First Gaming TV Hisense E75 Released With 55-inch 4K / 120Hz Screen


Hisense teaming up with JD.com officially released the 475 120Hz gaming TV, known as the Hisense E75. The price of the 55-inch variant is 3,999 yuan ($563) and the 65-inch variant costs 5,499 yuan ($774).

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The Hisense E75 series gaming TVs are equipped with 120Hz 4K panels. They use a VRR and 120Hz MEMC motion stabilization technology. The manufacturer has officially announced that the picture is smooth and does not hurt the eyes, stable and not torn, and the frames are smooth as well.

Hisense E75

Hisense Gaming TV also uses wide color gamut technology. Its color gamut coverage can reach 130% (BT.709). The rest of the noteworthy features include a standard HDR 10, full-dimensional AI image quality adjustment technology, etc. Especially, the latter can automatically adjust the brightness according to ambient light, scene, content changes, contrast, and other image quality indicators.

In terms of technical specifications, Hisense Gaming TV E75 uses four core CPU of CA73 and Mali G52 GPU. It also supports Dolby Virtual X, Dolby MS12/DTS HD. The Hisense Gaming TV E75 comes with a 3GB running memory, a 64GB body storage, and supports 2.4G and 5G dual WiFi. As for the content, the Hisense Gaming TV fully supports Tencent Cloud Games. As you guess, cloud games do not occupy hardware memory and the game decoding is all done in the cloud. At present, the E75 already supports popular games such as NBA 2K Online and FIFA Online 4.

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