75″ ULED 8K Mini-LED Series U90G – Hisense Australia

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Have you been searching for the perfect screen to bring into your home to create an at-home movie experience in the comfort of your own room?

There is no need to search any longer, with the Hisense 75” (29.5”) Mini-LED ULED 8K TV you can enjoy all of life’s tv and movies in your bedroom, for maximum comfort and maximum enjoyment.

Hisense Australia’s latest ULED 8K mini-LED TV series U90G comes with their proprietary mini LED display technology. The overall picture quality is better than their previous mini LED models, and the screen size has been reduced to a mere 75cm (29.5″). Gone are the days of thick screen small televisions and now these flatter screens give you excellent visuals in a small space.

According to Hisense, its mini-LED TV boasts: more real colour performance for better viewing experience; darker black level reveals the hidden details of each scene; wider colour gamut delivers accurate colours in a variety of lighting conditions; higher resolution makes everything look clearer and sharp on your television screen, regardless of the size.

There are many other features that make this Hisense Mini-LED model the best of the best;

Key Features

Superb picture quality and contrast for an excellent viewing experience

Deep blacks that don't interfere with detail extraction of HDR content

Cinema Dolby Atmos surround sound system for deep, clear audio immersion, making you feel like you’ve brought the cinema into your room

Game mode to play games without input lag or visual distortion

Our Final Opinion on this Gadget

With many TV’s circulating and many of us looking to upgrade, we want the best we can find. This Hisense Mini-LED TV is a fabulous choice if you are searching for a small TV for a bedroom with incredible quality that rivals larger screens.

Hayley Ianna
Hayley Ianna

Hayley is one of the most respected woman tech editors in Australia. She is a professional and creative writer from Deakin University in Geelong, Victoria.