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Hisense 75-inch 4K HDR TV costs the same as a 55-incher

The summer sport season is nearly upon us, and what better way to prepare than by buying a £2,500 TV, right?

Hisense has unveiled its new 75M7900 flat-screen television and, despite the lofty price, it appears to offer surprisingly good value for money.

The screen spans across an impressive 75-inches, which is enough to dominate even the most spacious living rooms. What’s more, the screen has a 4K pixel resolution, which is great news for anyone with a UHD Netflix membership.

Better still, the TV supports High Dynamic Range content, which is the latest craze in televisual entertainment – other than 4K, anyway.

Buy Now: Hisense 75-inch 4K HDR TV at Tesco for £2,499

For a price comparison, Sony’s XD93 55-inch 4K HDR TV currently retails at £2,799 – that’s a whole 20-inches smaller than the new Hisense model. Of course, we’ll have to wait for a full review before deciding whether Hisense’s latest set is any good.

The Hisense TV is powered by a quad-core processor, and comes equipped with a range of connectivity options, including four HDMI sockets – two of which are HDMI 2.0 – plus three USB ports, and an optical connection.

You can get the TV online courtesy of built-in Wi-Fi support, or through the Ethernet port, giving you access to Hisense’s own smart plaform. Supported apps include BBC iPlayer, Amazon Video, and Netfix.

The Hisense 75M7900 is available to buy in the UK from today.

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