Hisense 43-inch 4K TV reviews for Xbox One S, PS4 Neo

By Alan Ng - Jul 25, 2016

If you are thinking of buying the Xbox One S, or also the PS4 Neo when it has an official release date, you are probably constantly looking for the cheapest 4K TV online in the UK.

If this applies to you, we wanted to point out one of the cheapest options we have seen on the market so far in terms of your cheapest route to Ultra HD-supported gaming in the living room.

Along with VR, this is going to be the new standard and most of you will soon want to consider an upgrade. With that in mind, you may want to take a look at some Hisense 43-inch 4K TV reviews – one of the cheapest UHD models we’ve seen.

Argos are currently offering it for £299, while Amazon UK are offering the same price same but will need longer shipping time.


Features include a 43-inch Ultra HD 4K display, which means a max resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels. This is also a Smart TV for all your favorite apps and it comes with HDMI 2.0 as well and 3 USB 3.0 sockets which rounds out the 4K features nicely.

The only downside perhaps is that it is only a 60Hz refresh rate television, but for gaming purposes this shouldn’t be a problem.

Full specs and user reviews are available through the respective links above to both stores. We know there are a lot of other better options out there, but for those that want the cheapest right now to prepare for the Xbox One S and PS4 Neo – this is certainly appealing.

We invite you to leave your own reviews for the Hisense M3000 4K TV below, would you recommend it to other gamers?

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  • Fabio76

    Nice…thx for info. XB1 S supports HDR 10. Any Idea if these Hisense TVs support that ?

    • Daniel evans

      They dont support HDR and from all the HDR models i have looked at we are talking £500+ for those. Or at least for 4k sets. 1080p sets with HDR maybe much cheaper.

      • HezAchimp

        Thx…i am looking at a samsung 50″ 4k with HDR 10 for $1100 at best buy. Some 1080p models offer HDR ???

        • Daniel evans

          Yeah you can get 1080p with HDR and although I haven’t seen it with my own eyes it apparently trumps standard 4k resolution without HDR.

          But then if you got 4k with HDR then that’s the best of the best.

          I’m looking for the right TV also but it’s a damn hard decision as there are so many.

        • HezAchimp

          Agreed…Thx man…will check those 1080s with HDR

        • Daniel evans

          Good luck on your hunt for the perfect TV xD

        • HezAchimp

          Ohhh no…guess I will have to spend that $


    • Technobrakes

      I’ve got the the hisense H43M3000 and it IS a 10bit HDR screen even has HDR written on the box. The bad news is I’m waiting for firmware next 4-5 weeks to upgrade the HDMI too 2.0A so I can use it. It’s only HDR through usb at the moment. If the firmware actually materialises this is a 10bit HDR bargain at 330 quid

      • SonnyBoy

        Wow…if that software update happens that is a hell of a bargain. Keep an eye on motion rate and input lag on the Hisense 4ks. I have heard not such good stuff…but don’t really know how noticeable it is. My Samsung has motion rate of 240 Hz which is best I could find at reasonable price.

        • Meat5000

          There is a low latency Game mode, which seems to be great. It does slightly wash out the colours but that’s no biggie as the slider is only halfway by default for Saturation. The only display troubles I notice are on iPlayer where sometimes there will be de-sync of video/sound. There is an option to correct this in the menu. UHD needs a lot of bandwidth and is very heavy on processing. You will see it most if the Input source is at ~30Hz where you can almost have time to draw your own picture in between the frame updates. But this is not apparent on all 4K content. I think it depends purely on the delivery app. Games are fantastic. Its a great tele for the price. I paid £300.

      • Meat5000

        We got one for 300 quid recently (43m3000). Supported 4K and HDR at 60Hz for PS4 out of the box. Needed an update to activate Freeview Play. Manufactured April 2017, HDMI 3 and 4 both support UHD+HDR at 60Hz and HDMI 1 and 2 support is the same but at 30Hz.