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Order this new 55" Hisense 4K TV for just $350 ($150 off) and receive it in time for the Super Bowl

If you're looking for a new 4K TV for the big game this Sunday and these Sony options are too pricey, you're going to want to check out this incredible offer. Today, you can order a brand new 55" Hisense H8F Series 4K TV for only $349.99 ($150 off) at Best Buy and have it dropped on your doorstep in time for kickoff.

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Hisense is bringing color e-ink screens to smartphones, but maybe it shouldn't

Your smartphone's screen is a glutton. Sure, it may be beautiful, high-res, and with action as smooth as silk, but every second you're staring at it your phone's battery is just ravenously being sucked dry. Manufacturers have been working since smartphones existed to mitigate that problem, but progress has been a series of baby steps. Now a new tech promises to turn screen power consumption on its head, adapting the sort of low-power B&W e-ink screen you'll find on devices like Kindles to show a full range of colors.

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Every new Android TV announced at CES 2020

Just like any year, this year's CES has focused quite a bit on television sets. And just like any (recent) year, this year brings us a whole slew of new Android TV products. To make it easier to sift through them, we've compiled this article combining all the announcements from the show, sorted alphabetically by manufacturer.

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Hisense debuts $6,000 short-throw laser projector that runs Android TV

Hisense has introduced its 2020 high-end TV lineup during CES, but among the more regular products, the company has also announced a $5,999 short-throw laser projector running Android TV. The device is capable of outputting a 4K 100-inch image and has embedded 30W speakers with dbx-tv support.

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This 65" Hisense H6500F Android TV is $350 ($150 off) at Best Buy, today only

If you don't have the extra cash to throw at some of the more expensive 4K TVs we've covered this week, there are still plenty of wallet-friendly options ripe for the taking. Today only, you can pick up a brand new 65" Hisense H6500F Series Android TV for just $349.99 ($150 off) at Best Buy.

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Best Buy Deal of the Day brings this 55" Hisense TV down to $220 ($160 off)

If our last deal on a Toshiba Fire TV didn't tickle your fancy, check out the heavily discounted 55" Hisense H6500F Series Android TV from Best Buy. Its $220 price is down from $380, for a savings of $160.

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Get a Hisense 49" 4K TV for just $220 ($130 off) at Walmart, free shipping and in-store pickup

TV manufacturers usually launch new models in March and April, so you can get some great clearance deals in the preceding months. Today, we have a 49" 4K LED TV from Hisense (HIS49H6E) selling for $220 at Walmart stores. Unlike some previous Walmart deals, you can order this online with free shipping or in-store pickup.

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You can get a 55-inch Hisense 4K Roku TV for $300 ($200 off) at Best Buy right now

Holy cow, 4K TVs are getting cheap. Over the weekend, we spotted a 43-inch 4K Fire TV at Best Buy for $200. The retailer is back at it: right now, you can pick up a 55-inch 4K Hisense TV with Roku built in for a double-take-inspiring $300.

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Hisense H9 Plus 4K TVs with Android TV are now available

Hisense announced some new TVs back at CES in January, but we haven't heard a peep since then. Today, the H9 Plus Series 4K TVs are available for purchase. Why is this relevant? These TVs have Android TV and Assistant built-in.

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CES 2018 wrap-up: More Android TVs than you can shake a remote at

CES is wrapping up (I left Thursday afternoon), so we figured it would be a good time to sit down and give all of you an easy place to find a bunch of the stuff announced that is related to Android. This post will focus on all of the television sets that will come with Android TV installed. I got see a few of them on the show floor, but they weren't all that exciting from a brief glance standpoint — we've all seen TVs and most of us know what Android TV looks like by now.

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