Hisense goes premium: announces Series 8 & 9 Australian Pricing

Stunning TVs, Great prices

After a successful year with their ULED range in 2017, a year to the day since their ULED launch at last year’s Melbourne Grand Prix, Hisense are back announcing their premium Series 8 and 9 ULED TVs

With pressure from consumers for a premium range and more importantly a desire from retailers to stock a higher value product, Hisense is for the first time bringing their premium range to Australia.

The Series 8 and 9 TVs take the picture quality of the Hisense ULED to new levels.

Andre Iannuzzi, head of marketing at Hisense Australia, is looking forward to seeing the range in-stores later this year

“I feel that with the Series 8 and Series 9 TVs we’ve really doubled down on our commitment to transform the viewing experience and provide our customers with top-of-the-line TV technology and design. We’ve managed to consolidate all the elements people loved about our Series 7 TVs and create — what I think — is a visually improved, more streamlined user experience across the new models,” he said.

The series 9 range will also feature Quantum Dot technology as Hisense sets its sights on QLED as it’s future technology for TV.

Both Series 8 and 9 will hit Australian retailers in the second half of 2017 from July, with prices starting at $3,000.

The popular Series 7 range will also be available but expect a strong focus on the Series 8 and 9 as Hisense pushes itself as a premium brand in Australia.

55in Series 8 $2,999
65in Series 8 $3,999

75in Series 9 $7,999
85in Series 9 $10,999

Yup, an 85 inch TV for $11,000.  Bring that on.

 

Trevor Long is attending the Formula One Grand Prix as a guest of Hisense.  For full details of commercial activities and disclosure click here.

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