Save $149 on Hisense’s 2021 4K 55-inch ULED 120Hz Android TV at new Amazon low

Amazon now offers the the new Hisense U8G 55-inch 4K HDR Android TV for $851.32 shipped. Down from the $1,000 going rate, you’re looking at a new all-time low with $149 in savings attached that’s $49 under our previous mention. Having just launched back in May, the new 2021 edition of Hisense 4K TV arrives with Android TV at the center of the experience alongside a ULED panel backed by 1,500 nits of peak brightness and a 120Hz refresh rate. On top of built-in Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision HDR picture, you’ll benefit from four HDMI ports (one of which is HDMI 2.1-ready) with plenty of onboard streaming service access to supplement the package. Rated 4.4/5 stars from Best Buy customers and you can get a closer look in our launch coverage. Head below for more.

Save $100 on Hisense’s latest 4K 120Hz Android TVs with HDMI 2.1 at Amazon lows

Amazon is now offering the Hisense 55-inch U7G QLED 4K Android TV for $749.99 shipped. Normally fetching $850, you’re looking at an all-time low set for only the second time with $100 in savings attached. Having entered the Hisense lineup earlier this summer, this U7G model is one of the brand’s latest offerings and is backed with specs to match. Its 55-inch 4K QLED panel is backed by a 120Hz native refresh rate, which pairs perfectly with its pair of HDMI 2.1 ports for hooking up a PS5 or Xbox Series X. Though the built-in Android TV features are sure to deliver most of the content you’ll need, with access to popular streaming services on top of Google Assistant features. Rated 4/5 stars and you can get a better idea of what to expect in our review of the U8G model. Head below for more.

Tested: Hisense HS218 Soundbar delivers a value-packed home theater upgrade

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Even with the picture quality of new TVs getting better and better, the internal speakers on even the latest releases are just no match for a dedicated system. I’ve recently been testing out the newer Hisense HS218 Soundbar, which arrives with an affordable price tag attached. But does it actually make a difference for movie night? That’s what our latest Tested with 9to5Toys looks to answer.

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Hisense’s 75-inch 8K TV launches with 120Hz refresh rate, ability to upscale content, more

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Several months ago, Hisense held a press event where it unveiled several new products. One of the items mentioned was an 8K TV. Today we’ve spotted an official Amazon listing, and it surprisingly costs less than the company had originally planned. This Hisense 8K TV sports several notable features: a 74.5-inch panel, native 120Hz refresh rate, 7680 by 4320 resolution, and a peak brightness of 1,000 nits. There are also 180 local dimming zones, which should play a vital role in the visual accuracy when viewing dark scenes and content. Continue reading to learn more.

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Hisense’s new Android TVs start at $499, include the first ‘OLED-level’ Dual Cell TV coming to the US

During the Joel McHale-hosted, best tech event of all time today, Hisense unveiled its 2021 lineup of ULED TVs, most of which are running on top of Google’s Android TV platform. Here’s what you need to know.

Hisense announces new home theater experience with 120-inch 4K L5F Laser Cinema

Hisense, a leader in home theater technology, is offering viewers an all-new experience with its latest L5 Laser Cinema. Delivering a “complete and affordable home theater solution,” this projector offers a 120-inch screen for the ultimate movie night. Powered by Android TV, you won’t even have to use a Roku or Apple TV in order to enjoy Netflix, Disney+, or Hulu. So, what all can the Hisense L5F Laser Cinema deliver to your home theater? Let’s take a look.

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All-new Hisense Roku TV Soundbars arrive with $69 entry price

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With loads of soundbars on the market, offerings with standout features or affordable price points tend garner the most amount of attention. Hisense is trying to deliver both with its latest batch of releases. There are three new Hisense Roku TV Soundbars, each delivers a compelling price point and respectable feature set that’s ready to seamlessly pair with Roku streaming media players and televisions alike. Continue reading to learn more.

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New Hisense Laser TV spans 100-inches, wields light rejection technology, more

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It’s been a couple of years or so now since Hisense began its laser television endeavor. Things were initially kicked off with an 80-inch offering, but the latest Hisense Laser TV is here and it spans 100-inches. The unit runs Android OS, allowing you to set aside the secondary purchase of a dedicated streaming media player. When it comes to audio, Hisense is sticking with dbx-tv sound, which is said to offer “deep bass, crisp highs, 3D surround sound, and more.” The picture itself is powered by X-Fusion laser light source that’s ready to display content for over 25,000-hours. Continue reading to learn more.

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Hisense announced multiple 8K TVs at IFA 2019

At this year’s IFA 2019 event, Hisense announced a selection of “technology-leading” TVs with a massive 8K resolution. There’s the 85-inch 8K, 75-inch 8K ULED XD, Laser, and Sonic Laser TVs, each offering its own unique skillset.

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Hisense shows off new two-panel ULED TVs at CES w/ Android TV and Roku platforms

After VIZIO and LG each unveiled updated TV lineups this morning, Hisense has now taken center stage at CES 2019. After impressing us last year with its laser projector system, we were anxious to see what the brand had planned for this year’s event. Hisense’s 2019 lineup will include a new ULED display along with Android TV and Roku functionality. More below.

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Hisense unveils two laser TVs that can beam 4K onto screens ranging from 88- to 120-inches

Ever since Hisense announced its $10,000 laser TV, the company has been working to expand its lineup to offer additional options to its customers. Just a few months back, Hisense released its $3,000 L5 laser TV, but we have not heard if that model will be making its way to the United States. Today’s announcement of two more laser TVs from the company gives us hope that we will start seeing laser TVs on display at stores and in homes willing to pay a premium to have the latest-and-greatest tech.

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Hisense’s latest 4K TV comes in four sizes, is budget-friendly, and integrates Alexa

Hisense today has added yet another TV lineup to it portfolio. Originally shown at CES, the H8E offers a lot of what you would expect in 2018. Features like 4K, HDR, and Motion Rate 120 are pretty common, but what sets this TV apart is Alexa integration. Users will be able to control their TV using the popular voice assistant with a voice controlled remote or via the Hisense Remote Now app.

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This incredible Hisense laser TV brings a super slim 80-inch screen to your living room

Hisense has shipped its massive 80-inch Laser TV that it displayed during CES 2018. The company has given it the model number L5 and it’s available for purchase in China today with worldwide availability coming soon.

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Hisense 55-inch 1080p 120Hz LED Smart HDTV w/ 3 HDMI inputs: $370 shipped (Orig. $548)

Walmart offers the Hisense (55H6B) 55-inch 1080p 120Hz LED Smart HDTV for $369.99 shipped. That’s $178 off the original list price and the lowest we can find for it currently. It’s also the lowest price we could find for any Smart 55-inch HDTV.

It has a native resolution of 1920×1080 (1080p), 120Hz refresh rate, LED backlight, WiFi, Smart TV apps like: Netflix, Pandora, etc. It also has 3 HDMI inputs.

We also still have the Samsung 55-inch Smart 4K UHDTV w/ 3 HDMI inputs for $700 shipped (Reg. $900+).

TCL Roku-enabled HDTV available today for pre-order

As we previously reported, TCL and Roku have partnered to create the first Roku-enabled television which is available for pre-order today via Amazon and are expected to ship in 2 to 3 months. The TVs will initially be available in three sizes:

The Roku TVs will feature a simple 20-button remote control with the popular Roku software integrated directly into the TV. Roku players have the most streaming content available with over 31,000 movies and 1,200 channels.

Hisense is also set to offer Roku-enabled televisions, they have yet to announce pricing and are likely to begin shipping in September.

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The Hisense H6 is a 55-inch Android-powered TV priced under $650

Sure, you could plug a Chromecast into your regular smart TV, but where’s the fun in that? Today, Hisense announced the availability of its new 55-inch LED TV that might just make you try something crazy. In addition to a sub-$700 price tag and 120Hz refresh rate, this slim boob tube just so happens to run Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. So you’ll be able to run several media-friendly apps like Netflix, YouTube, Amazon Instant Video and Chrome.

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