LAS VEGAS — Just because Hisense bought up Sharp's TV factories and rights to the brand name doesn't mean it's ditching its own brand.
The Chinese multinational company took to CES to unveil 22 new TV sets. The most alluring TVs announced include the company's H7, H8, H9 and H10 series 4K TVs, all of which support High Dynamic Range (HDR) processing.
TVs with HDR promise improved contrast ratio and more realistic life-like colors. As a result, you should be able to see more detail that you wouldn't see on a TV without HDR
The caveat with HDR — like 4K — is video content needs to be specially formatted for HDR in order for you to effectively "see more" colors. HDR content is coming — Amazon, Netflix, Technicolor and UHD Blu-ray have all announced plans to release videos and movies with HDR support either through streaming or optical discs — but whether consumers will actually care for HDR is a big question mark. Read more...