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Hisense is finally bringing their unique (and expensive) short-throw projector-based Laser TV to Australian consumers.
Hisense are showing off a new Movie Wall TV at this year's IFA.
Hisense have finally detailed when their first soundbars for the Australian market will arrive and how much they'll cost.
Hisense has detailed just how much their 2019 TV range will cost and where you'll be able to find it in Australia.
Although Hisense spent much of their press conference talking about their upcoming ULED TVs, their booth at this year's CES showed off both the company's first 8K and MicroLED TVs.
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If you’re looking for big screen 4K TVs that are both nicer and cheaper than you expect, you’ll find them in Hisense’s new Series 8 and Series G TVs.
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