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This 50-inch 4K TV is an absolute steal at only $200 at Walmart

Most of the recommended 4K TVs are manufactured by the mainstream brands such as LG, Samsung, and Sony, but this deal for a 50-inch 4K TV by lesser-known Sceptre may be too good to pass up even though Black Friday is just around the corner. From its original price of $280, the Sceptre U515CV-U is being offered with an $80 discount on Walmart to bring its price down to $200.

The Sceptre U515CV-U features a 4K Ultra HD display that offers four times the number of pixels as a Full HD display, for more vivid colors and striking brilliance. The TV’s 50-inch screen transforms your favorite TV shows, movies, and video games into immersive experiences that will make it hard to go back to a smaller screen.

To keep the 4K TV’s price down, Sceptre didn’t include Android TV, which enables apps such as streaming services to run on the TV out of the box. Fortunately, there are options to enable Netflix, Disney+, and the like on this 4K TV, such as the various Roku devices that you can connect to it. There is a Roku device for every home and every budget, starting from the $30 Roku Express.


To take advantage of the Sceptre U515CV-U’s 4K capabilities, however, you would want to shell out at least for the the Roku Streaming Stick+, which enables full 4K resolution streaming with HDR support and Dolby Atmos pass-through.

The Sceptre U515CV-U is not as feature-packed as the high-end models of the top manufacturers, but it will be tough to find a 50-inch 4K TV for its price. It has its limitations as it’s not a smart TV, but there are many workarounds that will not set you back too much, and you’ll still wind up saving compared to purchasing a more expensive 4K TV in the first place. Sceptre’s 50-inch 4K TV is currently being sold on Walmart for only $200, which is $80 off of its original price of $280, and with no certainty that you can get a better deal on Black Friday, you might want to click on the Buy Now button before the offer is taken off the table.

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