Hisense 55E7HQTUK QLED Gaming Series 55-inch 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR Smart TV with YouTube, Netflix, Disney + Freeview Play and Alexa Built-in, Bluetooth and WiFi, TUV Certificated (2022 NEW)
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Of course, you may prefer to put your nice new TV on the wall. But when you see the E7K Pro in profile, you might think again. At its deepest, it’s a profoundly unfashionable 81mm deep - and it’s that depth over quite a lot of the rear panel. Add in the fact that there’s no cable-cover or cable-management included, and this Hisense is not the most obvious candidate for wall-mounting. Although it’s far from perfect, there’s still plenty to enjoy about the Hisense E7K Pro and some aspects of its picture-making performance that make it a very watchable TV indeed.
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You can’t expect perfection from a 55-inchQLED TV costing less than four-figures - so let’s not all pretend to be aghast that the Hisense E7K Pro isn’t perfect. On the plus side, however, it’s a well-specified television with a good smart TV interface, some very worthwhile gaming features, and a facility with on-screen motion that’s a match for televisions costing plenty more.The images it produces are undeniably flat and rather two-dimensional, though - there’s little depth of field, even when one protagonist is standing at the near end of a tennis court (for example) while their opponent is at the other. Movies that include deep shots of landscape or what-have-you don’t get the depth of image you just know is available from other, more capable TVs.
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Costco Online UK Limited, UK Home Office, Hartspring Lane, Watford, Hertfordshire, WD25 8JS. Registered in England and Wales No. 8055444 From the dead-ahead, the Hisense E7K Pro is exactly what you want from a television: screen, and plenty of it. The bezels surrounding the screen are minimal - even the one across the bottom, which carries some branding and what passes for a design flourish at either end, is discreet. The feet that support it are simple boomerang numbers, but they raise the bottom of the screen to the extent that only the beefiest soundbars will get in the way. And they’re not so far apart that the Hisense needs an especially wide surface to stand on.
The E7K Pro is compatible with every worthwhile high dynamic range standard, including HDR10+ and Dolby Vision - and it has Filmmaker Mode, and you’ll make your own mind up about how worthwhile that is.