Hisense Introduces K366 Series of Smart TVs

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Hisense Introduces K366 Series of Smart TVs


Hisense-K366-HDTV-small.jpgHisense USA recently added the functionality of Smart TV apps, streaming and search to the practicality of standard 2D performance in its new K366 in 40- and 50-inch screen sizes, available now at Walmart stores.

The K366 series builds on the solid 2D features of Hisense's K360 series and adds the experience of Smart TV functionality, bringing social media networking, movies, TV shows, music streaming, photos and other multimedia applications into any room.

Featuring bright and responsive panels that deliver 1080p picture quality, the 50-inch model also adds 120Hz SmoothMotion technology. With the addition of three standard HDMI inputs for Blu-ray and DVD players, gaming consoles or media streaming devices, the K366 is ready to entertain the family right out of the box. The built-in Digital Media Player supports content via USB input and from DLNA compatible network devices. In addition, a Digital Media Receiver enables users to beam music, video and photos from any Android or iOS device on the same network onto the big screen.
  
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