Hisense R43B7120UK review
- 4K ultra-HD
Hisense has its own operating system, called Vidaa U, but for its latest range it's partnering with TV streamer brand Roku. Hisense calls these new TVs 'simple to set up and incredibly easy to use' and while we've been a fan of Roku's streamers in the past, how well does that translate to a full TV operating system? This is a first look review of the 43-inch R43B7120UK, based on the technology in it and our years of experience testing Hisense TVs.
- Pros and cons
- What features does it have and what can I watch?
- Should I buy it?
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