Hisense U8K

Hisense Unveils 100-inch U8K Mini LED TV at CEDIA Expo 2023

At its booth (#1326) at CEDIA Expo 2023, currently underway in Denver, CO, Hisense is showcasing its new 100-inch U8K, which is deems the largest Mini LED TV available.

As the newest addition to the U8 series, the new 100-inch U8K boasts Mini-LED backlighting along with a 144Hz panel and native refresh rate for next generation gaming. It also includes NEXTGEN TV, offering 4K over the air content like live sports and Wi-Fi6E for uninterrupted streaming.

“Popularity and consumer interest in big screens continues to grow,” says David Gold, President of Hisense USA. “Hisense’s 75-inch plus segment experienced a 500 per cent increase over the last three years, so we wanted to lean into that success by offering even more options this year.

“While our laser TV lineup can reach up to an impressive 300-inches,” he continues, “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.”

Hisense U8K

The U8K offers up to 1,500+ nits of peak brightness, 1,600+ local dimming zones, IMAX Enhanced, Dolby Vision, Quantum Dot, and Mini LED paired with Hisense ULED technology. Gamers will enjoy advanced technology like a 144hz VRR, AMD FreeSync Premium, ALLM and Dolby Vision Gaming, all of which work together to minimize input lag, screen jitter, and frame tearing to create smooth, uninterrupted play. 

In addition to NEXTGEN TV, there’s also Google TV with 700,000+ movies and TV episodes, live TV, and more available across 10,000+ apps. 

For audio, the TV has 2.1.2 built-in multi-channel audio and Dolby Atmos. eARC and WiSA SoundSend support enable wireless sound hookup. 

The 100” U8K will be available at Best Buy and Amazon later this fall for an MSRP of US$9,999 MSRP (Canadian availability is not yet confirmed).