at CES 2013 in Las Vegas this week showcasing a lineup of slick televisions, including a massive 110-inch UHD unit and next-gen smart TVs.
The high-end TV in the company's current lineup is the Ultra-LED XT900, which is available in 65-inch, 84-inch, and 110-inch screen sizes - with a resolution of 3840 x 2160.
Meanwhile, the Smart TV (XT900) sets are WiFi equipped, support active shutter 3D technology and boast 120 Hz refresh rates. Other features include a USB mounted detachable camera allowing video Skype calling and integrated gesture control. The contrast ratio for this family of TVs is 10 million:1.
Hisense is also showcasing its Google TV-powered XT780, with screen sizes weighing in at 55-inches and 65-inches. As expected, the Google TV OS allows for easy access to the Playstore. Plus, users can interact with their favorite social networks, surf the web, and check e-mail. The TVs ship with a dual sided remote control that boasts a QWERTY keyboard on one side and standard remote control buttons on the other, along with a track pad.
Interestingly, Hisense introduced a concept product known as the 60-inch GF60XT980 which features Ultra High Definition resolution. To be sure, the TV is equipped with a video engine powerful enough to push high resolutions and a high precision lenticular lens - allowing the TV to be viewed from uber- wide angles.
In addition, the TV features facial tracking technology that automatically modifies the viewing sweet spot, offering users the best possible glasses-free experience. Oh, and yes, the video engine is capable of converting regular 2-D content to 3D on-the-fly.
And last, but certainly not least, Hisense showcased TV models in its 2013 lineup equippd with Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL) tech. Select models will also be Roku Ready certified, providing seamless access to Roku's streaming platform using the Streaming Stick, as the MHL port supports full HD resolution high-definition video and audio content.