|Daphne Planca |||Jan 12, 2016 08:11 AM EST|
(Photo : YouTube) Hisense H7 series comes in different sizes such as 50-, 55- and 65-inch models, which can cost up to $1,299.
Chinese multinational electronics manufacturer Hisense recently unveiled the Hisense 43H7C 4K HRD TV for only $400 at the recent Consumer Electronic Show 2016.
Hisense is one of the rising television manufacturers that delivers good products amidst the battle between manufacturers in the technological revolution. The company does not only offer 4K resolution capabilities on their TV's, but it is now offering HDR (High Dynamic Range) video on their gadgets.
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If you bought a 4K Ultra High Definition TV in the last couple of years, it is unlikely to have the HDR capability. However, Hisense has come to the rescue and is offering HDR-compatible TV sets at unbelievable prices. Indeed, its entry-level HDR set starts at just $399.
For those who are not familiar with the HDR technology, it will basically allow your screen display wider colour and contrast levels. This technology improves TV images greatly on the all levels because it can render brightness, while keeping dark areas as deep as possible.
One of the company's TV technologies that offer this feature is the Hisense H7 series. The TV starts at a price of $400 for the 43-inch 43H7C. This 4K TV also supports UHD up-scaling, Smart TV functionality and apps, dual-band Wi-Fi, and a 4K media-player.
Hisense H7 series comes in different sizes such as 50-, 55- and 65-inch models, which can cost up to$1,299. However, this TV is not recommended for consumers who love high-end brands since its picture quality is not as vibrant as the Samsung, LG, and Sony offers.
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