Hisense is a Chinese manufacturer of major appliances and serves a global market. In particular, Hisense TVs ship in a variety of configurations, sizes and types, so you can easily find one that suits your budget and needs. You can wall mount many of its newer offerings, which makes the larger models seem more like portals or windows to different worlds than mere fixtures on the wall.LCD and LED
Hisense LCD TVs and Hisense LED TVs are one and the same. The term LED stands for 'Light Emitting Diode', which describes the components used to create backlighting that makes the LCD visible. The LCD component of the device is its main display and varies in quality depending on the price. That being said, the highest-quality options you have are HD TVs like the H10 Series 75-inch class 4K ULED TV. If you’ve got a tighter budget, then get the H3 Series 32-inch TV. It features 3 HDMI ports for multiple devices, a USB port for playing digital media, and a 1366 by 768 resolution for HD media viewing.Hisense Smart
Hisense Smart TVs feature a built-in software that connects to your Wi-Fi network to allow for media streaming, web browsing and more. The Wireless DLNA network feature lets your compatible Hisense Smart TV show movies, display pictures, and play music from another computer connected to the same network. The Hisense SMART software gives you access to streaming apps like YouTube, Netflix and local programs at the press of a button.Mounting Hardware
While you can easily get your Hisense TV going by simply plopping it on a media console or table, many models are able to mount directly onto a wall with the help of mounting hardware. These TVs have a VESA mount, which is a universal standard for flat display mounting. Buy a swivel arm mount if you want your TV's position to be adjustable, but you can also get a cheaper fixed mounting fastener.