Let’s take a closer look at the 2023 HiSense TVs


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The big theme for this year’s television launches from both Samsung and LG has been that bigger is better. HiSense seems to be following that trend too, officially announcing its range of 2023 TVs with an average size of 78 inches across its lineup.

The 2023 HiSense TV lineup is broken up across six different ranges, with an emphasis on Mini-LED technology in all of the ULED range.

There is also HiSense’s lineup of larger laser TVs and and the PX2-Pro short-throw laser projector, which gives Aussies access to screen sizes of up to 130 inches.

There is plenty of info to digest here, so let’s run through it quickly, shall we?

HiSense L9HSET

The TriChroma Laser TV is a short throw projector that uses three “pure colour” lasers to project a bright and beautiful image onto the bundled 100-inch or 120-inch ambient-light rejecting screen.

It supports both Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision HDR, and will give you a stunning 4K image that’s great for movies, gaming and more.

HiSense U6KAU

This budget-friendly range of 4K panels boasts mini-LED backlight technology to deliver impressive contrast and colour.

The range supports Dolby Vision HDR and HDR 10+, as well as Dolby Atmos audio and an AI sports mode to help give you the best picture for the weekend sports matches.

It’s available in 55-inch, 65-inch and -75-inch sizes.

HiSense U7KAU

The next step up on the HiSense TV highway is the U7KAU range, which adds the mini-LED backlighting technology to HiSense’s Ultra LED panels.

ULED is bit of a marketing term HiSense uses to describe a bunch of different techs it includes in its premium LED TVs, to deliver brighter, more colourful picture quality.

WIth Dolby Vision IQ and HDR 10+ Adaptive on board, the U7KAU can deliver incredibly vivid details that adjust to the changing light in the room, while the 144Hz Game Mode Pro is designed for gamers to get the most out of their games.

This range is available in 55-inch, 65-inch, 75-inch, 85-inch and 100-inch models and will be available from July.

HiSense U8KAU

HiSense 2023 TVs launch - u8KAU model on a stand

The U8KAU TV takes the foundation of the U7KAU and makes it even better.

Available in 65-inch and 75-inch models, you get an anti-glare screen, which improves performance of the Dolby Vision iQ and HDR 10+ Adaptive performance.

Mini LED backlighting has been upgraded to “Pro” standard, which can deliver up to 1300 nits of peak brightness. You also get the 144Hz Game Mode Pro mode.

HiSense UXAU

Of course, every brand needs a flagship, and the UXAU is that for HiSense.

20,000 backlights deliver 2,500+ nits of brightness, creating exceptional contrast and lifelicke colours tahnks to the combination of ULED panels and Quantum Dot technology.

An all-new Hi-View Engine X helps optimise picture and audio quality based on machine learning.

You also get Dolby Vision IQ and HDR10+ Adaptive, but its coupled with Dynamic Tone Mapping to create the best possible image quality for the conditions of your room.

Launching in Australia from September, it will come in 75- and 85-inch models.

HiSense PX2-Pro

Hisense 2023 TVs - PX2-Pro short throw laser projector

Finally, this short throw projector uses digital lens focus to create a 4K image that can range from 90 to 130 inches in size. There are presets to match specific screen sizes as well, so setup is made easy.

Throw in Dolby Vision HDR, Dolby Atmos surround sound and integration with smart home assistants like Alexa, Siri and Google Assistant, and you have a powerful product for home theatre on a budget.

Pricing and availability

We’ve broken down the full range’s pricing and availability below. Once the range has been officially released, we’ll keep an eye out to see if any of them make our list of the best TVs in Australia.

TriChroma Laser TV (screen included)
(100”, 120”)
Available now$6,499 (100”)
$7,499 (120”)
(55”, 65”, 75”)
July onwards$1,199 (55”)
$1,499 (65”)
$1,999 (75”)
(55”, 65”, 75”, 85”, 100”)
July onwards$1,499 (55”)
$2,299 (65”)
$2,999 (75”)
$3,999 (85”)
$6,999 (100”)
(65”, 75”)
July onwards$2,499 (65”)
$3,499 (75”)
(75”, 85”)
September onwards$4,999 (75”)
$9,999 (85”)
TriChroma Laser Cinema
(90” – 130”)
August onwards$3,999 (90” – 130”)


  • Nick Broughall

    Nick is the founder and editor of BTTR. He is an award winning product reviewer, who has spent the last 20 years writing, editing and publishing technology and consumer content for brands like Finder, Gizmodo and TechRadar.

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