Have enough space for a 65-inch television and a credit card with at least $60 on it? Best flip it over to the numbered side, because Walmart has 4K TVs money can buy.the TCL 5-Series — one of the most well-rounded
The reduction sees the 5-Series listed on the retailer’s website for $600. That’s a mountainous drop from the usual $1,200, but it’s still a touch too expensive to earn budget status. As such, financing could be required to make it a bit more digestible.
You won’t have to go traipsing all over the internet to find a credit provider to loan you the money, though. You can split the cost over twelve months through Walmart itself, with $120 worth of interest and sales tax thrown in, at just $60 per month.
Now, let’s talk TCL. Once a brand with a reputation for scraping low-end slop off its production line and into tattered boxes, the manufacturer has evolved into a top-tier maker competing with the likes of LG and Samsung to evolve the market as a whole.
The firm’s success has been credited to a longstanding partnership with streaming giant Roku that sees Roku OS bundled on its latest TVs, including the 65-inch 5-Series on offer. Pair that with a 4K screen and multi-format HDR and you have a winner.
But wait, there’s more. The TCL 5-Series is also armed with Roku’s voice control feature. It isn’t quite as advanced as Google Assistant in the sense that it can’t control smart-connected accessories, but it does do what counts: Track down content.
Just ask it to locate a movie or show (Designated Survivor, for example) and it will search through Roku’s extensive catalog of on-demand streaming services, like Hulu and Netflix, letting you tune in as soon as it finds it — no streaming stick needed.
We don’t say this all that often, but this is a deal we’d urge you to take advantage of. You won’t find a better big-brand 4K TV at the same price. With that in mind, you’ll need to act fast to bag one on the cheap as Walmart is burning through stock.
Need something a little smaller and cheaper? There’s a 50-inch Vizio 4K TV on sale for just $260. If that’s not quite what you’re after, we invite you to take a look at our list of the best Amazon Prime TV deals and the best 4K TVs on offer right now.
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