Affordable Hisense Smart TV Series Includes Roku TV for Less Than $300
The reasonably priced Smart TV Series offers a choice of screen sizes ranging from 43 inches to 65 inches, and includes access to 'The Roku Channel.'
The release of R6E Smart TV Series follows the company's R7 product launch, and both products utilize the Roku smart TV operating system (OS).
"After such a positive response from consumers about the R7, we are excited to bring our loyal customers another option that will excel in terms of connectivity and user experience," says Peter Erdman, vice president marketing and business development, Hisense USA.
"We are thrilled to continue our partnership with Roku and provide their exceptional smart TV platform to our customers."
Hisense offers the 4K UltraHD line of products in a choice of 43, 50, 55, 60, and 65-inch screen sizes, and the TVs incorporates features such as DTS Studio sound and dual-band Wi-Fi network connectivity.
Hisense Smart TV Includes New 'The Roku Channel'
Hisense states the TVs produce deep blacks through its inclusion of 10-bit colorimetry, and smooth images with its Motion Rate processing technologies.
The entertainment options built into the Smart TV Series are designed to set up easily, and once the TVs are set up, the home screen shows all inputs on a single, easy to identify level.
Hisense says that users can choose from more than half a million movies and TV episodes from various services including its own Roku Channel.
The smart TV's Roku 4K Spotlight Channel enables homeowners to easily find 4K content from across the Roku platform with search parameters such as cross channel with results by price.
Moroever, Hisense says the Roku mobile app, which is available on the iOS and Android platforms provides an additional remote with keyboard access, voice search, private listening with headphones and other options.
Hisense Roku TV 4K UHD R6E Smart TV Series Features
- 4K UltraHD resolution
- HDR10 high dynamic range (HDR) compatibility
- UHD upscaling
- 10-bit colorimetry and Motion Rate processing
- Dual Wi-Fi network connectivity
- Roku operating system with more than 5,000 streaming channels
- MSRPs range from $298 to $648
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