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Hurry! 40-inch TCL TV still discounted to $160 for Black Friday

The Best Buy Black Friday deals haven’t slowed down yet. From blenders to smart TVs, the retailer isn’t showing signs of slowing down discounts any time soon. They’ve even kept the TCL 40-inch Class 3-Series Full HD Smart Android TV on sale for $160 — a healthy and tempting $40 discount on a wildly popular product.

A discount on any smart TV is noteworthy, and especially one that’s already available for such an affordable price. Although it’s not the most high-tech or high-resolution TV on the market, it’s still a relatively big smart TV from a fast and reliable retailer. But, like all Black Friday deals, it’s destined to expire soon, so you’ll want to act fast and buy now while it stays at such a cheap price.

The TCL 40-inch Smart Android TV comes with single-band Wi-Fi for a fast and dependable network connection that requires no unnecessary fuss. The Smart TV includes built-in access to streaming services to watch your favorite movies and shows, play your favorite games, or just search the web. It also has Bluetooth wireless connectivity to expand your entertainment options by wirelessly streaming music to your phone, headphones, or a soundbar through Bluetooth. Plus, the Google Assistant feature simplifies browsing and streaming with its voice-control capabilities that make for hands-free entertainment. The resolution isn’t bad for the size, either, with Full HD available to watch any content with the remarkable clarity, color, and contrast of 1080p resolution. The TV even comes equipped with Chromecast, which allows you to easily cast any movies, shows, photos, or videos onto the screen from your phone, tablet, laptop, or other external device.

Luckily, this is one among many other Black Friday TV deals that still remain. If you like the TCL 40-inch Smart Android TV but want something a tad more advanced, you should also consider the TCL 43-inch Class 4 Series 4K UHD Smart Roku TV. A bit larger in size and definitely more advanced in technology, it’s available for just $220 with a $10 Black Friday discount at Best Buy. It delivers stunning 4K picture quality with four times the resolution of Full HD and uses the user-friendly Roku interface to make streaming your favorite content that much simpler.

More smart TV deals available now

As the Black Friday sales event winds down, you won’t want to miss out on the remaining discounts at Best Buy and beyond. Keep an eye on the Black Friday deals to save on some of your favorite products today.

75-inch Sony Z8H 8K TV

$4,000 $5,000
For a truly stunning experience for watching movies and playing games, this Sony TV has an X1 ultimate processor for upscaling content and a speaker integrated into the frame itself.
Enjoy magnificent visuals no matter the viewing angle and equally immersive audio from Dolby Atmos which emulates a surround sound field. Especially in Game Mode, making this ideal for gaming setups.
Hurry! Limited time deal!
A rare chance to get a huge discount on a massive 77-inch 4K OLED TV. Sony's picture quality is beyond compare and the Android TV software makes streaming your favorite content effortless.
For gorgeous TVs with the latest technology, the LG brand is always a good choice. This 43-inch LED model has 4K resolution and support for smart features and voice assistants.
The Sony A8H uses the same processor as Sony's 8K TVs so this 4K TV has the power to deliver the best color, brightness, and overall picture quality possible. For those who wish they could afford 8K.
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