Grab a 50-inch QLED TV for $340 over at Amazon

Hisense U6HF
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If you need an affordable TV, check out Hisense's U6HF QLED TV on sale for just $340 over at Amazon, down from an original $425.

We haven't had a chance to review this set just yet, but it has a slew of competitive features and specs for the price, so it's more than worth considering.

Hisense 50-inch U6HF QLED TV sale

Hisense U6HF was $425 now $340 (save $85)

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This Hisense QLED TV supports 4K, HDR, Dolby Vision, and HDMI ARC, plus it sports a 60Hz panel that can handle most next-gen gaming. If you want a big, solid TV that doesn't break the bank, the U6HF is worth a look.

Hisense has a huge slew of budget TVs for sale, but when you get down to this price point, you're often looking at TVs missing some premium features. But that doesn't seem to be the case, on paper at least, with this particular 50-inch QLED.

So, what does the U6HF come with? Well, you're getting the QLED panel, HDR by way of HDR10+, Dolby Vision, and HLG, and HDMI ARC support. This set also comes with full-array local dimming alongside smarts via the Fire TV OS.

For gamers, 60Hz is enough to handle most next-gen games with an attached PS5 or Xbox Series X, and you will get to output your games in their full-fat 4K. For casual gaming, the U6H should be just the ticket.

All told the Hisense U6HF seems very competitive in terms of specs for a budget TV, and at just $340, it's a pretty tempting offer. If you're in the market for a new TV but don't want to spend tons of cash, give this Hisense a look.


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Ruben Circelli

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