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CES 2024 | Hisense ULED X TVs, Canvas TV and Kitchen of the Future go on display

The ULED X TVs star at CES 2024. (Source: Hisense)
The ULED X TVs star at CES 2024. (Source: Hisense)
Hisense is touting its latest ULED X variants as class-leading mini-LED TVs in Las Vegas right now. They are being shown off alongside the new Canvas, another big-screen device intended to blend art and technology as the name suggests. The OEM has also set up a "Kitchen of the Future" to demonstrate its latest smart home tech.

Hisense has just announced that its flagship 110UX is a CES 2024 Innovation Award honoree. It is now on the show's floor alongside its new 98UX and 75UX siblings, although these new and potentially more accessibly-sized ULED X variants have fewer dimming zones with a count of ~10,000 and 5,000 respectively.

Then again, the 98UX is still "designed to deliver rich layers and flagship picture quality" with a peak brightness of 5,000 nits, while the 75UX is now Hisense's thinnest mini-LED TV at under 14 millimeters (mm).

The newly expanded ULED X range is joined at CES 2024 by the new Canvas, its OEM's patent answer to devices such as the LG Wallpaper TV.

All 4 new screens are found near the Hisense Kitchen of the Future, an installation that debuts appliances such as the new Smart Built-In Dishwasher with Autodose & AutoDryand 4-Door Smart Refrigerator with VersaTemp Zone, which could be used alongside other devices such as the new Matter-capable Auto Louver Smart Window AC.

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Hisense exhibits its Canvas...
Hisense exhibits its Canvas...
...and Kitchen of the Future. (Source: Hisense)
...and Kitchen of the Future. (Source: Hisense)


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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2024-01-10 (Update: 2024-01-10)