European consumers may now acquire the Hisense U8NQ Mini LED TV, which has just been released. A solar remote is included with the U8NQ Mini LED TV, along with a number of other respectable features. This year, the U8N, a model that is comparable, was introduced in the US market.

A compact LED ULED 4K TV available in 65- and 75-inch sizes is the Hisense U8NQ. The model is better than the Hisense U7NQ, and both options have the remote control for solar charging. With its reduced input lag and brighter display, the U8NQ is a good choice for gaming apps. With a peak brightness of 3,000 nits and full array local dimming, the TV makes use of Mini LED Pro technology. The new model achieves much higher brightness than its predecessor, the U7NQ, which has a maximum brightness of 1,500 nits.

The model is compatible with HLG, Dolby Vision IQ, and HDR10+. Moreover, a 4K upscaling Hi-View Engine Pro is included. It features a variable refresh rate (VRR) of 144Hz in addition to a naïve refresh rate of 120Hz. When you go onto Game Mode Pro, the VRR starts. In addition, the Hisense Mini LED TV has an input lag of 9.7 ms and AMD Freesync Premium Pro. In contrast to the Google OS seen in the U8N, the TV is powered by the Vidaa OS. Consumers may still use Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa to operate the TV and access streaming applications like Netflix and YouTube.

The solar-powered remote control may be found via the Find My Remote tool, and the Hisense U8NQ has the IMAX Enhanced and Filmmaker Modes. A soundbar can be attached to the U8NQ’s 2.1.2 channel, 60W sound system to improve output. For connectivity, the gadget offers S/PDIF, USB-C 3.0, and HDMI 2.1 interfaces. Additionally, Bluetooth and WiFi 6 can be used to connect to the TV.

Regarding cost, in Europe the 65-inch model retails for €1,999/£1,799, while the 75-inch variant is priced at €2,699/£2,299.

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