When you take a minute to think about it, it's wild how much TV you can get for your money anymore. If you're out for a 4K set that doesn't take up an entire wall, we've got a great deal for you: today only, Best Buy's got a 43-inch Insignia Fire TV for 240 bucks, 20 percent cheaper than usual. Read More
Hopefully you won't be hosting a Super Bowl party this year, but if you want an absolutely gigantic TV to watch it on anyway, Best Buy's got a deal for you. Today, you can nab an 85-inch Hisense Android TV for $1,000, $400 off its normal street price. Read More
When it comes to high-end televisions, Sony arguably rules the roost — the Android TV-running X950G lineup is a popular choice amongst average and expert consumers alike. If you've had your eye out for a Sony 4K TV, two models of the 2019 lineup are currently on sale — the 55" and 65" variants of the X950G, and the 75" variant of the X900F. Read More
TV manufacturers usually launch new models in March and April, so you can get some great clearance deals in the preceding months. Today, we have a 49" 4K LED TV from Hisense (HIS49H6E) selling for $220 at Walmart stores. Unlike some previous Walmart deals, you can order this online with free shipping or in-store pickup. Read More
With the Super Bowl right around the corner, there seem to be TVs on sale everywhere — I suspect brands don't want you to miss their astronomically expensive beer commercials. Today we spotted a good deal on two 49-inch Roku TVs from TCL: $200 for a 1080p and $280 for a 4K version. Read More
While it's hardly taking the world by storm, it looks like Android TV is gaining enough of a footing that there are now high-end televisions equipped with Google's entertainment OS being discounted on a regular basis. (Of course, that might simply indicate that no one is buying them. Either way, it means low prices for us.) Today's television deal comes from Sharp, and it's a big-un: the LC-70UE30U, a 70-inch, 4K smart TV. Buydig's eBay outlet has a new model on sale for $1599.99, a solid $200 off of the price for most remaining new stock.
The LC-70UE30U includes Android TV running on a quad-core processor of unknown origin (though I'm betting it's one of Qualcomm's inexpensive SoC systems). Read More