Save up to $1000 on Hisense 4K TVs with these early Black Friday deals from Amazon

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Black Friday is still two weeks away, but that hasn’t stopped Hisense from pulling out the stops early and discounting virtually all of its 2023 TV lineup. These are some of—if not the–best TVs released over the past year, and will be a home theater upgrade even if you got your set in the past three or four years.

Hisense 75-inch 75U7K, $899.99 (was $997.99)

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We’re highlighting Hisense’s mid-tier U7 TV as a particularly good deal because it’s an incredible value at its normal price. The TV’s $98 discount is just the cherry on the cake. This TV has it all: two 144Hz HDMI ports for gaming, support for Dolby Vision IQ HDR, compatibility with Amazon’s Alexa and the Google Assistant, and a peak brightness of 1,000 nits. The good news is that you’re going to get a phenomenal picture regardless of whether you play games, watch movies and TV shows, or watch TikTok compilations on YouTube. The image will be bright, have excellent contrast, and phenomenal color reproduction, too.

Black Friday is the best time of the year to splurge either for yourself or someone you love. This Hisense deal on the U7 gets you a 75-inch TV for well under $1,000, and we don’t expect to see it at a lower cost any time soon. The best part is that by shopping now you can enjoy the TV for the full holiday season, and don’t need to worry about it going out of stock or facing shipping delays.

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Brandt Ranj

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Brandt Ranj is a commerce reporter at Popular Science. He writes about the latest and greatest gadgets, from headphones and TVs to chargers and cables. He splits his time between New York City, Long Island, and Croatia, carting test gear around the U.S. and the globe.