Earlier this year at CES, Hisense s ULED H10 and H9 series TVs provided the wow factor, but the real star of the show might have been the company s H8 series thanks to its combination of 4K, HDR, and a surprisingly affordable price point, considering the features.

The TVs play back HDR content in HDR10 format via both USB and the HDMI 2.0a input.

As with all new technologies, HDR initially came at a premium, but that is increasingly falling away.

The H8 isn t the only series making its way to stores this month.

Hisense s H4 of Roku TVs is also making its way to store shelves this month, offering more than 3,000 streaming channels and voice search via the Roku app for iOS and Android.

There are four different models available, ranging from the 50-inch, 1080p 50H4C for $430 down to the 32-inch, 720p 32H4C, which sells for $200.

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