Hisense South Africa today hosted media and VIP guests at an event hosted at the Jaguar Land Rover Experience Centre.
The event coincided with the 50th anniversary of Hisense, which started off manufacturing radios in 1969, moving onto 82 televisions in 1971. In addition to this, Hisense South Africa launched the Infinity H30 and H30 Lite smartphones, alongside the 4K Laser TV.
The company has a long history of creating high-quality and affordable products people could trust and rely on, under the guiding philosophy of people-oriented technology. The Experience Centre tied in with the Hisense experience, including hands-on with the H30, H30 Lite, 4K 100″ TV and a 4K UHD Interactive Screen.
The H30 features a crystal clear, 6.5″ water drop display with an 83.3% screen-to-body ratio, providing a cinematic experience for watching movies.
In addition to this, it includes 4530mAh battery life with AI power saving to allow for longer battery life, breezing through a full day of usage. The H30 Lite features a 6.1″ display and 3000mAh battery along with a dual camera with AI scene adaptation technology creating the perfect shot with every snap.
The Hisense 4K Laser TV was developed completely in-house in the quest to provide viewers with the full cinematic experience in their own homes.
With consumers always expecting bigger and better screens, the 4K 100″ delivers a dual-colour laser with larger screens than many of its competitors. The screen provides a more natural and immersive experience. Unlike mainstream LED TVs, users only need to sit four metres away from the screen, as opposed to a recommended nine metres for various reasons. This also has an added advantage not being overly concerned with the size of the living room.
Rounding off the entertainment system, the TV includes a JBL sound system, with 14 independent speakers, complete with a handmade wireless subwoofer, along with dbx-tv audio technology.