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Hisense 65 Zoll XT880 UHDTV, XT780 mit Google TV zum Preisträger des CES Innovations 2013 Design and Engineering Award ernannt

NEW YORK, 13. Nov., 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Hisense gab heute bekannt, dass zwei seiner Fernsehgeräte zu Preisträgern des Internationalen CES Innovations 2013 Design and Engineering Awards ernannt wurden: der Ultra High Definition (4K UHDTV, 2160p) 65 Zoll 65XT880 und der 55 Zoll XT780 mit Google TV.

Die Hisense XT880-Reihe mit den UHD-Fernsehgeräten mit einer Bildschirmgröße von 50 Zoll, 58 Zoll und 65 Zoll bieten eine viermal so große Bildauflösung wie High-Definition-Fernsehgeräte mit 1080p, wodurch eine atemberaubende Bildqualität und wunderschön realistische und natürliche Bewegungen möglich gemacht werden. Zusätzlich zu Standard-3D- und Smart-TV-Fähigkeiten unterstützt das WiFi fähige XT880 Live-TV-Gerät Funktionen wie gestreamte Inhalte, Browsing und Suche, soziales Netzwerke, Spiele und Apps und verfügt über eine abnehmbare Kamera für die Gestensteuerung.

Der Hisense 55 Zoll XT780 mit Google TV baut auf der umfassenden Erfahrung von Hisense mit Google TV auf, wodurch Konsumenten ein neuartiges, intuitives Entdecken von Inhalten ermöglicht wird sowie der einfache Zugriff auf Empfehlungen. Darüber hinaus bietet das Gerät eine einfache Navigation zu integrierten Diensten wie Netflix, Facebook, Pandora, YouTube und andere. Die XT780-Reihe bringt Google Play, Websuche, E-Mail, Shopping, News und Online-Videos mit einfachen Zugriff direkt zu den Benutzern.

Die Innovations-Beiträge wurden nach folgenden Kriterien bewertet:

  • Technische Qualität
  • Ästhetische Qualität und Design
  • Die vorgesehene Nutzungs- und Funktionsweise sowie der Nutzwert des Produkts
  • Einzigartige/Neuartige Funktionen, die für den Konsumenten attraktiv sein könnten
  • Design und Neuartigkeit des Produkts im Vergleich zu anderen verfügbaren Produkten

Die als Innovations-Preisträger ausgewählten Produkte spiegeln das innovative Design und die innovative Technik der Beiträge wieder. Zu den Beispielen können Produkte gehören, die das erste Mal verschiedene Technologien in einem Produkt vereinen oder auch Produkte, die eine bedeutende Verbesserung im Vergleich zu vorherigen Produktdesigns aufweisen.

Produkte, die den Innovations 2013 Design and Engineering Preis erhalten haben, werden unter http://cesweb.org/Awards/CES-Innovations-Awards.aspx in verschiedenen Produktkategorien aufgeführt. Weiterhin finden Sie Informationen geordnet nach Produktname, Herstellerinformationen, Designer, Beschreibung, Foto und URL.

Weitere Informationen finden Sie unter: www.hisense.com, www.hisense-usa.com.

Informationen zu Hisense:

Das High-Tech-Unternehmen Hisense wurde 1969 in China gegründet und ist ein weltweit führender Anbieter von Flachbildfernsehern, Haushaltsgeräten und mobilen Kommunikationsgeräten. Das Unternehmen gilt als einer der 10 führenden Akteure im Bereich Business Intelligence und Forschungseinrichtungen. Das Unternehmen verfügt über 19 Produktionsanlagen und sechs F&E-Zentren weltweit. Darüber hinaus befinden sich in Europa, Nordamerika, Australien, Afrika und Südostasien regionale Headquarter. Die Produkte des Unternehmens werden in mehr als 130 Ländern verkauft.

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