Save up to £200 on excellent Hisense Roku 4K TVs this Father's Day

Save up to £200 on Hisense Roku TVs this Father's Day
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If you're looking for a top-performing budget TV stuffed with features and services, then you might want to check out these Hisense Roku TV deals. They've arrived at Argos just in time for Father's Day.

The savings not only apply to the five-star 50in (opens in new tab) Hisense R50B7120UK, which is now £299 (down from £379) but also the 43in (opens in new tab) (£245 down from £329), 55in (opens in new tab) (£329 down from £479) and 65in (opens in new tab) (£449 down from £649) versions. 

That represents discounts of up to £200 until the end of June or, more likely, while stock lasts.

Hisense R50B7120UK 50in 4K HDR Roku TV (opens in new tab)

Hisense R50B7120UK 50in 4K HDR Roku TV £379 £299 (opens in new tab)
Expect all the apps and services under the sun, a terrifically usable interface and great value picture quality.
See the 43in Hisense Roku TV - £245
(opens in new tab)See the 55in Hisense Roku TV - £329
(opens in new tab)See the 65in Hisense Roku TV - £449 (opens in new tab)

These Hisense sets were the UKs first Roku TVs when they arrived at the beginning of 2020 and they've gone down a storm. They're built on a zippy and intuitive Roku smart platform, packed with over 8,000 apps including big hitters like Apple TV+, NetflixSpotifyDisney+, Now TV, Google Play, Rakuten, Amazon Prime Video and many, many others.

Best of all, though, the picture quality on the 50in R50B7120UK that we tested was very, very decent for this price. The 4K picture is clean and dynamic, while its processor does an excellent job of upscaling HD content to 4K levels too.

The Hisense Roku TVs are only available at Argos and originally appeared at a discounted price back in April. Now they're back to that bargain level we'd grab one of these cheap 4K TVs while you can.


Dan Sung

Dan is a staff writer at What Hi-Fi? and his job is with product reviews as well as news, feature and advice articles too. He works across both the hi-fi and AV parts of the site and magazine and has a particular interest in home cinema. Dan joined What Hi-Fi? in 2019 and has worked in tech journalism for over a decade, writing for Tech Digest, Pocket-lint, MSN Tech and Wareable as well as freelancing for T3, Metro and the Independent. Dan has a keen interest in playing and watching football. He has also written about it for the Observer and FourFourTwo and ghost authored John Toshack's autobiography, Toshack's Way.