Hisense’s reply to Samsung’s The Frame TV begins at $999

Hisense Canvas mini-LED TV.

During CES, Hisense spent a lot of its time speaking about its huge (and massively shiny) mini-LED TVs for 2024. However, it additionally teased us with its CanvasTV, a mannequin that rivals Samsung’s extremely popular The Frame TV, which lets customers show hi-resolution artwork every time the TV isn’t getting used for watching film or TV content material.

I say “teased” as a result of aside from a promotional picture, we had been advised virtually nothing concerning the CanvasTV. We nonetheless solely have the one picture (above), however at the least there’s now more to the CanvasTV story

Hisense goes to promote two sizes of CanvasTV initially: 55- and 65-inches. They’ll be out there this summer season and begin at $999, presumably for the smaller mannequin (we don’t but have a worth on the bigger CanvasTV).

Like The Frame, the CanvasTV will supply interchangeable frames, and also you’ll be capable to swap the TV to an “Art Mode” that lets you choose between preloaded, free artwork in numerous types like summary, fashionable, and renaissance. You can add additionally your individual pictures. These could be proven in both portrait or panorama, and also you’ll have a alternative of stylized mats for framing.

In the field, Hisense will embrace a teak-look body, however you’ll be capable to purchase white and black frames too. The frames slide onto the CanvasTV and are held in place by magnets.

The TV is designed to be flush-mounted to partitions and features a wall mount particularly constructed to make this set up “a breeze.” Hisense hasn’t indicated for those who’ll be capable to purchase an non-obligatory stand for those who don’t need to wall-mount. LG initially went wall-mount solely with its Gallery OLED evo TVs, however now these ship with stands by default.

On the tech specs aspect, we’re taking a look at a 4K QLED panel that delivers over a billion shades of shade, in line with Hisense. It’s fronted by a “Hi-Matte” anti-glare layer, which the corporate says is unaffected by ambient gentle “day or night.” There’s no phrase but on HDR format help for Dolby Vision, HDR10+ or HLG.

The TV additionally has an ambient gentle sensor to let it routinely modify to altering room situations. A movement sensor will flip the TV off when in Art Mode, if it senses nobody is within the room.

The panel boasts a 144Hz refresh price, with auto low-latency mode (ALLM), variable refresh price (VRR), and movement estimation and movement compensation (MEMC) know-how.

The consumer expertise is powered by Google TV and contains all the standard bells and whistles like hundreds of obtainable apps, tons of of obtainable Free Ad-Supported Streaming TV (FAST) channels, and Chromecast built-in.

The Canvas TV additionally features a multichannel 2.0.2 encompass sound system, although Hisense hasn’t indicated whether or not it should help immersive codecs like Dolby Atmos.

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