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Hisense Unveils 100-inch Mini LED U8K TV: CEDIA 2023

The Hisense U8K 100-inch 4K TV offers 1500+ nits of peak brightness, 1600+ local dimming zones, IMAX Enhanced and Dolby Vision.

Hisense U8K 100-inch Mini LED 4K TV Lifestyle

Hisense has introduced the 100” U8K, the largest Mini LED TV available and the latest addition to its award-winning 2023 U8K Series. The $10,000 USD price tag might raise a few eyebrows, but the reality is that 100-inch 4K TVs are extremely rare at this point and building a comparable projector/screen system would cost you more and not necessarily offer the same connectivity options and flexibility.

The 100″ U8K offers a unique combination of size and features, including Mini-LED backlighting for an exceptional picture; a 144Hz panel and native refresh rate for next generation gaming; and future-proof technologies, like NEXTGEN TV offering 4K over the air content like live sports and Wifi 6E for uninterrupted streaming.

Tip: Although “8K” is in the model number, all 2023 Hisense U8K Series TVs offer 4K resolution. The letter “K” corresponds to the 2023 model year.

The 100” U8K continues Hisense’s promise to provide unparalleled performance with the largest Mini LED TV on the market, while providing excellent viewing experiences at a best-in-class price. 

Hisense U8K 100-inch Mini LED 4K TV
Hisense U8K 100-inch Mini LED 4K TV

“Popularity and consumer interest in big screens continues to grow. Hisense’s 75-inch plus segment experienced a 500% increase over the last three years, so we wanted to lean into that success by offering even more options this year,” said David Gold, President of Hisense USA. “While our laser TV lineup can reach up to an impressive 300-inches, we also wanted to offer an option that showcases Hisense’s superior Mini LED experience, and there was no better choice than what’s proving to be our most award-winning TV to date: the U8K Series. We’re the only brand offering Mini LED at the 100-inch size, at this performance level, with this feature set, and a value package.”

Tip: Hisense U8K 4K TVs are also available in 55″, 65″, 75″ and 85″ screen sizes.

The 100” U8K is the perfect choice for those looking to take their home entertainment to the big leagues, while keeping the superior picture quality the Series is known for.

Hisense U8K TV Remote Control

With up to 1500+ nits of peak brightness, 1600+ local dimming zones, IMAX Enhanced, Dolby Vision, Quantum Dot (QLED), and Mini LED perfectly paired with Hisense ULED technology, the U8K offers incredible realism in each scene.

Tip: The term “ULED” is proprietary branding used only by Hisense to differentiate its premium models. Learn more about ULED and TV technologies.

Gamers looking to level-up their experience will be blown away by advanced technology like a 144hz VRR, AMD FreeSync Premium, ALLM and Dolby Vision Gaming – all working seamlessly to minimize input lag, screen jitter, and frame tearing and create smooth, uninterrupted play on a massive scale. 

The U8K also brings big entertainment options with NEXTGEN TV to make live sports and local broadcasts more dynamic and lifelike. Additionally, Google TV takes streaming to the next level with 700,000+ movies and TV episodes, live TV, and more available across 10,000+ apps – all organized in one place. 

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Whether it’s a big game or big blockbuster, the 100” U8K delivers an audio experience to match its massive screen size. The 2.1.2 built-in, multi-channel audio and Dolby Atmos create a robust soundscape, while eARC and WiSA SoundSend support enable wireless sound hookup. 

Those attending the CEDIA Expo can see the new U8K on display at Hisense’s booth.

Price & Availability

The Hisense 100” U8K (model 100U8K) will be available at $9,999 at Amazon and Best Buy later this fall.

5 Comments

5 Comments

  1. ORT

    September 8, 2023 at 4:27 pm

    I do not really neeeeeeeeeeeeeeeed a new (gnu?) TV but I readily admit to wanting one. I need to stay out of Best Buy.

    65″ to 70″ would zoot-suit me to a T…V. Call me Mike Teavee and talk me down.

    ORT

    • Ian White

      September 8, 2023 at 8:05 pm

      ORT,

      100 inches feels about right at this point.

      IW

      • ORT

        September 9, 2023 at 12:50 pm

        Ian, I think that would be cool. I have had mine for almost 6.5 years now and Samsung no longer makes curved screen TVs or at least any with cutting edge tech.

        So this year I may treat me to a new and improved television. I like Samsung but Hisense might make sense this time around. Trying to get my wife to pick out new kitchen stuff I can actually afford as well as it “ain’t carpet it’s “flooring” for upstairs is long past the annoying stage for me.

        Cross over children. All are welcome. All are welcome…Go into the light…Mini LED and organic OLED with multizone deeeep black zone switching…All are welcome…

        They’re here…Poultrygeist.

        1984ORT G. ORTwell

        • Ian White

          September 9, 2023 at 6:21 pm

          ORT,

          I’ve seen the smaller TCL and Hisense TVs from their top 2 ranges and they’re very good looking units. The prices are also excellent.

          What’s interesting is that 8K is not selling. Not at all. I visited 3 BBs to see 7 of the specific models on my list and when I asked about “8K”…the sales people told me that nobody was buying them.

          I think it’s hard to go wrong with LG, Samsung, Sony, Hisense or TCL at this point if you’re looking at the top models.

          I’m partial to LG’s Evo range but I can see myself buying a TCL or Hisense in the 55″ to 65” range for other rooms in the house based on performance/price.

          IW

  2. Phillip

    September 10, 2023 at 1:03 pm

    I bought a Epson Laser HD video projector… and have an 8 year old 100″ screen….all bought for about 1200 dollars….no need to spend big, big money

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