Super UHDTV Stories April 15, 2016


Samsung has long been considered the cream of the crop when it comes to HDTVs. Although LG has recently made a run at the crown with its beautiful OLED displays. This week, Samsung introduced its new lineup of Super Ultra HDTVs with a focus on even slimmer designs that includes the “world’s first bezel-less curved” model

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expiredSamsung 55-inch 4K 120Hz Smart UHDTVs: $1,199 (Reg. $1,500), 3D $1,375 (Reg. $1,800)

Adorama’s Official eBay Store is discounting a pair of Samsung 4K Super Ultra HDTVs this morning. If you’re ready to make the jump to high resolution content, these deals are worth checking out.

First up, you can grab the Samsung 55-inch 4K 3D 240CMR Smart LED UHDTV (UN55JS8500) for $1,199 shipped. That’s good for $1,100 off the original listing, down $283 from Amazon, $50 off our previous mention and the best available.

This Samsung UHDTV features 4K resolution, a 120Hz native refresh rate (240CMR), built-in Wi-Fi for smart functionality and access to popular streaming services like Netflix, Hulu Plus and more. There are four HDMI inputs and three USB ports on this model. This UHDTV is rated 4.4/5 stars by 432 Amazon customers.

Next, Samsung’s 55-inch 4K 3D Curved 240CMR Smart LED UHDTV (UN55JS9000) is on sale for $1,375 shipped. For comparison, it had an original list price of $4,998 but typically sells $1,800 or more at online retailers like Amazon. Today’s deal is $75 less than our previous mention and the best available.

The Samsung UN55JS9000 has a 55-inch curved display capable of reproducing 4K and 3D content. It has a 240CMR refresh rate (120Hz native), built-in Wi-Fi for smart functionality plus four HDMI inputs. Rated 4.4/5 stars by 117 Amazon customers.

Super UHDTV Stories March 11, 2016


Back at CES 2016, LG first teased its upcoming line of Super UHDTVs but failed to give much detail in terms of price. While we knew that a whopping 98-inch model was on the horizon, little information was available on models most likely to catch the eye of consumers. Today, LG has followed up with full disclosure on its upcoming HDR-enabled TVs. Head below for more.

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