Hisense's whopping 110-inch XT900 TV

Hisense has announced three new Ultra HD televisions, including a massive 110-inch TV that features "precise local dimming".

The XT880 (pictured) is the smaller version of the XT900 Ty Pendlebury/CBS interactive

LAS VEGAS--Ultra HD is the theme of this year's CES, and Chinese brand Hisense has unveiled three new XT900 TVs, including a 110-inch, which will feature this mega-resolution.

Hisense's XT900 TVs will include 65-inch, 84-inch, and 110-inch "precise local dimming" televisions.

All of the TVs come with a range of features including Smart TV with onboard Wi-Fi, active 3D with two sets of glasses, and a 240Hz refresh rate. Additionally, the TV features a detachable USB camera for Skype calling, built-in gesture control, and facial recognition.

Pricing and availability of the three televisions has yet to be announced.

Ultra HD (formerly 4K) is a resolution featuring 3,840 × 2,160 pixels and is the latest consumer format after HD.

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