Review: Hisense Series 9 65" 4K ULED TV, a premium TV that competes with the best. Posted by Jason Cartwright on September 19, 2018. 1 When it comes to buying a new TV, most Australians are great at comparing specs and when it comes to the premium end of the market, you'll...
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