If streaming issues related to the Super Bowl have finally convinced you it’s time to upgrade your entertainment system, you’re in luck. You can purchase a TCL 50-inch, 1080p Roku Smart LED TV today, and score more than $200 in savings. This smart TV normally retails for $600 but is currently marked down on Amazon to only $380, giving you a full 37 percent ($220) discount.
The 50-inch model features a customizable home screen that can provide instant access to more than 3,000 streaming channels filled with over 200,000 movies and TV episodes, cable TV, gaming consoles, and other devices. The 1080p smart TV has a 60Hz native refresh rate with a 120Hz effective clear motion processing for cleaner high-speed sports and actions scenes. Three HDMI inputs allow for multiple outboard devices, but you won’t need a streaming set-top box, because all of that functionality is built right in.
The TV itself has a sleek, black modern design and comes with an included quad pedestal stand, although it can be mounted on the wall as well.
The smart TV is designed to make things easier, from the personalized home screen to the super-simple Roku TV remote that features just 20 buttons. Seamlessly use the casting feature to send photos, videos, and music from your smartphone or tablet to the TV, or cast movies and web videos to the TV using Netflix and YouTube mobile apps. You can also download and setup the Roku Mobile App to make searching easier than ever. The app acts as a remote that allows you to browse, add new channels, and search across top streaming channels all from one central place. To make searching even easier, go hands-free and search using voice controls.
This TCL 50-Inch 1080p Roku Smart LED TV is currently available on Amazon for $380 for a limited time only.
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