November 28, 2012 by Rachel Cericola
Hisense is a name that most people never heard of until recently. However, the Chinese company has been pretty fast and furious with the TV announcements lately.
The latest is the K366 Series, which adds smart TV functionality into the manufacturer’s lineup. According to Hisense, this line will add the option of a TV with web streaming features. However, we’re not exactly sure which ones the company is including out of the box.
Available in 40- and 50-inch screen sizes, the K366 Series promises movies, TV shows, social media, music, photos and much more, as well as a search features—all via the included remote.
Both models will also have a full 1080p HD image, three HDMI inputs and a Digital Media Player with support for USB and DLNA devices. The 50-incher also adds in 120Hz SmoothMotion technology, which promises to deliver all of your action flicks and/or sports with a smooth, more lifelike image.
Another nifty perk is Digital Media Receiver, which allows viewers to “beam” content from any Android of iOS device right to the big screen.
According to Hisense, both the 40K366W and the 50K366W are available now in Walmart stores.
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