Roku has been seeing solid growth in its smart TV market and in 2016 a Roku-powered TV made up 13% of all smart TV sales in the United States.
Hisense says it will aggressively price its TVs. The 50-inch model costs just $450, the 55-inch is only $550, and the big-daddy 64-inch model is $800. That’s a whole lot of big-screen real estate for a nice price.
Not only is it a 4K TV but it is also a 4K HDR TV to give an even brighter and better looking image with deeper blacks and more.
You will find 3 HDMI ports, Ethernet, USB, RCA video input, digital audio output, and audio output.
“With over 4,500+ streaming channels and 500,000+ movies and TV episodes on the R6 Series 4K Hisense • Roku TV, you might forget what day of the week it is. Add 4K resolution and HDR technology to this mix and you may never leave the couch. The robust Roku TV operating system combined with high-end technologies and sleek design gives you great features and tons of content,” said Hisense on its website.
These new smart TVs will give users access to over 4,500 Roku Channels from a long list of providers including Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon.
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