I realize that with the Christmas season about us, I am sure that there are a lot of people who are looking to purchase a TV at this present time. As someone who was there at Wal-Mart on Black Friday (it was Thanksgiving Thursday, actually), I could see a lot of people who wanted a TV. I’m going to go out on a limb and say that if you are looking for something entry-level (I hesitate to say this term), you might want to look at the Hisense 32H4030F.
This one I tried out because honestly, today’s TVs are really just displays. I mean, are we really getting TVs to use an antenna or cable to watch shows when the networks tell us to watch them? Heck no, we are streamers, and where the Hisense 32H4030F is used, it is just Netflix and Disney+, with the occasional YouTube vid.
So you might as well get something that has 720p picture quality. It’s a pretty good picture that has a Roku TV operating system built in. After turning it on, the first thing it asked was what my wireless network password was, and then all you need to do is log in to your streaming networks. It was that simple.
The Hisense 32H4030F has quite a great remote, and it can be done with an app as well. I like the remote because there are dedicated buttons for streaming networks, and the volume controls are on the side.
In short, the Hisense 32-inch TV, which is a really 31.5-inch TV, is pretty good to have. It is possible to get it from places like Wal-Mart for $115.00.