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Best Buy Ultra High Definition Tv


The best Roku TV we've tested is the TCL 6 Series/R655 2022 QLED. It's an impressive TV overall, with fantastic contrast and a decent Mini LED local dimming feature that helps improve the appearance of dark scenes. It has an impressive color gamut in HDR and great color volume thanks to its high peak brightness, so colors in HDR look vibrant and life-life. Bright highlights stand out incredibly well, and it tracks the PQ EOTF properly, ensuring HDR content is displayed the way the content creator intended.




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If you want to future-proof your next TV, the TCL 6 Series/R648 2021 8k QLED is the best 8k Roku TV we've tested. It's a great TV with excellent contrast and a decent full array local dimming feature, resulting in deep blacks in a dark room. The high peak brightness helps it deliver an impressive HDR experience, as bright highlights stand out from the background. It also respects the content creator's intent, as it follows the PQ EOTF well and has great tone mapping in HDR. It has an excellent wide color gamut and good color volume, so HDR content looks incredibly vivid and lifelike.


Element 29" 1080p LCD HDTV for $79 at TargetNot everyone has the space for a massive living room TV. If you're in the market for a smaller set, Target has your back. It's offering this 29" Element for just $79. It's the cheapest 29" TV we've ever listed, $20 cheaper than our prediction for 32" sets, and it beats all 29" LCD TV deals we've seen this year by $51. Props to Target for offering a 1080p set when they could have cut corners and offered a 720p HDTV at this price instead.32" LED LCD HDTV for $100 at Kohl'sThere are a lot of details missing on this Kohl's deal, but assuming it's a 1080p set, it's just a buck shy of our Black Friday prediction for 32" 1080p HDTVs. Sure, the aforementioned Element costs $79, but for just $21 more you get a proper 32" screen. Even if we later learn this TV maxes out at 720p resolution, it's still within $2 of last Black Friday's low for a 32" off-brand 720p LCD HDTV.Element 40" 1080p LCD HDTV for $119 at TargetTarget is breathing new life into the 40" to 42" TV category. Not only does this deal destroy ourBlack Friday prediction for TVs in this size category by $59, but it's just $9 away from tying last year's best Black Friday price for a 32" TV. This is easily the star of Target's Black Friday ad and a strong contender for best HDTV deal of all-time. It even beats Best Buy's attempt, a 40" Insignia 1080p LCD HDTV at $180.Seiki 40" 1080p LED LCD HDTV for $178 at hhgreggThis 40" TV isn't the cheapest HDTV we've seen in this size category; that honor goes to the above 40" Element 1080p LED LCD HDTV at $119. However, $178 is still a very respectable and hard-to-find price (we've only seen it once and that was during Black Friday 2013). Moreover, this is a WiFi-based Smart TV with support for app streaming, a rare feature for most budget TVs and even less common for TVs in this price range.Panasonic 50" TC-50A400U 1080p LED LCD HDTV for $200 at Best BuyBest Buy isn't going to let Target steal its thunder. The electronics retailer is offering this 2014 50" Panasonic 1080p LCD HDTV for just $200. To put things in perspective, last Black Friday's best TV deal offered a 40" 1080p Element for $178 (via Walmart). This year you're getting a 50" Panasonic for $200. This deal even beats Target's 48" Westinghouse 1080p LCD HDTV at $235 and Sam's Club's Sanyo FVD48P4 48" 1080p LED LCD HDTV for $298; both of which were deals we were excited about less than 24 hours ago. And if you're wondering what this Panasonic normally costs, well, this deal takes 53% off the normal "deal price" of the 50" A400U. A true doorbuster and another strong contender for best HDTV deal of the year.Westinghouse 48" 1080p LCD HDTV for $235 at TargetThis 48" Westinghouse undercuts every 46" to 47" TV deal we've seen, including our ownprediction by a whopping $64.LG 60" 1080p Plasma HDTV for $488 at hhgreggLG may be calling it quits on plasma, but hhgregg is making sure these TVs go out on a high note. It's offering the LG 60" PB5600 (a 2014 model) for $488. That blows away our prediction for 60" plasmas by $71 and makes it the cheapest 60" 1080p plasma we've ever seen trumping Black Friday 2013's price low for this category by an impressive $161.Element 60" 1080p LED LCD HDTV for $498 at Walmart


On Thanksgiving, the website said the best pick for TV doorbusters will be a Toshiba 43-inch ultra-high-definition television for $129.99 at Best Buy. For the best deal on "Call of Duty Black Ops 4," Walmart has it at $39.


Sunday's showdown between the Bears and Indianapolis Colts is amplifying a high-definition TV buying frenzy that already was under way thanks to a 20 percent to 30 percent drop in prices from a year ago and heavy promotions by retailers and manufacturers. 041b061a72


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