Need guidance at a glance? These are our favorite TV deals from Walmart, Best Buy, Dell, and Amazon as of Feb. 5:
We’ll never know for sure if Punxsutawney Phil’s shadow can be trusted. But he did predict six more weeks of winter, and there happens to be a beefy polar vortex with its eye on the U.S.
With the Golden Globes coming up on Feb. 28, this is the perfect time to hole up on your cozy couch for a few days and cross the must-see noms off your list. Give them the theatre experience they deserve by watching them in UHD.
Here are our weekend favorite TV deals from Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy, and Dell, organized by brand, then size, then price:
Samsung’s newest 6 Series TVs are solid performers and outshine the brand’s budget TVs from the past few years. Samsung’s Crystal Display really packs a punch, here (especially on a screen this huge): a powerful take on budget-friendly viewing quality that fine-tunes content to the sharpest 4K detail possible. HDR+ is also available.
The NanoCell TVs normally strapped with $50 discounts are getting special treatment this weekend. This particular mammoth model is seeing one of the best price slashes — making it the only 75-inch NanoCell under $1,000 at Best Buy right now. Since 2017, LG’s NanoCell TVs have been a solid choice that we keep coming back to. The technology builds on LCD and LED by deploying particles to soak up light and boost color saturation, while still staying out of the QLED price range.
OUR TOP PICK: Sony 43-inch X800H Series 4K UHD Smart TV (XBR43X800H) — $448 (save $151.99)
The garage or kitchen TV doesn’t have to be a hand-me-down from 2012. Consider upgrading your small-space TV to a 43-inch version of Sony’s stellar X800H. When you’re already squinting due to a squished screen, Sony’s 4K HDR processor X1 works with Dolby Vision to upscale details and textures to make each scene as natural yet vivid to your eye as possible.
Hisense, Vizio, and more:
Budget QLEDs were a big theme in the 2020 TV market, and we’re really seeing it come to fruition with this stellar deal from RCA. A 65-inch TV for less than $500 is notable even when it’s just traditional LED — but RCA has managed to pack quantum dot nanocrystal technology and 100% color volume into a package that the average household can still afford.
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