There are lots of chances to upgrade to a QLED TV for cheap this weekend
Need guidance at a glance? These are our favorite TV deals from Walmart, Best Buy, Dell, and Amazon as of April 9:
There are two ways to ways to spend your time during Earth Month to prepare for Earth Day on April 22. 1: Go outside. Obviously. 2: Binge-watch every David Attenborough docuseries you can get your hands on.
Most of the BBC Earth series like Planet Earth II and A Perfect Planet can be found on Discovery+, while Netflix’s Attenborough collab Life in Color will be available to stream on Earth Day. No matter how many times you’ve seen each episode, the level of detail and clarity captured is infinitely mind-blowing.
4K HDR splashed across a big screen is the only way to absorb such exquisite footage. This week’s TV deals offer an upgrade model for every budget, including some affordable QLED models.
Leftovers from Samsung’s Discover Spring Event last week are lurking in every corner. Anyone looking to upgrade from their four-year-old bottom-tier 4K to QLED can do so without breaking the bank. This particular discount bring’s Samsung’s entry-level QLED (75 inches, no less) down to just over $1,000.
It’s not rare to see discounts on the NanoCell line, but it is rare for those discounts to top $100 off. 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. This one stretches that beautiful upscaled quality across 75 inches — so if you’re still viewing on a 55-inch, the price to size up ain’t half bad.
The X750H kicks off Sony’s stellar mid-range line of 4K TVs. Going with a bigger display like this one could help mitigate its shallow viewing angles — compared to its pricier siblings, at least. However, it is armed with the same processor and 4K X-Reality PRO database as the X800H and X900H, using an algorithm to upscale all content to as-close-to-4K as possible. Sony’s Triluminous display seals the deal.
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OUR TOP PICK: TCL 55-inch 5-Series QLED 4K Smart TV (55S535) — $478 (save $221.99)
The chance to upgrade to QLED (on a 55-inch display, no less) for less than $500 is a prime example of just how mainstream this once-elusive technology has become. The 5 Series is the entry-level tier of the bunch and doesn’t have the same brightness as the 6-Series or 8-Series. But for the price, it’s a solid budget QLED with punchy colors and built-in Roku.