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Hisense 55U8QFTUK 55 Inch QLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV only £748.99 (£150 deducted at checkout) @ Costco
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Hisense 55U8QFTUK 55 Inch QLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV only £748.99 (£150 deducted at checkout) @ Costco

£748.99£899.9917%Costco Deals
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Hisense 55U8QFTUK 55 Inch QLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV only £748.99 (£150 deducted at checkout) @ Costco
Posted 24th Aug 2020

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It is priced at £898.99 but when you add it to the checkout members get £150 knocked off bringing it down to £748.99. If you're not a member then you can get an online only membership for £15. Absolute bargain for a fantastic tv. Don't forget the 5 year warranty with COSTCO as well

Features- 4K UHD Premium, with HDR10, HDR10+, Dolby Vision and HLG
- 2x10W, Dolby Atmos, Dolby Audio
- Quad Core/MSD6886 Processor
- VIDAA U Smart TV OS
- 5 Year Warranty Included

QLED TV. Our ultimate 4K HDR experience.

Unlock astonishing levels of colour purity with U8QF ULED TV. Quantum Dot Colour gets you closer to reality with over 1 billion true-to-life colours whilst Ultra HD Premium offers exceptional 4K clarity. Over 100 independently controlled dimming zones achieves pinpoint detail even in the darkest of scenes. Bring the true cinematic experience home with HDR10+ and Dolby Vision™ support and immersive Dolby Atmos® sound with the built-in front-firing speaker. Hisense’s new VIDAA U4 Smart TV OS lets you enjoy all your favourite entertainment from Netflix, Prime Video, YouTube Freeview Play and more, and control your TV using voice with Alexa built-in.



Over a billion colours with Quantum Dot Colour.

Get closer to reality and experience a wide colour gamut of up to 100% (typical value) under the DCI-P3 standard for smoother gradients and more vivid and realistic reds, greens and blues.



Full Array Local Dimming PRO. Subtle shades, astonishing detail.

Direct Full Array Local Dimming Pro achieves astonishing contrast levels with over 100 independently controlled dimming zones. Details in the darkest scenes are delivered with deeper blacks and higher precision whilst highlights can be seen in perfect clarity.



Ultra HD Premium

A new benchmark in picture quality, Ultra HD Premium brings each frame to life in stunning 4K beauty. See every detail with over 8 million pixels and exceptional clarity.



Dolby Atmos. One giant leap for surround sound.

Dolby Atmos® puts you inside the action with bigger, more encompassing sound that fills your room - even overhead - to immerse you in your entertainment.



HDR10+

Dynamic metadata ensures every frame is adjusted to get closer to the director's vision. Brightness, colour saturation, and contrast are adjusted scene-by-scene achieves amazing image precision.



Dolby Vision™

Inspired by cinema technology, highlights are up to 40 times brighter and blacks 10 times darker than standard dynamic range, resulting in vivid, lifelike images.



HDR10 & HLG

Supporting the current industry standards for High Dynamic Range of HDR10 and HLG, detail in the darkest areas of a picture aren't lost whilst bright areas don't blow out.



Amazing picture realism with Hi-View Engine.

Advanced real-time AI scene optimisation and powerful picture processing delivers new levels of colour, contrast and detail for lifelike picture quality.



VIDAA U. It's all about U.

Personalised, intuitive and smart, access all of your favourite entertainment and built-in apps from the likes of Netflix, Prime Video, YouTube, and Freeview Play. The newly designed launcher view lets you customise apps based on your needs and with Spotlight Guide you can preview recommendations and must-watch shows or movies by app from the home screen. Search across your TVs apps at once with Global Search whilst One Touch Access lets you access your favourite TV apps in one click.



Alexa built-in

Use Alexa to control your TV with your voice, search across the VIDAA U platform or use any Alexa skills.




Model Number: 55U8QFTUK

EAN: 6942147457733
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Top comments
RedAndre25/08/2020 06:57

It will, but only for about 10 minutes. Then it will catch fire and …It will, but only for about 10 minutes. Then it will catch fire and explode - because it's a Hisense and doesn't cost 2 grand


Haha. All jokes aside for those brand snobs. Hisense have no issues with reliability. My current hisense is going on 7 years old and doesn't have a single thing wrong with it.
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Will this play Coronation Street & Eastenders ?
colombo24/08/2020 22:58

Will this play Coronation Street & Eastenders ?



It will
In 4k someday
Anybody have this TV?
colombo24/08/2020 22:58

Will this play Coronation Street & Eastenders ?


It will, but only for about 10 minutes. Then it will catch fire and explode - because it's a Hisense and doesn't cost 2 grand
around £600 and I would buy
dogsballs25/08/2020 08:13

around £600 and I would buy


Are you kidding me? You try find me a TV with this spec for anywhere near £600. If you do I'll pay your mortgage off for you
Edited by: "MonkeyMan90" 25th Aug
RedAndre25/08/2020 06:57

It will, but only for about 10 minutes. Then it will catch fire and …It will, but only for about 10 minutes. Then it will catch fire and explode - because it's a Hisense and doesn't cost 2 grand


Haha. All jokes aside for those brand snobs. Hisense have no issues with reliability. My current hisense is going on 7 years old and doesn't have a single thing wrong with it.
mattster25/08/2020 02:20

Anybody have this TV?


It's EU version of H9G, plenty about it on web. One of the best if not best tvs when it goes to price/value ratio
Will this support the new gaming consoles that are coming out?
lewis.major25/08/2020 15:52

Will this support the new gaming consoles that are coming out?


Yes you will only get 4k at 60fps though as its hdmi 2.0 and not 2.1.
Thank you
MonkeyMan9025/08/2020 16:13

Yes you will only get 4k at 60fps though as its hdmi 2.0 and not 2.1.


This is just absurd... nothing personal but it makes me laugh when everyone is repeating hdmi 2.1 over and over again...it is unnecessary, there is no need for 120fps in single player games and who plays competitive games on 50"+ TV?? With dreadful response time and input lag? ? Hdmi 2.0 and VRR+ALLM is enough. Btw this TV supports 120fps at 1080p/1440p
Btw it's £799 everywhere now
Edited by: "kokoroko" 27th Aug
kokoroko27/08/2020 15:16

This is just absurd... nothing personal but it makes me laugh when …This is just absurd... nothing personal but it makes me laugh when everyone is repeating hdmi 2.1 over and over again...it is unnecessary, there is no need for 120fps in single player games and who plays competitive games on 50"+ TV?? With dreadful response time and input lag? ? Hdmi 2.0 and VRR+ALLM is enough. Btw this TV supports 120fps at 1080p/1440pBtw it's £799 everywhere now


The only way to get 4k @ 120fps is via hdmi 2.1 you can't tell me otherwise because that is a fact due to transfer speeds. Also input lag on many decent TV now are around 14ms which really isn't bad considering the size. And it also depends on what game you're playing to whether you need 120fps. First person shooters or racing games it's a huge difference. But something like flight simulator you only need around 30fps
Edited by: "MonkeyMan90" 27th Aug
MonkeyMan9027/08/2020 15:33

The only way to get 4k @ 120fps is via hdmi 2.1 you can't tell me …The only way to get 4k @ 120fps is via hdmi 2.1 you can't tell me otherwise because that is a fact due to transfer speeds. Also input lag on many decent TV now are around 14ms which really isn't bad considering the size. And it also depends on what game you're playing to whether you need 120fps. First person shooters or racing games it's a huge difference. But something like flight simulator you only need around 30fps


You need 120fps on 50"+ TV? What for?
kokoroko28/08/2020 18:52

You need 120fps on 50"+ TV? What for?


Worth it just for the sky sports news bar across the bottom of the TV
MonkeyMan9028/08/2020 18:54

Worth it just for the sky sports news bar across the bottom of the TV … Worth it just for the sky sports news bar across the bottom of the TV


Ok fair enough, and I thought you wanna be another Shroud playing competitively on 50"+TV
kokoroko28/08/2020 18:58

Ok fair enough, and I thought you wanna be another Shroud playing … Ok fair enough, and I thought you wanna be another Shroud playing competitively on 50"+TV


I enjoy gaming but I only play to chill out not competitively.
Do you know if this is is earc, or just regular arc? Still tempted for 1440p120 more than 4k60
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