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Hisense is Releasing Much Cheaper Large-Size 4k HDR TVs

Hisense is gunning for Samsung and LG this week, announcing their very first televisions over 65? in size. Not only are they big, the best option has technology similar to what Samsung uses in their high-end televisions, but at a much lower price. They might not be quite as good as those more expensive televisions, but those looking to get large 4k TVs for less should take note.
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