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HiSense E75F gaming TV comes with 4K 120Hz display and anti-shake technology

12 May 2020 0

HiSense, a well-known Chinese brand name in the Smart TV industry has come up with yet another Smart TV at a price lower than the competition. The all-new HiSense E75F will officially launch on May 15th in China, but before that, the company has announced its existence via Weibo. Also, before the actual launch, the smart TV is even available for pre-order on e-commerce platforms.

HiSense is known for offering premium technologies for lower than others in the market. Features like HDR and 4K resolution are come at the cheapest price tag compared to what others offer in the market. And, just like other HiSense smart TVs, the new HiSense E75F holds good pricing.

The HiSense E75F comes in two models based on the display size – 55-inch and 65-inch. It has been developed to be a gaming smart TV for emerging gamers. It comes with support for 4K HDR as well as 120Hz refresh rate and MEMC anti-shake technology. It features a full-screen design having an ultra-thin all-metal frame surrounding the display panel. It comes with 3GB RAM and has 64GB internal storage. Also, you will get the DTS Virtual-X sound effect along with an AI-powered voice control function on the TV. According to HiSense, the voice control function has a response time of 0.5 seconds and 99% accuracy in recognition.

The price of the 55-inch HiSense E75F is 4,499 yuan ($634) and 5,999 yuan ($846) for the 65-inch model. Those who pre-order by May 20th for 100 yuan will be able to get the 55-inch model for 3,899 yuan ($550) and the 65-inch model for 5,399 yuan ($761).



HiSense E75F gaming TV comes with 4K 120Hz display and anti-shake technology
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