Hisense H55N6800 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV £609 @ ao.com
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Hisense H55N6800 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV £609 @ ao.com

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Found 15th Sep 2017
I've been on the look out for a bit of a price drop and looks like ao.com have reduced from £699 to £609 and with free delivery if you don't want it immediately.

A very recent review on Avforums, looks like a good deal: avforums.com/rev…870
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whats the difference between this and the N5700 model?
rollmesome8 m ago

whats the difference between this and the N5700 model?




local dimming iirc
I need someone to tell me whether to buy this.
bigf00t52 m ago

I need someone to tell me whether to buy this.




buy it
bigf00t54 m ago

I need someone to tell me whether to buy this.

Take the plunge buy it 🤔🤔
Hisense has pretty good build quality, still happy with my 4K I bought a year ago.
awesome tv eh
I am happy with my K5510, picture is great.. BUT, be aware that firmware updates are far and between (I havent had a single one since buying it early last year) - so built in apps like Netflix and iPlayer might stop working as soon as the provider makes any changes on their side.. Its a shame, because you get alot of TV for the money.
scope5 m ago

I am happy with my K5510, picture is great.. BUT, be aware that firmware …I am happy with my K5510, picture is great.. BUT, be aware that firmware updates are far and between (I havent had a single one since buying it early last year) - so built in apps like Netflix and iPlayer might stop working as soon as the provider makes any changes on their side.. Its a shame, because you get alot of TV for the money.


Just buy a Chromecast Ultra
scope13 m ago

I am happy with my K5510, picture is great.. BUT, be aware that firmware …I am happy with my K5510, picture is great.. BUT, be aware that firmware updates are far and between (I havent had a single one since buying it early last year) - so built in apps like Netflix and iPlayer might stop working as soon as the provider makes any changes on their side.. Its a shame, because you get alot of TV for the money.


I can strongly recommend that no one ever uses "smart" features on their TV. Security is atrocious (do you want all your TV activity going to China?), and they tend to get out of date within months of release. I agree with Kraezae, buy a Chromecast.
Is the quality good on this one? Looking to buy a 55" tv soon and this one ticks the box as far as price goes. I game alot on it so looking for something that will look good whilst using my ps4 pro on it.
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jascycling17 m ago

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Probably on account of the 10.1% TCB offer that has just gone up specifically on Hisense UHD TVs
scope46 m ago

I am happy with my K5510, picture is great.. BUT, be aware that firmware …I am happy with my K5510, picture is great.. BUT, be aware that firmware updates are far and between (I havent had a single one since buying it early last year) - so built in apps like Netflix and iPlayer might stop working as soon as the provider makes any changes on their side.. Its a shame, because you get alot of TV for the money.


Philips are / where the same with theirs for updates..
commenter1432 m ago

I can strongly recommend that no one ever uses "smart" features on their …I can strongly recommend that no one ever uses "smart" features on their TV. Security is atrocious (do you want all your TV activity going to China?), and they tend to get out of date within months of release. I agree with Kraezae, buy a Chromecast.


Yes we wouldn't want the Chinese knowing what we watch but we are quiet happy with Google ?
commenter1440 m ago

I can strongly recommend that no one ever uses "smart" features on their …I can strongly recommend that no one ever uses "smart" features on their TV. Security is atrocious (do you want all your TV activity going to China?), and they tend to get out of date within months of release. I agree with Kraezae, buy a Chromecast.


Are they interested in my babestation viewing habits? Err, do these have webcams? 😳😳😳

#turningjapanese
Edited by: "random_dude" 15th Sep 2017
Think I've missed the boat - it's listed as nearly £700 now.
tafarrant19 m ago

Philips are / where the same with theirs for updates..Yes we wouldn't want …Philips are / where the same with theirs for updates..Yes we wouldn't want the Chinese knowing what we watch but we are quiet happy with Google ?


Wow you're so deep and wise...
commenter1442 m ago

Wow you're so deep and wise...


I know
£599 @ John Lewis.
Hintza9 m ago

£599 @ John Lewis.


link?
Hintza12 m ago

£599 @ John Lewis.

Different model isn't it?
Sorry guys its the 5700. My bad!
I returned the 55" version due to horrendous DSE. Watching football was terrible. Got the 65" version as the replacement and it's a totally different beast. Much much better.

Could be the panel lottery.
Ok so this has expired and i know its not that cheap as Ao but Co-Op has it at £639 with CBT60 code.

electrical.coop.co.uk/tv-…gr/
Edited by: "polly69" 15th Sep 2017
Damn missed it. Been on a look out for this to drop. Found it on richer sounds for £649 with 6 year warranty but price is back to £699. I guess just want that extra piece of mind with long warranty as not sure how reliable this brand is and will be
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