The Hisense H9D Plus is probably the best TV you’ve never heard of. The picture quality of Hisense’s ULED panels is easily on par with recent models from big names like Sony, Samsung, and LG, but the overall design of the TV is even better. It has wonderfully narrow bezels around the display, and the entire thing is made out of brushed aluminum. It’s stunning, seriously, but the problem is Hisense doesn’t quite have the same marketing budget as the big boys. The important thing is now you’ve heard of the H9D Plus, and Amazon has it at killer prices right now. The Hisense 55H9D Plus 55-inch 4K/UHD Smart TV is on sale for just $599.99 (or less, if the right seller has it in stock), and you can bump up to the Hisense 65H9D Plus 65-inch 4K/UHD Smart TV for just $999.99, which is $1,000 off retail.
Here are some more details from the product page:
This TV is designed to impress. Premium ULED technology produces smooth, colorful images and HDR technology displays a more vibrant picture. The H9 Plus Series 4K UHD Smart TV comes equipped with a 120Hz panel and Motion Rate 240. With plenty of mind-boggling tech like UHD Upscaling to convert lower resolution content, this TV is really going to spoil you. This series also offers award-winning sound integrated with dbx-tv® technology, popular built-in apps to personalize your entertainment, and multiple ports to connect your favorite devices.
Hisense 55H9D Plus 55-inch class (54.6" diag.) 4k / UHD Smart TV - ULED, HDR comp, WCG, Motion…: $572.40
Hisense 65H9D Plus 65-inch class (64.5" diag.) 4K/UHD Smart TV - ULED, HDR Comp, WCG, Motion 48…: $999.99
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