Here are all the Hisense and Sharp TVs coming in 2017—with prices

Hisense wants high-end "ULED" TVs to infiltrate the states.

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Hisense bought Sharp's TV division last year, but representatives claim both brands will be supported independently of one another, and the 2017 lineup does seem to corroborate.

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Admittedly, Hisense's more experimental and convenience-focused sets, like the very popular Roku TVs, target a younger audience. And while the Sharp name is the same, it's not a certainty that the old Sharp quality will remain—but here's hoping.

As of CES 2017, Hisense has confirmed seven TV series, while Sharp will have six.

Hisense TVs


H10D Series

• 100-inch "Laser Cast TV" (ultra short throw projector)
• 70/75-inch ULED models
• $12,999, $5,999, and $2,999 respectively
• 100-inch H10D is HDR compatible
• 70/75-inch full-array local dimming with quantum dot
• 4K resolution

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The 100H10 uses an ultra short throw projector and includes a speaker system.

H9D Plus Series

• 50, 55, 65, 75 inch screen sizes
• $999, $1,299, $1,999, $2,499
• HDR compatible with wide color gamut
• 75-inch Direct LED; others edge-lit
• 120 Hz refresh rates
• 4K resolution

H9D Series

• 50, 55, and 65 inch screen sizes
• $699, $899, and $1,299
• HDR compatible with wide color gamut
• Edge-lit with local dimming
• 60 Hz refresh rates
• 4K resolution

H8D Series

• 50, 55, 65, 86 inch screen sizes
• $549, $649, $999, and $5,999
• HDR compatible
• Direct-lit local dimming
• 60 Hz refresh rates
• 4K resolution

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The R8 and R6 4K Roku TVs will be HDR-compatible in 2017 as well.

R8 Series

• 4K Roku TV with Roku OS
• 75-inch, $1,999
• HDR10 and Dolby Vision compatible

R6 Series

• 4K Roku TVs with Roku OS
• 43, 50, 55, and 65 inch sizes
• $399, $449, $549, $799
• HDR10 compatible


Sharp TVs


9500 Series

• 70 and 75-inch screen sizes
• $7,999 and $5,999
• Full-array local dimming
• Quantum dot color
• 120 Hz refresh rates

9000 Series

• 50, 55, 65, and 75 inches
• $699, $899, $1,299, and $2,699
• HDR compatible, wide color gamut
• Edge-lit LED backlight
• 120 Hz refresh rates

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Hisense will sell TVs under the Sharp brand and using Sharp's LCD technology throughout 2017.

P8000 Series

• 50, 55, 65, and 75 inches
• $699, $899, $1,299, $2,699
• HDR compatible, 4K resolution

P7000 Series

• 43, 50, 55, and 65 inches
• $449, $549, $649, $999
• HDR compatible, 4K resolution

P5000 Series

• 32, 40, 43, 50, and 55 inches
• $229, $329, $379, $429, and $529
• Full HD (1080p) resolution

P3000 Series

• 32, 40, 43, 50
• $179, $279, $329, $379
• Full HD (1080p) resolution

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