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Hisense 58" 58AE6100 4K UHD LED TV

Hisense 58" 58AE6100 4K UHD LED TV

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Date Expires: 31/07/2023
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Hisense 58" 58AE6100 4K UHD LED TV

Hisense 58" 58AE6100 4K UHD LED TV

58" 58AE6100 LED TV

Welcome to the world of Ultra High Definition.
Enter the world of 4K Ultra HD resolution with the Hisense AE6100. Combining UHD Certified resolution and HDR technology to offer pin sharp picture quality full of depth and colour vibrancy. With an intuitive and easily navigable Vidaa U Smart TV interface and Freeview Play, catch up on your favourite shows and latest movies on Netflix, Amazon Video, BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, Demand 5.

Pin sharp, stunningly realistic picture quality.
When it comes to great HDR content and gaming, it’s all in the detail.
HDR dramatically enhances detail by maximising contrast and colour accuracy for more true-to-life colours and amazing levels of clarity. The detail in the darkest areas of a picture aren't lost. Equally, very bright areas of a picture don't blow out.

The future of Smart TV - unique to Hisense.
Our unique VIDAA U interface can be customised to your preference, making it simpler and quicker to find the content you’re looking for. By eliminating this unnecessary complexity, anything you need should be no more than three clicks away.

Slim design.
Sleek and slim design to minimise the space your TV takes up in your living room.

Catch up in one place with Freeview Play.
Catch up on your favourite shows from the last 7 days on BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, Demand 5 and UKTV Play whenever you like, or pause and rewind live TV with no boxes and no monthly fees.

 


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