Xiaomi has simply unveiled its TV F2 Collection, hoping to woo potential consumers with a mix of modern design and Hearth TV brains.
Powered by Amazon’s Hearth OS, the 43in, 50in, and 55in fashions can be found now instantly from Amazon, for particular introductory costs of £339, £379, and £424, respectively. Your money will web you a 4K UHD (possible LED) panel, full with assist for HDR10 and a most 60Hz refresh price.
Whereas the latter received’t excite next-gen avid gamers rocking a 120Hz-compatible Xbox Collection X or PlayStation 5, it does supply Dolby Audio, DTS-Digital:X, and DTS-HD assist for numerous audio wants. As with most TVs nevertheless, you’ll need to improve to a soundbar or exterior audio system for a punchier setup.
The true mass attraction although, is Hearth OS, full with built-in Alexa voice management, letting you do issues like navigate menus, activate the TV, and fireplace up reveals on apps like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video utilizing nothing however your voice. The inclusion of Alexa additionally unlocks all the standard voice assistant gubbins too, like checking the climate, or controlling your whole good house setup. Apple AirPlay assist can also be thrown in, letting customers instantly solid content material from their fruit-emblazoned machine of selection.
Connections across the again embody 4 HDMI ports (variations unspecified on the time of writing), two USB 2 ports, an Ethernet port for wired connections, a headphone jack, and a CI slot. All that’s crammed right into a design which, whereas slightly chunky from the facet, appears to be like fantastically svelte and minimal from the entrance, with near-invisible bezels and thin-profile stand toes.
The introductory costs talked about earlier will probably be legitimate till 6 June, after which you’ll be parting with £399, £449, and £499 for the 43in, 50in, and 55in fashions.