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Hisense XT900 Ultra-LED UHD TV

Hisense XT900

Hisense announced its new flagship television series, the Ultra-LED (U-LED) XT900, available in 65-, 84- and range-topping 110-inch screen sizes, offering spectacular 3840 x 2160 (4K) pixel resolution panels that is four times the resolution of standard HDTV. Complete with a rich feature set that includes WiFi-enabled Smart TV, active shutter 3D technology on vibrant 120Hz panels, and precise local dimming with mega dynamic contrast ratio, the XT900 delivers a powerful and immersive viewing experience ideal for any video content.

Another unique feature of the new XT900 is the USB-mounted detachable camera that enables applications such as Skype calling in addition to powering built-in gesture control and facial recognition functionality. The ergonomically designed remote control also houses a microphone, allowing users to operate many of the television’s functions using voice commands.

LED vs ULED

“The XT900 represents the pinnacle of Hisense’s R&D and innovative design capabilities, rightfully deserving the crown as our new flagship model,” said Peter Erdman, Vice President of Consumer Electronics, Hisense USA. “With the XT900, consumers can look forward to the very best in technological advances and freedom of choice at incredibly affordable prices.”

Specifications:

  • UHD (3840 x 2160) native resolution;
  • U-LED Technologies
  • 120 Hz;
  • WiFi enabled;
  • Smart TV with Google TV;
  • 65”, 84”, 110” screen sizes; 
3D;
  • Smart TV functionality;
  • Precise Local Dimming;
  • Mega Dynamic Contrast Ratio (10,000,000:1);
  • Multi-Screen Play;
  • Detachable camera (Skype calling, gesture and facial recognition);
  • Voice control

Pricing and retail distribution for the XT900 have not yet been announced.

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