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Hisense announce massive 4K HDR TV in time for Euro 2016

Monstrous size at a less then monster price

by Mark Hodgkinson Apr 29, 2016


  • Official sponsors of Euro 2016, Hisense, has just announced a brand new 75-inch 4K HDR TV you can watch all the action on in a truly immersive way, with the launch of the 75M7900.
    The price-tag, as we’ve come to expect from Hisense, is also incredibly reasonable for such a large television, set at £2,499.

    This year’s must have visual technology, High Dynamic Range (HDR) is present and correct to take 4K UHD that bit further. The 75M7900 also packs a quad core processor and built-in Wi-Fi to access the Hisense smart platform, with BBC iPlayer, Amazon Video and 4K Netflix on board. Additionally, there’s a built in web browser while Anyview Cast and Anyview Stream lets you share content from your smartphone, tablet or computer onto the big screen.

    The set is fully equipped to handle all the latest formats with four HDMI sockets available – two of which are the latest HDMI 2.0a version with HDCP 2.2. Elsewhere, the back panel sports three USB inputs, including one USB 3.0 slot for high speed link. With regards to audio output an optical connection is available for adding a soundbar and a headphone socket allows for private listening.

    The 75M7900 is available to buy now with an SRP £2,499 and we bet a lot of you are tempted!

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