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Hisense Roku 4K Smart TV R43B7120UK 43" - £245 / R50B7120UK 50" - £299 / R55B7120UK 55" £329 / R65B7120UK 65" £449 @ Argos (click & collect)
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Hisense Roku 4K Smart TV R43B7120UK 43" - £245 / R50B7120UK 50" - £299 / R55B7120UK 55" £329 / R65B7120UK 65" £449 @ Argos (click & collect)

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Posted 17th Jun
Hisense Roku 4K TVs on offer. Sizes include 43 inch version for £245, 50 inch for £299, 55 inch for £329 and 65 inch for £449. 2 Year manufacturer warranty and good reviews. Same price also on their eBay store if you prefer. Free delivery on the 55 inch and 65 inch versions or free collection to store.







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The first Roku TV in the UK, brought to you by Hisense. Start streaming 150,000+ movies and TV episodes across a range of apps such as Netflix, Now TV, BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4 and Freeview Play. Enjoy every detail in stunning 4K HDR offering 4x more pixels than Full HD, whilst DTS Studio Sound delivers the ultimate audio experience with enhanced bass and clearer vocals. With a simple home screen, easy-to-use remote and automatic software updates, the Hisense Roku TV is more than a Smart

TV - simple to use and easy to love. Catch up on your favourite shows from the last 7 days with Freeview Play on BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, My5 and UKTV Play whenever you like, or pause and rewind live TV with no boxes and no monthly fees. Stream Disney+ on your Hisense Roku TV and discover the best stories from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and National Geographic in one place. With 500+ movies and 300+ TV shows, from timeless classics to new originals – Disney+ has something for everyone.

Model number: R43B7120UK.

2019 model.

Dimensions and Weight

  • Screen size: 43 inches.
  • Size of TV H56.4, W96.9, D8.5cm.
  • Size of TV with stand: H61.6, W96.9, D21.4cm.
  • Width of TV stand 80.6cm.
  • Weight of TV without stand 7kg (unpackaged).
  • Weight of TV with stand 7.1kg.
  • Suitable for wall mounting 200 x 200 bracket.
  • Length of cable: 1m.
  • Packaged size H66.6, W108, D14.6cm.
  • Packaged weight 9.5kg.

Screen Technology


  • LED TV Screen.
  • 4K Ultra HD display resolution.
  • HDR - makes whites brighter, intensifies colour and enhances the overall picture for an epic cinematic effect.
  • Motion rate 60Hz.
  • Viewing angle 176/176 degrees.
  • Resolution 3840 x 2160 pixels.

Sound Technology


  • DTS sound system.
  • 2 x 7 watt RMS power output.

Connectivity


  • 1 USB port and 3 HDMI sockets.
  • Composite socket.
  • Headphone socket.
  • AV socket.
  • Optical connection.
  • Built in Wi-Fi.
  • Ethernet connection.
  • Mobile high-definition link.

Smart TV features


  • Works with Alexa.
  • Roku operating system.
  • Compatible with the following smart apps: now TV, disney+, Netflix, BBC iPlayer, iTV Hub, my5, all 4, Amazon Prime, youTube.

Additional features


  • Features USB video playback.
  • Freeview Play digital tuner.
  • Freeview Play (UK).
  • Quad core processor.
  • CI plus slot.
  • Sleep timer.
  • Parental controls.
  • Aerial required.
  • Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
  • EAN: 6942147455104.

Energy efficiency information:


  • Energy efficiency rating: A.
  • On mode power consumption 60 watts.
  • Annual power consumption 88kWh.
  • Standby power consumption 0.5 watt.
  • This product contains lead.

In the box

  • TV.
  • Remote control (requires 2 x AAAbatteries, included).
  • Power cable.
  • TV stand.
  • Screws.
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Top comments
rhun17/06/2020 06:40

This or the LG 43UM7400PLB for £20ish more?


That's an awful TV. Not even a true 4k panel. It's ips 3k (rgbw) and not a VA one like the hisense

rtings.com/tv/…lcd
Edited by: "chocci" 17th Jun
I have 2 x 55 inch of these, one bought after the other as I was impressed.

Picture needs some settings tweaked and I still need to look up some expert settings but Roku is the highlight here.

Download apps to the TV with the operating system not getting conveniently forgotten by the manufacturer etc.

I can't see why you would go back to a TV with a manufacturer OS unless Android sorts itself out but the computer on the wall where you load the TV program is the future.

The picture is good, very good on 4k. Upscaling is moderate but ok. Sound is acceptable and way enough for most. We have them in bedrooms.

Teenage daughter lives hers, wife the same.

Wouldn't buy the 55 at £479 but we bought at £329 and it is a steal.
Purchased the 43 inch model this morning. Arrived at 7pm this evening.

really not sure where the negative comments are coming from tbh.

This is a £250 tv and a decent one at that. Using this in spare bedroom / home office. Good picture, decent viewing angles and sound more than acceptable. Currently watching football and no noticeable banding or motion blur. I have stuck with the settings straight out of the box and certainly have no complaints.

infact the picture is a whole lot better than the Hisense H55N6800 which was considered a mid-range 4K tv when released which I currently have in my lounge.

If you are after good solid tv then don’t hesitate and that is even before we get started on the included Roku Operating system. If in doubt read the many 4 and 5 star reviews that are available on the internet.
If you are a Costco member, it's the same price for 65-Inch but with 5-years warranty.
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If you are a Costco member, it's the same price for 65-Inch but with 5-years warranty.
KB9017/06/2020 05:19

If you are a Costco member, it's the same price for 65-Inch but with …If you are a Costco member, it's the same price for 65-Inch but with 5-years warranty.


I'm sure this TV (the Roku version) is exclusive to Argos, isn't it?
Can anyone tell me if the 43" is a lesser model compared to the other sizes eg speaker watts brightness of tv or is it the same across the sizes??
I would avoid the 7100 series as the 7500 ones are much better for not much more (7500 has wide colour gamut and dolby vision)
Edited by: "chocci" 17th Jun
This or the LG 43UM7400PLB for £20ish more?
rhun17/06/2020 06:40

This or the LG 43UM7400PLB for £20ish more?


That's an awful TV. Not even a true 4k panel. It's ips 3k (rgbw) and not a VA one like the hisense

rtings.com/tv/…lcd
Edited by: "chocci" 17th Jun
rhun17/06/2020 06:40

This or the LG 43UM7400PLB for £20ish more?


Hi, where is that please?
chocci17/06/2020 06:50

That's an awful TV. Not even a true 4k panel. It's ips 3k (rgbw) and not …That's an awful TV. Not even a true 4k panel. It's ips 3k (rgbw) and not a VA one like the hisensehttps://www.rtings.com/tv/learn/ips-led-vs-va-lcd


Thanks for that, trying to decide on a TV for sub £300 and I really don't know what to pull the trigger on at all. I don't want to get buyer's remorse.
Hot
I have 2 x 55 inch of these, one bought after the other as I was impressed.

Picture needs some settings tweaked and I still need to look up some expert settings but Roku is the highlight here.

Download apps to the TV with the operating system not getting conveniently forgotten by the manufacturer etc.

I can't see why you would go back to a TV with a manufacturer OS unless Android sorts itself out but the computer on the wall where you load the TV program is the future.

The picture is good, very good on 4k. Upscaling is moderate but ok. Sound is acceptable and way enough for most. We have them in bedrooms.

Teenage daughter lives hers, wife the same.

Wouldn't buy the 55 at £479 but we bought at £329 and it is a steal.
Waiting for a 7500 to hit £250ish
3.141592617/06/2020 07:37

I have 2 x 55 inch of these, one bought after the other as I was …I have 2 x 55 inch of these, one bought after the other as I was impressed.Picture needs some settings tweaked and I still need to look up some expert settings but Roku is the highlight here.Download apps to the TV with the operating system not getting conveniently forgotten by the manufacturer etc. I can't see why you would go back to a TV with a manufacturer OS unless Android sorts itself out but the computer on the wall where you load the TV program is the future.The picture is good, very good on 4k. Upscaling is moderate but ok. Sound is acceptable and way enough for most. We have them in bedrooms.Teenage daughter lives hers, wife the same.Wouldn't buy the 55 at £479 but we bought at £329 and it is a steal.


How deep is the black and is screen viewing angle OK? Thanks
So tempted by this, but I also want last years Samsung RU7020 or RU7100 to :/
jsd7417/06/2020 08:55

How deep is the black and is screen viewing angle OK? Thanks


Black levels are good, viewing angles are poor.
chancooluk17/06/2020 09:49

Black levels are good, viewing angles are poor.


Agreed. We have one in the bedroom and the picture is great....as long as you're right in front of the screen, a few degrees off, the picture degrades badly.
I bought the 43" version a while back. It's "OKish" I guess. I certainly wouldn't want it as a main TV, but it does a job sat in the bedroom.
The DSE/banding is pretty poor, the Apps crash/don't open fairly often (which means restarting the TV), but it does, most often, work. I guess you can't really complain too loudy, because of the price. Just don't go in with too high expectations.
rhun17/06/2020 07:01

Thanks for that, trying to decide on a TV for sub £300 and I really don't …Thanks for that, trying to decide on a TV for sub £300 and I really don't know what to pull the trigger on at all. I don't want to get buyer's remorse.


if you arent that bothered about roku OS, then this is a much better tv than the 7120 and has a 5 year warranty. Only problem might be is if you want wide viewing angles

johnlewis.com/his…=ds
chocci17/06/2020 06:50

That's an awful TV. Not even a true 4k panel. It's ips 3k (rgbw) and not …That's an awful TV. Not even a true 4k panel. It's ips 3k (rgbw) and not a VA one like the hisensehttps://www.rtings.com/tv/learn/ips-led-vs-va-lcd


I bought this TV then returned it. Darks were very pixelated from all sources. Volume levels would change intermittently and sometimes I could barely hear it at full volume, and there was lots of buffering on the apps.
Might have been a dud but wouldn't buy again.
chocci17/06/2020 10:38

if you arent that bothered about roku OS, then this is a much better tv …if you arent that bothered about roku OS, then this is a much better tv than the 7120 and has a 5 year warranty. Only problem might be is if you want wide viewing angleshttps://www.johnlewis.com/hisense-h43b7500uk-2019-led-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-43-inch-with-freeview-play-black-silver/p4083351?sku=238075051&s_ppc=2dx92700053282242127&tmad=c&tmcampid=2&gclsrc=ds&gclsrc=ds




Hi, thanks for the heads up. Plus JL is way more preferable to Argos. Though I have to say the 55" for not much more is hard to beat...
chocci17/06/2020 06:50

That's an awful TV. Not even a true 4k panel. It's ips 3k (rgbw) and not …That's an awful TV. Not even a true 4k panel. It's ips 3k (rgbw) and not a VA one like the hisensehttps://www.rtings.com/tv/learn/ips-led-vs-va-lcd


This is incorrect information. Only the 49inch has RGBW display. The 43inch doesn't. Also it's not an awful TV. It's actually one of the best in this price range having a great OS (all be it without the magic remote) and would be ideal for those that need wider viewing angles offered by an IPS panel.
Edited by: "Risto_08" 17th Jun
rhun17/06/2020 07:01

Thanks for that, trying to decide on a TV for sub £300 and I really don't …Thanks for that, trying to decide on a TV for sub £300 and I really don't know what to pull the trigger on at all. I don't want to get buyer's remorse.


If you need wider viewing angles you'll be best with the LG. Although try and get the 7450pla or above as it'll come with the magic remote which is a lot better. It's not an RGBW display as the other person that replied suggested, its RGB 4k although at this size you're unlikely to see the difference. It's also one of the best TVs for the money in this price range.

If you're after something that you tend to sit straight Infront of the Hisense is probably a better buy although I'd take the 7500 over the 7120.
Risto_0817/06/2020 13:56

If you need wider viewing angles you'll be best with the LG. Although try …If you need wider viewing angles you'll be best with the LG. Although try and get the 7450pla or above as it'll come with the magic remote which is a lot better. It's not an RGBW display as the other person that replied suggested, its RGB 4k although at this size you're unlikely to see the difference. It's also one of the best TVs for the money in this price range. If you're after something that you tend to sit straight Infront of the Hisense is probably a better buy although I'd take the 7500 over the 7120.


Hi thanks for this, I'll be sitting straight on so I'll keep an eye out for the 7500 at a good price.
KB9017/06/2020 05:19

If you are a Costco member, it's the same price for 65-Inch but with …If you are a Costco member, it's the same price for 65-Inch but with 5-years warranty.


Got a link for that?
I've got a 55" version. Bought at £329. Very good TV. I'm not too fussy about the blacks or the sound etc. The operating system is fast and responsive. Lots of apps. Easy to use and set up. Can control from your mobile using Roku app.
I bought this at 9.55pm yesterday for £329!! 😫😫😫😫
Edited by: "b0arder2k9" 17th Jun
Purchased the 43 inch model this morning. Arrived at 7pm this evening.

really not sure where the negative comments are coming from tbh.

This is a £250 tv and a decent one at that. Using this in spare bedroom / home office. Good picture, decent viewing angles and sound more than acceptable. Currently watching football and no noticeable banding or motion blur. I have stuck with the settings straight out of the box and certainly have no complaints.

infact the picture is a whole lot better than the Hisense H55N6800 which was considered a mid-range 4K tv when released which I currently have in my lounge.

If you are after good solid tv then don’t hesitate and that is even before we get started on the included Roku Operating system. If in doubt read the many 4 and 5 star reviews that are available on the internet.
Arriving for me tomorrow. It’s going in the bedroom & Nowtv working on Roku os was one of the reasons I went for this over 7500 - which as I understand only usually installs natively on LG and Samsung.
is it possible to use any other Hisense remote controls with this?
Hi what are these Hisense TV's like?

Dispapointed to have purchased an LG OLED55B8PLA last year and after 15 months of non-gaming use the screen now shows no picture, with a replacement mainboard not solving the problem, meanwhile the old 32" LCD Sony Bravia is still going strong 7-8 years later.... apparently the OLEDs are very sensitive to overheating so a 5-10 degree rise in temperature can severely shorten their lifespan. Can anybody else confirm this?
can i ask if anyone has bought this and just has it connected to pc or for gaming and what its like as it seems a good option?
First impressions are quite good. I like the Roku OS - really easy and intuitive to use. Tons of apps, no YouTube kids though. Picture pretty good straight out the box. I haven’t had to turn picture processing (soap opera mode) off yet - normally I can’t stand it. Panel illumination is a little uneven as there are slightly darker strips on the left and right extents of the screen which you can see when the screen colour is bright.
Bearing in mind this is a budget tv, I am pretty happy
i think for £250 you cant really argue this - voted hot.
I have the 43 inch version and absolutely love it
chancooluk17/06/2020 09:49

Black levels are good, viewing angles are poor.


I mean shouldn't that be expected with VA panels
Any good for gaming?
chancooluk17/06/2020 05:53

I'm sure this TV (the Roku version) is exclusive to Argos, isn't it?


For now yeah, it’s not like Bush or Alba inhouse. Hisense UK has the U.K. Roku OS Licence, Roku sell it around the world, the TVs will be available places when Argos exclusive launch period is over, I’m guessing a year? Launched for Black Friday 2019.
Input lag anyone?
mrgreedy200817/06/2020 20:34

Purchased the 43 inch model this morning. Arrived at 7pm this …Purchased the 43 inch model this morning. Arrived at 7pm this evening.really not sure where the negative comments are coming from tbh.This is a £250 tv and a decent one at that. Using this in spare bedroom / home office. Good picture, decent viewing angles and sound more than acceptable. Currently watching football and no noticeable banding or motion blur. I have stuck with the settings straight out of the box and certainly have no complaints. infact the picture is a whole lot better than the Hisense H55N6800 which was considered a mid-range 4K tv when released which I currently have in my lounge.If you are after good solid tv then don’t hesitate and that is even before we get started on the included Roku Operating system. If in doubt read the many 4 and 5 star reviews that are available on the internet.


***** whathifi.com/rev…0uk
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