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Chinese multinational CE manufacturer Hisense has committed to Eurofins Digital Testing’s 4K HDR Ultra HD logo technical requirements in its products.

eurofins 13 dec 2017 smallEurofins Digital Testing’s logo scheme identifies devices that have been fully tested and proven to deliver the highest picture quality currently available, including high dynamic range (HDR), Ultra HD and wide colour gamut (WCG) simultaneously, from broadcast and broadband sources, as well as HDMI.

Eurofins Digital Testing’s logo ensures that HDR UHD screens are easily recognisable in the marketplace, and is the only logo covering broadcast and broadband inputs available today. It is currently shipping on applicable 2017 models of Hisense TVs and will be included on its future models that feature a 4K HDR UHD display.

“It is an honour to receive this prestigious 4K HDR UHD certification from Eurofins, which recognises Hisense for its cutting-edge display technologies,” said Han Jianmin, deputy GM of Hisense International. “We are proud to offer a range of 4K TVs that deliver the best possible viewing experience, including extended contrast range and WCG for HDR.”

“HDR, UHD and WCG represent an unparalleled viewing experience – making content more realistic and more immersive,” added Johan Craeybeckx, business line director at Eurofins Digital Testing International. “We are proud to announce adoption of our logo by Hisense, which brings great benefit to consumers by ensuring that all 4K, HDR TVs on the market deliver on their promise.”

Eurofins’ 4K HDR Ultra HD logo scheme certifies that all qualifying equipment successfully delivers the extended contrast range and colours essential for HDR and WCG. HDR brings a new dimension to content with more than eight million pixels and vivid, true to life colours, darker blacks and brighter whites.
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