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This 50-inch 4K TV is a no-brainer at just $200 for Cyber Monday


A 50-inch 4K TV for $200? Yup, that’s all thanks to the Walmart Cyber Monday TV deals out there right now. If you’re on a fixed budget but really want a 4K TV, this is the one for you. It lacks smart TV functionality but that’s a small price to pay in order to, well, pay a small price.

The $200 TV in question is the Spectre 50-inch 4K TV. Ordinarily priced at $280, it’s $80 off making it just $200 right now. It’s the kind of price we could only dream of not that long ago when it comes to 4K TVs, and it’s certainly worth snapping up if you’re in need of something cheap.

As you’d expect from a 4K TV, the Spectre 50-inch 4K TV can play 4K blu-rays and is an ideal match for your 4K-enabled games console. It doesn’t offer any upscaling of non-4K content but that’s just the ideal excuse to make sure you upgrade your Blu-ray collection to something 4K-flavored sooner rather than later.

There’s also the small matter of the Spectre 50-inch 4K TV not being smart. That’s no big deal if you already have other technology like streaming devices or a games console (and we know all about the best streaming devices) but it’s something to bear in mind. Fortunately, given you’re probably going to need to plug in an extra device, the Spectre 50-inch 4K TV offers 3 HDMI sockets giving you plenty of room for your chosen streaming device.

While the Spectre 50-inch 4K TV keeps its looks simple, it also has a swivel base which is useful if you need to rotate your viewing angle a little.

We can’t see you being able to buy a 50-inch 4K TV for less than this but if you’ve decided to expand your budget a little further, check out all the other great Cyber Monday TV deals that we’ve tracked down for you. There’s sure to be something that’s ideal for you.

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If you want to check out even more deals, we’ve got all the best Cyber Monday deals lined up and ready for you to check out in a nice and easy-to-read format. There’s sure to be something to grab your interest here.

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65-inch Sony Master Series A9G OLED 4K TV

$2,498 $3,000
The Sony Master Series A9G is a no-brainer for anyone who can afford it, so much so we named it the best television on the market. Period. Android TV? Check. 4K HDR? Check. Google Assistant? Check.
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75-inch LG NanoCell 99 Series 8K TV

$3,997 $4,997
This LG 8K NanoCell TV meets the industry definition for 8K resolution. It's 4 times the resolution of 4K, complete with the natural, lifelike color of Nano Color.
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65-Inch Sony Class A8H Series OLED 4K UHD Smart Android TV (XBR65A8H)

$2,500 $2,800
The Sony A8H series ensures magnificent visuals no matter the viewing angle. It also has the Dolby Atmos which emulates a surround sound field for an immersive watching experience.
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55-inch TCL 4-Series 4K TV

$320 $330
A deal this good on a TCL 4K HDR Roku TV is going to be hard to beat, even on Black Friday. A superbly simple interface and great image quality make this an exceptional value.
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77-inch LG CX 4K OLED TV with soundbar and installation

$3,894 $5,894
If you're after a brand new TV but you don't fancy the challenge of hanging it yourself, this bundle offers a top of the line LG 4K OLED TV plus installation and a soundbar all in one.
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65-inch Samsung Q70T OLED 4K TV

$1,100 $1,300
This 65-inch model is the ideal size for most living rooms, with a quantum processor for upscaling your content to 4K and an ambient mode which helps it blend into your room when not in use.
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