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Curves for the Masses: Hisense Outs Its Own Curved UHD TV

LG and Samsung aren't the only ones with curved displays anymore.

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Hisense isn't going to let LG and Samsung have all the curved-TV fun. At the 2014 International CES, the Chinese electronics company announced its own 65-inch curved UHD TV, the H8s.

In addition to the H8s' 3840 x 2160 screen resolution, it will pack a 120Hz refresh rate, four HDMI inputs, three USB slots, and an Android 4.2-powered smart TV platform called VIDAA. Users will be able to control this interface with a motion-sensitive remote that Hisense calls the Merlin Air Mouse. There are exposed speakers located on each side of the TV's screen, too.

Consumers can expect Hisense's curved H8s in Q3 2014. Pricing information has not been released just yet.

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The 65-inch Hisense H8s Curved UHD TV

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