In 2019, Hisense brought one Laser TV to Australia. This year, they're launching three new models locally.
Hisense have officially retired their OLED-based line of 4K TVs after just one model.
Sony continues to improve its highly rated top-of-the-line TVs and adds a new 8K UHD as well as a 48-inch OLED to its lineup
Samsung’s vertical video-friendly Sero TV is coming to Australia in 2020.
LG’s existing roster of OLED and NanoCell TVs got an exciting addition at this year’s CES in Las Vegas.
LG’s latest lineup of OLED and NanoCell TVs will come with Filmmaker Mode on-board.
After years of teasing, Samsung are finally gearing up to sell a select range of MicroLED-powered TVs.
Samsung’s 2020 TV range is being headlined by a simple but familiar hook: the bezels are thinner than ever before.
Months after it was promised, local availability for the TCL X10 has yet to materialise.
Hisense tell us that "future availability of the Disney+ streaming service on Hisense televisions is yet to be confirmed."
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