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Market-first TV released by Hisense

After conducting market research recently Hisense discovered that consumers find the leap between the industry standard 40 and 50" TVs too big, many wished for a screen size somewhere between. Hisense have reacted to these findings with a market-first 45" screen.

Equipped with HDR10 technology, the 45N5750 is said to have an incredible colour and contrast range, enhancing the 4K UHD resolution and taking the 4K viewing experience another step further. HLG compatible, the choice of the vast majority of UHD broadcasters, the new 45" screen will be ideally placed as UHD broadcasts become more common-place in the near-future.

Boasting a Quad Core processor, the Hisense 45N5750 has a range of smart features including a full web browser, Netflix, Amazon Prime, You Tube and BBC iPlayer. While Anyview Cast and Anyview Stream means that for those who have a compatible source you can easily share content between your phones, tablets and computer seamlessly.

Hisense UK’s deputy managing director, Howard Grindrod, said: “We’re delighted to offer this market-first product, it’s testament to our product team here at Hisense UK and around the world that we are able to spot these trends and cater for them so responsively and successfully.

“Over the next 18 months we are looking to extend our portfolio of products on offer considerably and this latest innovation is just one of the first developments as we aim to become a market leader.”

Hisense is an Official Sponsor of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia, the partnership will see Hisense, whose UK headquarters are based in Leeds, become the Official Television of the 2018 FIFA World Cup, as well as the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup.

https://hisense.co.uk

Note: We will aim to add more details about the TV when we get them - ed

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