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We’re just a few weeks away from March Madness! Are you ready? Hint: It begins on March 18.
Since you’re probably not watching the biggest college basketball tournament out at a sports bar this year, it’s the perfect time to score a new 4K TV and bring all the high flying action to your home. And if you want a nice 4K TV at a nice discount, here you go: QVC has slashed the price of the Hisense 55-inch Class H9 Quantum Series 4K PremiumULED Android TV—from $811 to $676. This is the lowest price on the internet right now.
And if you’d rather not pay in one chunk (understandable), QVC lets you opt for five 'Easy Pay' payments of just $135, with no interest at all. Plus, you get free shipping! New to QVC? You can get an additional $10 off with promo code 'OFFER' at checkout. Score.
Crisp color and audio at an unreal price
The Hisense 4K TV is undeniably sleek—with a near edge-to-edge 55-inch display (more picture, less frame). The 4K Ultra HD resolution at 2160p essentially gets you a movie theater-like experience at home, with colors that pop.
It even supports the best in video and sound with Dolby Vision—which is the most popular HRD video streaming format—and Dolby Atmos for stunning and immersive audio quality. These are features you can't even get with more expensive TVs from notable brands, including this Samsung 55-inch Class Q70T QLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV.
"The H9G has a very bright, crisp picture. Probably the best picture on a TV I have ever had," raved a five-star QVC reviewer.
Get ready to immerse yourself in all the basketball action you can handle!
Android TV at your service
While some streaming TVs come with Fire TV or Roku built-in, this Hisense 55-inch 4K stunner includes Android TV straight from Google. This gets you instant access to popular streaming apps like Netflix, Disney+, HBO Max, Hulu, Prime Video, YouTube and more, plus you’ll also get a wide range of gaming apps, such as NBA Jam, Crashlands and more—which aren't available on the Fire TV or Roku platforms. Android TV is especially ideal for those who use Android phones since it's a great way to pair your phone to your TV with ease.
Plus, Android TV includes Chromecast built-in for slinging videos and music from your phone or tablet to the TV itself, as well as Google Assistant for voice search and hands-free navigation. The TV's remote even has a microphone and Google Assistant button on it, so you’ll always have the virtual assistant within reach.
When you can get the Hisense 55-inch Class H9 Quantum Series 4K PremiumULED Android TV for $676 (was $811), you have no reason to miss out on March Madness this year (it’s streaming on TNT, TBS and TruTV, as well as Paramount+ and CBS Sports—which are all available on Android TV, by the way). Go team!
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