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Hisense’s best ULED TV is coming to Hungary

Hisense’s best ULED TV is coming to Hungary

The UXKQ Mini has a 4K QLED panel and is said to feature a beautiful black finish.

Before the start of the Christmas season, Hisense has brought the best TV of the year to Hungary. This is the Hisense UXKQ, which can be purchased in 65- and 85-inch versions at 855,000 HUF and 2,185,000 HUF respectively.

Hisense UXKQ
Hisense UXKQ [+]

For this amount, you get a product with a Mini LED backlight, and a quantum dot, that is, a QLED IPS panel. The screen includes a display with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels, i.e. 4K, and according to the company, the colors are beautiful and wonderful, and the black is almost “scary.” The viewing angle of the anti-glare screen is excellent, the maximum refresh rate is 144 Hz, and of course the use of AMD FreeSync Premium Pro technology is also ensured.

The device has an integrated 62-watt 2.2.2-channel audio system, which, according to information from the company, produces a fuller, stronger and richer sound than average. Like the manufacturer’s other TVs, Hisense UXKQ uses the Vidaa Smart platform, which has an amazing graphical user interface, can also speak the Hungarian language, and provides access to a large number of Internet applications.

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