Hisense has today released a new 4K HDR TV that defies convention, priced at just £2,500, the new Hisense 75M7900 features a huge 75-inch display that comes with all the 4K HDR features you would expect, but for a lot less than you would expect.

The new TV not only shows content in an Ultra HD resolution, with high dynamic range (HDR) technology alongside, but it also matches all of the recommended standards for 4K Blu-ray playback,

It also comes with an inbuilt quad-core processor to power all of the smart TV functions and apps like BBC iPlayer, Amazon Video, Netflix and a lot more.

The TV is also compatible with Anyview Cast and Anyview Stream, allowing you to stream and share content from your smartphone, tablet or computer to the TV wirelessly.

When you do need wires, the TV has two four HDMI ports (two of which are HDMI 2.0 sockets with HDCP 2.2) and three USB inputs, one of which is USB 3.0.

There’s also an optical audio input for plugging in a soundbar or home cinema system.

Alongside the launch, Hisense also revealed that they will be a partner for the upcoming UEFA Euro 2016 championship in France.

You can pick up the new Hisense 75M7900 from today for £2,500.

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