How Much? Hisense Full-HD Dumb TVs

Written by Oonagh Reidy     26/04/2013 | 09:23 | Category: LCD

Chinese brand go middle of the road-Full HD 3D TV's but no Smarts

How Much? Hisense Full-HD Dumb TVs


The mid-range Hisense K360 Series 100Hz Full HD 3D TV's convert 2D content into 3D, aimed at people who dont want to fork out for an Internet TV.

The Full HD 1920 x 1080 TVs comes in 39", 50, 55" display sizes and has a super thin bezel narrow frame, digital media player (Hi-DMP) but no web browser or apps as per Smart TV's.

The 100Hz refresh rate gives better motion clarity, colours and less blurring, 4 x HDMI inputs to connect other device like, Blu-ray players, tablets.

 The Full HD 3D TV's  TVs are for " simply want to come home kick up their feet and turn on their TV" and are the younger sister of the recently announced premium Smart TV's LED LCD K610 series

HiSense also promising the K360 'dumb' TV series is "challenging the market on price and value."



But isn't disclosing RRP's currently, a spokesperson told Smarthouse.

In fact, Hisense has yet to reveal the price of any of its premium Smart TV's announced several weeks ago and is letting retailers set the RRP.

"Hisense Australia recognises current trends while providing consumers with new ways to view their content, it's the perfect television to upgrade any room in the house," said Andre Iannuzzi, Head of Marketing. 

"With stunning Full HD picture and 2D to 3D capability, this is an excellent range for the whole family who want to turn those already memorable home videos and old pictures into a totally new viewing experience."

The K360 series hits JB H-Fi, The Good Guys, and BSR from end of May. 

For more information about Hisense's range of innovative products and accessories visit www.hisense.com.au.

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