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Hisense 40H3C1 TV review with easy Roku support

Hisense TVs seem to be the most popular brand right now for consumers looking to pick up a high quality TV but at a much cheaper price compared to high-end rivals.

We notice that the Hisense 40H3C1 in particular is one model which everyone is very excited about, largely due to the fact that Best Buy is currently offering it for just $169.99 which is an amazing price.

The Hisense 40H3C1 specs include a 40-inch full HD LED display, with as many as 3 HDMI ports, USB port and PC input for those planning to use as a monitor.

The three HDMI ports will come in handy, as the Hisense 40H3C1 TV is not a Smart TV meaning that it won’t come with built-in WiFi for apps such as Netflix and YouTube out of the box.

However, the Hisense 40H3C1 is most definitely Roku supported so all you need to do is plug in your stick to the HDMI port and you can get your Netflix and Hulu fix that way.


If you need to buy a Roku stick, Best Buy are also offering the Roku 3600R Streaming Stick 2016 model for $35.99 which is a $15 instant saving – nice package altogether if you buy both.

We’re not sure we’ve seen a better deal for a 1080p full HD 40-inch TV that is under $200 from a respected brand. Hisense has definitely come on leaps and bounds in terms of consumer satisfaction so you may want to jump on this sale before stock runs dry.

To give you a closer idea of just how highly regarded this model is, the Hisense 40H3C1 review page at Best Buy currently holds a 4.5/5 rating which is extremely good – click the reviews tab at the bottom to see the feedback.

Those looking for the Hisense 40H3C1 manual can download it here. Are you truly impressed with the price of this model for the features offered? Let us know if you have bought one and set it up with no problems using a Roku streaming stick.

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Written by Alan Ng

Alan has been working for Product-Reviews since 2009 and became the Editor-in-chief in 2014. He has a passion for technology, the latest mobile phones and gadgets, and the gaming industry. Alan is a graduate of Canterbury Christ Church University and completed a B.A in Commercial Music in 2008. While expressing a keen interest in all areas that PR cover, you'll usually find Alan in the gaming section, where he'll be keeping enthusiasts up to date on all the latest news and reviews for consoles and PC.

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