Hisense’s amazingly affordable 55″ XT880 Ultra High Definition 4K TV

We have interesting news for consumers in the United States of America and Canada concerning a new affordable (in terms of Hisense’s television competitors) Hisense XT880 55-inch Ultra High Definition 4K Smart television for an unbelievable price of $2000. Let us examine how much bang you can get for your buck.

The 55-inch display sports an Ultra High Definition 3840 X 2160 screen resolution for a crystal clear picture. This means the Hisense XT880 will have four times the pixels than the standard 1080p HDTVs on the market. However, the Hisense XT880 does not provide the user the ability to watch their television in 3D, which is unfortunate. But on the plus side the Hisense XT880 is said to give the viewer a 178 degree viewing angle which means the viewer will be able to see the television clearly wherever they are in the room.

The Smart TV comes with built in Wi-Fi and Opera Web Browser. Moreover, the Hisense XT880 comes with Smart TV apps that include Opera, Netflix, Pandora, Facebook, and Twitter. Thus the user will be able to access all of their social media from the comfort of their living room. Furthermore, the television comes with four HDMI inputs and three USB inputs.

So what do you think about the Hisense XT880 55-inch Ultra High Definition TV? Do you mind that the TV does not come with 3D? Or is the price of the television something that you are willing to comprise on considering the television does not come with 3D compatibility?


Written by Daniel Harvey

Daniel is a recent graduate of Canterbury Christ Church University where he completed a B.A in English Literature in 2012 and an MA in English Literature in 2013. He has a passion for technology ranging from the latest updates in gaming, laptops, tablets or anything else that grabs his attention. He is looking to branch out into the new field of technology which is an area of the market that is always fun and innovative.



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