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Hisense 65K700 Ultra HD 4K TV

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  • SRP: £1,699.99

    What is the Hisense 65K700?

    This 65-inch flat-screen Ultra HD 4K TV sits it in the middle of Hisense's new range but still sports an awful lot of attractive features. In addition to the 4K UHD resolution, you also get quad-core processing, a wide colour range, Smart TV apps and 3D in a very slim, silver design. At the time of publishing, the 65" Hisense K700 is available for around £1,700.

    This is a preview of the upcoming 65K700 model and will be replaced with the full in-depth review as soon as we have measured and reviewed the final retail sample. In the meantime here is a run down of the features we can expect to see.

    K700 Picture Quality Features

    The Ultra HD capabilities of the Hisense K700 displays four times Full HD (1080p) resolution for an ultra-detailed image . This model also incorporates Hisense's 3D and local dimming technologies and sports HDMI 2.0/HDCP 2.2 compatibility to keep you future-proofed, as well as HEVC decoding. There's also a USB 3.0 port which will be ideal for streaming high bitrate 4K UHD video from connected storage.

    Smart TV and Other Specs

    The Hisense 65K700 incorporates a Freeview HD tuner and a number of streaming apps, including some which will deliver Ultra HD content. At launch, there are built-in 4K apps for Netflix and YouTube with Amazon Instant due to follow shortly after. BBC iPlayer will also join the suite of apps available through the app store.

    The Hisense K700 also has a built-in media player with support for JPG, BMP, PNG, GIF, WEBP (3D), MPO (3D), JPS (3D), PNS (3D) images; FLAC, MP2, MP3, OGG, WAV, WMA audio and AVI, WMV, ASF, MP4, MOV, 3GP, MKV, MPG, MPEG, VOB, RM, OGM, FLV video files.

    Hisense has also been working to reduce the input lag for gamers and claims to have knocked 80% off the latency, in Game mode, since the product was launched in the UK.

    The Rundown


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