Best HDTV Deals Overview Updated November 23, 2020

Best HDTV Deals

The Best HDTV Deals from Best Buy, Amazon, eBay Daily Deals and more

Here’s you’ll find all of the top HDTV deals, both 1080p and 4K. Since 2015, many of the top releases from Samsung, VIZIO, LG and others have included smart functionality with access to streaming services like Netflix, Hulu Plus and others. More brands are implementing other features like curved displays, upgraded audio components and touchscreen remotes.

Black Friday TV deals: HomeKit/AirPlay 2 VIZIO 55-inch 4K OLED $900, much more from $130

Up to 33% From $130

Best Buy is currently offering the VIZIO 55-inch OLED 4K HDR Smart UHDTV for $899.99 shipped. Down from $1,300, today’s deal saves you $400 and matches our last mention for the best available. This is one of VIZIO’s most recent launches and is the company’s first entry into the OLED space. You’ll find a 120Hz refresh rate, HDR, and four HDMI inputs here. Plus, HomeKit and AirPlay 2 are built-in, along with support for Alexa and Assistant. Rated 4.1/5 stars. In the market for something else? Head below for more great 4K and HD TV deals this Black Friday.

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Samsung Serif and Terrace 4K TVs return to all-time lows for Black Friday (Up to $1,302 off)

Today at Amazon we’ve unraveled a variety of Samsung television offers up to $1,302 off. Our favorite happens to be the Samsung 55-inch Serif QLED 4K Smart TV (2020) for $1,197.99 shipped. Also available at B&H, Dell, and Newegg. Today’s offer shaves $302 off and is a match for the lowest price we have tracked. If you’re on the hunt for a television that is anything but traditional, Serif is worth a look. Not only does it shake things up with a standout look, you’ll stand to benefit from Alexa integration, a 4K QLED display, and an ambient mode that turns “a blank screen into décor, artwork, pictures or other visuals.” Connectivity options include four HDMI ports, Digital Optical Audio, USB, and more. Rated 4.2/5 stars. Continue reading to find more Samsung TVs discounted as low as $798.

Denon’s 9.2-Ch. AirPlay 2 A/V receiver sports Dolby Atmos/Vision, eight HDMI, more at $300 off

World Wide Stereo via Amazon is offering the Denon AVR-X3600H 9.2-Channel AirPlay 2 Network A/V Receiver for $799 shipped. Also available directly from World Wide Stereo. Down $300 from its list price, today’s deal saves you 27% and is a match for the lowest price that we’ve tracked historically. This receiver is perfect for the person who wants an ultra-high-end sound system. It offers a 9.2-channel amplifier that delivers 105W per channel, which is more than enough power for even the best speakers around. With eight HDMI inputs and three HDMI outputs, this receiver has more than enough I/O for your entire home theater. You’ll also find HDCP 2.3, Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, and even IMAX Enhance available here. Plus, it supports Alexa and AirPlay 2 for easy smart home tie-ins. Rated 4.6/5 stars.

Stealthily cloak the big screen with a Samsung Frame TV from $478 (Up to $600 off)

Amazon is offering the Samsung 43-inch Frame QLED 4K TV for $797.99 shipped. Matched at BuyDig, Dell, Sam’s Club, and B&H. That’s $200 off the typical rate there and marks the second-best Amazon offer we’ve tracked. If you’re like me, you appreciate technology that not only blends in with its surroundings, but actually looks great to boot. Samsung’s Frame TV lineup easily fits into that category with a slim and sleek appearance that mimics a piece of wall art. This 2020 model spans 43 inches and delivers a crisp 4K viewing experience. A built-in Art Mode showcases “beautiful works of art when you’re not watching TV.” Smart home enthusiasts are bound to love that Alexa is inside, making it a cinch to control lighting, smart outlets, and the list goes on. Connectivity options include four HDMI ports, Ethernet, and more. Rated 4.4/5 stars. Continue reading to find more Samsung Frame TV discounts priced as low as $478.

Best of Black Friday 2020 – TVs: VIZIO 70″ 4K $478, Element 50″ 4K $200, more from $150

Black Friday 2020 just about here. It’s arguably the deal hunter’s favorite holiday. Here you’ll find our favorite 2020 Black Friday TV deals, making it a one-stop-shop for your big screen needs. As you would expect, retailers are very competitive with pricing that paves the way for a serious upgrade to whatever you may currently have. Continue reading to find our top picks this year.

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Hisense’s 65-inch 4K HDR ULED Android TV returns to all-time low at $800 (Save 20%)

Amazon currently offers the Hisense 65H9F 65-inch 4K ULED Android TV for $799.99 shipped. Down from its $1,000 going rate, today’s offer saves you 20%, matches our previous mention for the all-time low, and is the best we’ve seen since May. This 4K HDR ULED TV delivers a 65-inch screen to your home theater complete with a Quantum Dot panel and variable 240Hz refresh rate for taking advantage of the latest consoles. With Android TV at the center of the experience here, you’ll enjoy built-in access to various streaming services alongside Google Assistant features and Chromecast integration. Four HDMI ports round out the notable features. Rated 4/5 stars from over 235 customers.

VIZIO’s 4K OLED TVs are finally available with AirPlay 2, HomeKit, more

VIZIO announced its 4K OLED TV lineup earlier this year, but the selection of TVs is finally available for purchase from Best Buy. You’ll find that these TVs are among the first from a company outside of Sony or LG, and VIZIO makes sure to pack quite a bit into its first-ever 4K OLED panels. From HomeKit and AirPlay 2 to a 120Hz refresh rate and Dolby Vision, these TVs are also competitively priced with deals starting at $1,200.

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Samsung’s latest Frame 4K Smart TVs with AirPlay 2 and more now up to $200 off

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Samsung is currently taking up to $200 off a selection of its latest 2020 Frame Smart 4K TVs with prices starting at $1,200 shipped. One highlight is on the 55-inch model which is matched at Amazon and goes for $1,397.99. Down from $1,500, today’s offer is just the second time we’ve seen it on sale and the best since May. Samsung’s latest Frame TV blends into the rest of your home decor with a stylish design that’s as far from the typical black plastic bezels as you’ll find. Instead, there’s a wood finish and picture frame-esque design. Other highlights include smart functionality like AirPlay 2 and HomeKit, a 4K QLED screen equipped with HDR10+, and four HDMI ports. Rated 4.3/5 stars from 110 customers. Head below the fold for more.

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Insignia’s 50-inch Fire TV delivers Disney+ and more in 4K at $270 (Save $80)

$350 $270

Amazon is currently offering the Insignia 50-inch Fire TV 4K Smart HDTV for $269.99 shipped. Also available at Best Buy. Typically fetching $350, today’s offer is good for a 23% discount, beats our previous mention by $10, and matches the Amazon all-time low. Sporting a 50-inch 4K panel this Insignia TV is a great way to upgrade the guest room, office, or anywhere else that doesn’t demand a home theater-worthy display. Alongside three HDMI inputs, there’s also built-in Fire TV functionality, allowing you to skip having to pick up an external streaming media player in order to enjoy your favorites from Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, and more. Over 1,500 customers have left a 4.4/5 star rating. More details can be found below the fold.

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New Hisense Laser TV spans 100-inches, wields light rejection technology, more

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It’s been a couple of years or so now since Hisense began its laser television endeavor. Things were initially kicked off with an 80-inch offering, but the latest Hisense Laser TV is here and it spans 100-inches. The unit runs Android OS, allowing you to set aside the secondary purchase of a dedicated streaming media player. When it comes to audio, Hisense is sticking with dbx-tv sound, which is said to offer “deep bass, crisp highs, 3D surround sound, and more.” The picture itself is powered by X-Fusion laser light source that’s ready to display content for over 25,000-hours. Continue reading to learn more.

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TCL’s latest 6-series TVs will offer “world’s first” THX Certified Game Mode

TCL, a well-known TV manufacturer who makes budget-focused displays, has teamed up with THX Ltd. to offer the “world’s first” THX Certified Game Mode television. Coming on the all-new TCL 6-series 4K TVs, this game mode offers “lightning-fast response time” and “the most optimal viewing experience”, which allows you to enjoy gaming the way the creators intended it to be played. What all does this mean? Keep reading to find out more.

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VIZIO finally enters the OLED market with two models priced from $1,300

VIZIO is probably one of my favorite TV manufacturers around. Offering a combination of budget-focused options with feature-rich models, you’ve been able to find just about anything in VIZIO’s TV line…that is, except for OLED. But, that all changes as the company is debuting the VIZIO Masterful OLED TV Collection alongside the Dolby Atmos-enabled Elevate Sound Bar. What do these two new products bring to the table? Keep reading to find out.

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Samsung Sero 4K TV arrives with rotational display and AirPlay 2 support

After first being announced over a year ago, Samsung’s much-anticipated Sero 4K TV is now available for purchase in the United States. You may have recalled this bit of news from 2019 as Samsung made waves with its unique rotating display that can show content in both landscape and portrait modes. The integrated rotating motor makes it one of the most unique offerings on the market today and certainly a refreshing departure from the usual TVs we’ve seen in recent years. Hit the jump for full pricing, availability, and more.

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Samsung’s 2019 Frame UHDTV lineup returns to Amazon lows at up to $300 off

Amazon currently offers the Samsung Frame 55-inch 4K HDR UHDTV (2019 edition) for $1,097.99 shipped. Both Walmart and B&H are matching the price here, with Best Buy and Samsung direct’s listings entering at $2 more. Typically selling for closer to $1,400, today’s offer is good for a $300 discount and matches our previous mention from the holidays for the Amazon all-time low. The Frame stands out from other TVs on the market thanks to its unique design that more naturally blends into your home. Gone is the usual black plastic casing, and instead you’ll find a wood finish and thin form-factor. Other highlights include smart functionality, a 4K UHD screen equipped with HDR10+, and four HDMI ports. Rated 4.5/5 stars. Head below for more deals starting at $898.

Best of Black Friday 2019 – TVs: 58-inch 4K $198, 70-inch Samsung $550, more

As the holiday season rapidly closes in, discounted Black Friday TVs are one of the first pieces of tech that many think of scoring big savings on. Thankfully the some of the prices we are seeing are absolutely incredible, making Black Friday 2019 a great time to upgrade the big screens throughout your home.

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What to look for when shopping for home theater gear: Surround Sound

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Shopping for new home theater gear can be quite confusing. Whether you’re in the market for a new TV, sound system, speakers, or something entirely different, there are a lot of terms going around. Maybe you’re not quite sure what “Dolby Atmos Surround Sound” is, but your friend told you that you just had to have it over standard setups. Or, maybe you want the most immersive audio experience possible, but aren’t quite sure how to get it. In this series, we’ll go over everything you need to look for when shopping for new home theater gear.

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What to look for when shopping for home theater gear: TV Panel + Resolution

Shopping for new home theater gear can be quite confusing. Whether you’re in the market for a new TV, sound system, speakers, or something entirely different, there are a lot of terms being thrown around. Maybe you’re not quite sure what “OLED” is, but your friend told you that you just had to have it vs LCD setups. Or, maybe you want the most immersive audio experience possible, but aren’t quite sure how to get it. In this series, we’ll go over everything you need to look for when shopping for new home theater gear, including HDR types, surround sound setups, as well as differences in TV panels and resolutions.

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What to look for when shopping for home theater gear: HDR explained

Shopping for new home theater gear can be quite confusing. Whether you’re in the market for a new TV, sound system, speakers, or something entirely different, there are a lot of terms being thrown around. Maybe you’re not quite sure what “Dolby Vision HDR” is, but your friend told you that you just had to have it vs. HDR10. Or, maybe you want the most immersive audio experience possible, but aren’t quite sure how to get it. In this series, we’ll go over everything you need to look for when shopping for new home theater gear, including HDR types (this post), surround sound setups, as well as differences in TV panels and resolutions.

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Epson’s new 120-inch laser TV works in ‘virtually any lighting environment’

Laser TVs are exciting. They attempt to take the best features found in other TVs and projectors, and merge them into one product. From Optoma to LG, all sorts of manufacturers are investing money in laser TV development. Epson today unveiled its latest laser TV, which aims to be quite competitive thanks to the inclusion of an ambient light-rejecting screen that the company touts as delivering ‘a stunning picture in virtually any lighting environment’.

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LG brings G-SYNC and 120Hz refresh rates to its 2019 OLED TVs

With massive gaming and computing displays starting to increase in popularity, LG is attempting to further blur the lines between TVs and monitors. Its latest announcement confirms that some of its 55 to 77-inch TVs will receive a firmware update that yields G-Sync compatibility. The addition of G-Sync to some of its latest televisions should be appealing to PC gamers as it can ultimately provide a smoother gaming experience.

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Review: VIZIO’s HomeKit-enabled home theater setup is perfect for movie night

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VIZIO’s latest high-end P-Series TV is one to impress. Through features like HomeKit, built-in AirPlay 2, Dolby Vision, 384 local dimming zones, and more, this screen is worthy of any home theater. Over the last several weeks, I’ve spent some quality time with VIZIO’s 2019-edition premium television, and it has reached the top of my recommendation list for a number of reasons. Keep reading to find out why I love VIZIO’s latest HomeKit-enabled 4K TV in our review.

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Optoma’s new CinemaX P1 Smart 4K Laser Projector aims to eliminate the TV

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As time passes, I become increasingly intrigued by ways to eliminate traditional TVs in my home. When turned on, televisions look fantastic, but this is not necessarily the case when toggled off. Like Samsung’s Frame TV, a new laser projector from Optoma makes it quite simple to bring a modern and sophisticated look to the living room.

Originally unveiled in January at CES 2019, Optoma’s new CinemaX P1 Smart Laser Projector is now available for pre-order. The all-in-one device can project up to a 120-inch 4K image and is paired with a premium NuForce sound bar. Compatibility with Alexa, Google Assistant, and IFTTT provide a variety of smart integrations.

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LG’s 8K 88-inch OLED TV is its largest yet, works with AirPlay 2 and HomeKit

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Large OLED displays are trending these days with more offerings available than ever before. Just a couple weeks back Dell helped propel the computing industry forward by announcing an Alienware-branded 55-inch OLED 4K Monitor with a killer 120Hz refresh rate. Today we’ve heard that a massive LG 8K 88-inch OLED TV is being readied for launch and will support both Apple AirPlay 2 and HomeKit technologies.

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Sharp will soon unveil the ‘world’s largest 8K LCD TV’, and it even has 5G

When it comes to phenomenally large displays, projectors have been one of the most readily available and cost-effective ways to go. While Sharp’s upcoming 8K TV fits neither of those criteria, it’s still a peek into what the future of TV may look like. With a massive 120-inch screen and insane 8K resolution, Sharp’s teased TV is likely to be absolutely stunning.

Sharp’s incredibly large 120-inch 8K TV is pegged to make its first public appearance at IFA, the same trade show where JVC debuted an 8K projector last year. On top of already-impressive specifications, the yet-to-be-shown TV also features 5G connectivity which should provide enough bandwidth to stream massive 8K footage with ease.

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TCL unveils 2019 4K TV lineup from $300, 8K panels delayed to 2020

This morning TCL has finally revealed its 2019 TV lineup which was first teased back at CES 2019. Better late than never, the popular budget-friendly brand is introducing an all-new 8-series along with a refresh of both its 5- and 6-series as well. Most of TCL’s latest releases will include Roku functionality, which has become a staple of the brand over the years. Head below for additional details about each model and what you can expect from TCL’s 2019 TV lineup.

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Toshiba 43-inch 1080p HDTV Fire TV Edition returns to all-time low at $180

As one of its early Prime Deals of the Day, Amazon is offering Prime members the Toshiba 43-inch 1080p Smart TV with Fire OS for $179.99 shipped. As a comparison, it typically goes for $300 with today’s deal being a match of the best we’ve seen at Amazon. Today’s offer is part of Amazon’s early Prime Day deals, which were announced this morning. Toshiba’s 43-inch display sports 1080p resolutions and three HDMI inputs. With built-in Fire TV OS support, you’ll be able to stream all of your favorite TV shows, movies and more. Over 4,600 Amazon reviewers have left a 4.1/5 star rating.

Amazon & Best Buy bring Dolby Vision to Toshiba Fire TV Edition from $320

Around this time last year, Amazon, Toshiba, and Best Buy all teamed up to launch the Fire TV Edition. Offering Amazon’s Fire TV built-in, these TVs also brought 4K and HDR10 into the mix for a great experience out of the box. The only thing these TVs lacked was Dolby Vision, but that’s been fixed in the latest Toshiba Fire TV Editions. Today, Amazon announced a 43-inch, 50-inch, and 55-inch Toshiba Fire TV Editions available exclusively through Best Buy with prices starting at $320.

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Walmart’s ONN TV brand offers budget-friendly prices, including a 65-inch 4K model for under $500

If you’re still using a 1080p TV or maybe a smaller 4K unit, upgrading might seem daunting. While some 65-inch 4K TVs can be quite expensive, Walmart aims to bring 4K to the masses with its new ONN brand. Walmart isn’t just focusing on 4K here, the shopping mega giant has its hands in multiple areas from 24-inch 720p displays all the way to 65-inch 4K. Keep reading to find out more.

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Best March Madness TVs for any budget

March Madness is here with college conference tournaments well underway and the NCAA tournament kicking off in just a few days. But before you settle in on the couch, it’s time to examine your current home theater setup. If you’re rocking a budget TV, which often suffers from poor resolution or refresh rates, it’s a good idea to consider upgrading. The same goes for any TV that’s pushes 720p resolution at this point. Trust me, you’ll want to see Zion Williamson in glamorous 4K this year. Head below for the best March Madness TVs for any budget.

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Here are the best Super Bowl TVs from $200: 4K, smart, budget-friendly, more

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There are multiple reasons to pick up a new TV before the Super Bowl. The obvious one is to have the best viewing experience, but an additional perk is that you can typically lock-in some additional savings before the big game. With loads of options out there, it can be confusing which one is right for you. This guide provides a look at the best models at various price points so you can quickly find the perfect fit for your home.

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Samsung’s insane QLED 8K TVs are now up for pre-order starting at $5,000 for 65”

While 4K is finally becoming mainstream enough that it’s affordable for the masses, 8K is on the horizon. Today at CES 2019, Samsung announced its latest QLED 8K TVs with sizes ranging from 65-inches to 85-inches.

Samsung’s latest 8K TVs features Quantum Processors, Quantum HDR 32x, and 8K AI Upscaling. This means that no matter what you send to your TV, it’s going to be upscaled as best possible for the highest-quality experience Samsung can provide.

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Today only, save $50+ on a TCL 43″ 4K Roku TV at $208 or Samsung 50″ UHDTV for $290

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Electronic Express (99% positive feedback) via Rakuten is offering the TCL 43S405 43-inch 4K Roku Smart LED TV for $207.99 shipped when coupon code SAVE20 has been applied during checkout. Note: You will need to be logged in to a free Rakuten account to use this code. That’s $52 off the going rate found at retailers like Best Buy and beats the lowest price we have tracked by $22. I own several of TCL’s Roku TVs and love having features like automatically booting to a specific input and full support for HDMI-CEC. Inputs include 3 HDMI 2.0, 1 USB, 1 Ethernet, and more. Rated 4.2/5 stars.

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Best of Black Friday 2018 – TVs: 4K from $130, doorbusters, LG, Samsung, more

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With Black Friday right around the corner, now the best time of the year to upgrade or add gear around your home for shockingly low prices. Here at 9to5Toys we’ve posted a plethora of Black Friday guides to give you quick access to ads, tips, and our top picks.

This guide aims to help you cut through all of the marketing and get straight to the best TV deals out there. So whether you’re looking to give an aging panel an upgrade, pick one up for another room, or simply bump up to a larger size, this is a great place to quickly and easily spot the perfect option for you.

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Samsung’s incredible 8K TV is now available for pre-order w/ $15,000 price tag

Earlier this year Samsung announced that it would be selling “the world’s first” consumer-focused 8K TV. Well, consumers that can afford a $15,000 display. Samsung has been working on this release for some time. While you won’t expect to see 8K content any time soon, there is a substantial amount of tech packed in here that promises a next-level viewing experience. The Samsung Q900R not only delivers ultra high-resolution capabilities, but the panel is 85-inches in size. That makes it easily one of the largest TVs out there and you can now put one in your living room.

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Caavo wants its Control Center to be the central 4K HDR smart hub of your home theater

When it comes to a full-blown home theater setup, things can get a little confusing. There are multiple remotes for the DVR, TV, Blu-ray player, and A/V receiver. You have Apple TV, Xbox, and your cable provider’s boxes to switch through. This can be a pain if you’re looking for new content to watch.

Caavo is trying to change that with its Control Center. This central smart home theater hub sports 4 HDMI inputs, Alexa/Assistant integration, and a unique interface that could help simplify your home theater lifestyle.

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Logitech’s upcoming K600 Keyboard aims to make smart TV navigation less painful

Ever since consumers began cutting the cord, companies have been scrambling to come up with all kinds of devices that make it simple to stream content on your TV. Roku is one of the most popular, offering a range of devices like its Express, Streaming Stick, Ultra, and more recently TVs with Roku built-in. Building TVs with smart technology is something that is not new though, considering that companies like Samsung, Sony, and LG have been doing it for quite some time. These companies typically use their own proprietary software which can quite often lead to a frustrating user experience due to a lack of polish that makes navigation feel far from simple. With Logitech’s upcoming K600 TV Keyboard, the company aims to provide consumers with a better user experience.

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Hisense unveils two laser TVs that can beam 4K onto screens ranging from 88- to 120-inches

Ever since Hisense announced its $10,000 laser TV, the company has been working to expand its lineup to offer additional options to its customers. Just a few months back, Hisense released its $3,000 L5 laser TV, but we have not heard if that model will be making its way to the United States. Today’s announcement of two more laser TVs from the company gives us hope that we will start seeing laser TVs on display at stores and in homes willing to pay a premium to have the latest-and-greatest tech.

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Sony’s new 4K TVs feature ‘its Pinnacle of Picture Quality’ and Netflix Calibrated Mode

Just when you think you have the TV situation figured out in your home, Sony has announced four new UHDTVs that all pack quite a punch. The company wasn’t shy about this release, touting that the new sets were developed with the focus of bringing its ‘long history and expertise developing professional cameras and monitors’ to televisions. Aside from brand, these sets stand out from the competition with features like a Netflix Calibrated Mode, compatibility with CalMAN’s professional-grade display calibration software, a built-in 3.2 channel sound system, and more. With the name MASTER Series, Sony paints a very clear picture that it plans for this tech to lead the charge in its TV product line-up.

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LG’s much-anticipated B8 OLED 4K TVs w/ Google Assistant are now available

Originally detailed back a CES 2018, LG’s B8 OLED 4K TV was slated to be a much-anticipated release this year. Priced from $2,300, it’s one of the most affordable OLED offerings from LG in recent memory. Well, after much anticipation, this Google Assistant-equipped TV is finally available for purchase. Even better? It’s getting a launch day discount. More details below.

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Toshiba/Amazon 4K UHD Fire TV Editions are now on sale, prices start at $330 shipped

When it comes to smart TVs, good interfaces are few and far between for built-in options. Most first-party smart interfaces are cumbersome and clumsy to navigate, stop getting updates shortly after the TV is released, and just don’t work well period.

If you’re lucky enough for your TV to support Google Cast, then that’s a bonus, but you have to use a phone, tablet, or computer in order to project content to the big screen. The other option is to plug an Apple TV, Chromecast, Android TV, or Fire TV into your setup and let that handle the content delivery. Amazon wants to change that and recently teamed up with Best Buy and Toshiba to announce the Fire TV Edition, available now.

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Add these HDTV or UHDTVs to your home for Memorial Day parties from $100 shipped

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As part of its Memorial Day Sale, Best Buy is currently offering several notable TV deals. Our favorite from the sale is TCL’s 65-inch 4K Roku-enabled Smart UHDTV for $629.99 shipped. Normally $700, this is one of the best prices we’ve tracked recently on TCL’s 65-inch 4K UHDTV. Ratings are thin here, but TCL is well-rated at both Best Buy and Amazon.

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TCL’s new 4K Roku-enabled HDR TVs are wildly-affordable, available today at Amazon

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TCL has become a force to be reckoned with in the mid-range TV space. After slowly building up an impressive inventory over recent years, it’s shown that its offerings are well worth consideration. We first caught wind of TCL’s 2018 plans back at CES in Las Vegas and today we’re getting a full look at pricing and specs. The new 4K HDR 6-series lineup is available at Amazon today with an impressive price point, that we’re certain will make consumers think twice next time they buy a new TV.

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Bang & Olufsen team up with LG to launch a 4K OLED TV w/ a 450W soundbar built-in

Bang & Olufsen is known for its high-end audio experience. However, the company recently decided to team up with LG to provide a truly unique cinematic experience that you can bring right into the living room. The BeoVision Eclipse Wood Edition is a uniquely designed 4K HDR OLED TV that features the “world’s best TV sound.”

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VIZIO announces Alexa Skill for its SmartCast TV lineup

VIZIO makes tons of TVs. I actually have 5 VIZIO TVs in my home, believe it or not. Offerings from VIZIO pack great TV panels at prices that won’t break your budget. Vizio offers several different TV lines, depending on the features you want.

Since 2016, VIZIO TVs have shipped with SmartCast, a custom TV interface to help you interact with Internet-enabled features. Up until now, you’ve needed either the included remote or a smartphone/tablet to control a SmartCast enabled VIZIO TV. Starting today, however, that’s changing.

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Best Super Bowl 2018 Ultra HDTVs from under $500

From $500

Super Bowl LII is set to kick off on February 4th, 2018 and while the teams are set, your home theater may not be. With over a week until the big game, there’s still plenty of time to upgrade your TV to the latest technology. Over the last year, some of the biggest manufacturers have unleashed new technology with 4K, HDR and Dolby Atmos offering more immersive experiences than ever before.

We’ve rounded up some of our top picks for Super Bowl LII from LG, VIZIO, Samsung and others to fit any budget. Head below for our top picks, and more.

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Sony’s 65-inch 4K Smart UHDTV hits $1,498 w/ free Google Home, more from $650

from $650

Update 1/15: PC Richard & Son offers the Samsung MU6300 Series 55-inch LED 4K Smart TV for $449.97 shipped (Reg. $800). Rated 4.7/5 stars from Best Buy customers.

B&H offers the Sony 65-inch 4K Smart Ultra HDTV for $1,498 shipped. Better yet, B&H is throwing in a free Google Home. Originally $2,000, this TV usually goes for around $1,800 these days. This offer is matched at most online retailers like Amazon minus the included Google Home. Features include HR10 support, 120Hz refresh rate, smart functionality and four HDMI inputs. Rated 4.2/5 stars.

We also spotted the Element 65-inch 4K Smart Ultra HDTV with built-in Fire OS for $650 shipped at Amazon. Regularly $900, today’s offer is a new Amazon all-time low. Features include a 60Hz refresh rate, Fire OS support, four HDMI inputs and built-in Alexa functionality. Rated 3.6/5 stars.

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LG details impressive 88-inch 8K OLED display ahead of CES 2018

CES 2018 is just around the corner and many of the top brands and manufacturers will descend on Las Vegas to unveil this year’s hottest tech. LG is already stepping out with details on its upcoming 8K OLED display. While 4K and HDR have both enjoyed more mainstream adoption in the last 12-months – thanks to impressive Black Friday discounts, particularly – the next generation is already starting to develop.

LG plans on introducing a monster 88-inch 8K OLED display at CES next week, which will be both impractical and expensive. Just don’t expect to see 8K content coming anytime soon. You’ll find more details on LG’s upcoming CES announcement after the break.

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Samsung intros new 2-inch sound bar w/ built-in subwoofer ahead of CES 2018

While many of us are focused on last-minute gifts and some well-deserved time off over the holidays, most tech company’s are doing nothing of the sort. With CES 2018 just around the corner now, we are already starting to see new gear from some major players. One of the first out of the gate this year is Samsung with its new sound bar.

While we are certainly expecting to hear a lot more from Samsung at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the impressively slim design and built-in technologies the new NW700 Sound+ sports has us intrigued.

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