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Hisense has launched a 65-inch television called the Gaming TV Ace 2023. Presently, it is only available overseas, but considering its many appealing features, we hope it makes its way to the U.S. This is a 4K 240 Hz TV that supports VRR and HDR Dolby Vision. Connectivity includes Wi-Fi 6, a 48 Gbps HDMI 2.1 port, and Ethernet. It is up for preorder at around 5,499 RMB (~$865).

With support for AMD FreeSync Premium, the television is perfect for gaming on next-gen consoles. PC users with modern AMD graphics cards can also enjoy its advanced features. There’s no word on NVIDIA G-Sync compatibility. It also includes AI functions for video and audio processing.

Specifications

  • Resolution: 3840×2160
  • Refresh Rates: 240 Hz with VRR and AMD FreeSync Premium Support, also capable of 120 Hz or 144 Hz downsampling, and 240Hz MEMC (Motion Estimation, Motion Compensation)
  • Response Time: 2.7 ms with support for ALLM automatic low latency
  • Viewing Angle: 178°
  • Panel Type: ULED
  • Color Depth: 1.07 billion colors with support for HDR Dolby Vision, BT .709, Delta-E of 1.5
  • Brightness: Not listed
  • Network Connectivity: WiFi 6, Ethernet (version not listed)
  • Audio: Dolby Atmos support with 2x 12W speakers
  • Processor: Quad Cortex-A73 cores
  • Memory: 4 GB system along with 32 GB internal storage for apps
  • Ports: 2x HDMI 2.0, 1x HDMI 2.1, 2x USB (version not listed), SPDIF

Sources: EXPreview (via VideoCardz), JD.com

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Peter Brosdahl

As a child of the 70’s I was part of the many who became enthralled by the video arcade invasion of the 1980’s. Saving money from various odd jobs I purchased my first computer from a friend of my...

9 comments

  1. Huh... you know my wife is bugging me to get rid of two monitors and go with one bigger monitor/TV...
    65" is really big to sit right in front of. You'll want to get some distance. I have a 43" and it is almost too much... but I do love it.
  2. Jesus only 790 dollars. How is that possible?
    Hisense has a way of selectively designing its various tiers for the lowest price possible. We got a 75" 4K (60Hz) Dolby Vision Android TV about 2 years ago on sale for $500 on a BF deal at BB. It's only about 400 nits but we love it. We got a Vizio 5.1.2 Atmos soundbar system at the same time for $400 and had it all delivered for free. Coming in at $1K was a pretty awesome way to set up a theater in our bedroom.

    I had a leg injury right before the holidays this year and was laid up in bed for a couple of weeks and I'd even used it with my laptop to play games in 1080p but with HDR and 12-bit color depth and Atmos(for the games that support it).
  3. Huh... you know my wife is bugging me to get rid of two monitors and go with one bigger monitor/TV...
    We upsized our living room TV to a 65" , the LG C9, about 4 years ago and love it. Before that we had a 55" and the couches are about 12 feet back so that was way too small. Even then there are times it's almost too small. If we could've afforded it I would've gone with 75" and got rid of the projector but that was another $2K+ at the time. In the end it's all about distance. If you're around 6-8 feet back then 65" is pretty sweet.

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