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No one should have to guess what’s going on in that dark scene of The Handmaid’s Tale. Since 2020, TV manufacturers have been pumping out large, affordable 4K panels at a wicked fast pace — which means watching your favorite content with punchy colors, decipherable shadows, and smooth transitions doesn’t have to be reserved for the movie theater. Each weekend, we’ll be compiling a list of our favorite 4K and QLED TV deals from Samsung, LG, Sony, and more.
OUR TOP PICK: Samsung 85-inch Q60A QLED 4K Smart TV (QN85Q60AAFXZA) — $2,197.99 (save $600 through a $600 Amazon credit)
Officially, this gigantic 2021 Samsung QLED TV has never dropped below its list price of $2,797.99 at Amazon. But buying it can still save you a serious wad of cash. Instead of straightforward price cut, Amazon will toss a $600 credit in (just use code HVTQORPEW66C) that can be used on future Amazon purchases.
In a roundabout way, that’s over 20% off one of Samsung’s newest QLED creations with some of its juiciest colors and brightest HDR to date.
OUR TOP PICK: LG 65-inch 2021 Nano80 Series 4K LED Smart TV (65NANO80UPA) — $969.99 (save $130)
🚨Save an extra $30 on top of last week’s $100 discount🚨
LG builds on its NanoCell tech, which concentrates on color depth through an extra light filter, in an upgraded line of mid-range 4K TVs for 2021. For the price, the Nano80 series offers impressive viewing angles and crisp active HDR for an experience customized to whatever you’re watching.
OUR TOP PICK: Sony 55-inch X90J Series 4K LED Smart TV (XR55X90J) — $1,298 (save $201.99)
Another 2021 Sony model in the sale spotlight: Despite a mere one number difference in the model numbers, the Sony X90J is a completely different TV from the budget X80J. Its VA panel supplies heightened contrast ratios versus the X80J’s IPS panel, plus full array local dimming for deepened black shades.
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OUR TOP PICK: Toshiba 2021 43-inch C350 Series 4K UHD Smart Fire TV (43C350KU) — $269.99 (save $100)
One of the latest entries in the smart-TV-but-actually-a-Fire-TV family is the Toshiba C350. Brightness and color are the only obvious upgrades over the 2020 models, but it’s a nice view with Dolby Vision for the budget-conscious. The Fire TV interface still doesn’t play nicely with Peacock, but casting is easier now that Amazon has given the green light to AirPlay 2 and Apple HomeKit on this model.