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Hisense TV’s: Dumb..But Cheap

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Hisense has unleashed 10 affordable new TV’s, starting from $299 for a 24″ to $1299 for a 55″ LED TV. 

The new thin LED TVs (K20, D33 and K370) are redesigned with two-tone bezel colours are EDGE LIT LED or D LED.

Sizes range from 24″ to 32″ 40″ and 55″. All models have a digital media player, 3X HDMI ports and PVR Record via USB/HDD and the larger 40″ and over displays have Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution. 
However, none of the TV’s connect to the internet. 
Next month is the biggie for the Chinese TV maker, launching its first quad-core Google Android Smart TVs, called Vision TV. 

“This series will no doubt be a hub for entertainment be it movies, games or your favourite music, Hisense TV’s are a true testament of what we continue to bring to the table, affordable and most importantly reliable TV’s” said Andre Iannuzzi, Head of Marketing, Hisense Australia. 

“We’ve recently completed strenuous national consumer research that reinforces the importance of price, Hisense is proud to be fulfilling this need with this affordable and high quality series.”
The 2014 K20, D33 and K370 TV’s are on sale now at  Bing Lee, JB Hi-Fi, Harvey Norman, The Good Guys, BSR, MYER, Radio Rentals and RT Edwards.