Not all that long ago, a 65-inch 4K TV would have set you back somewhere in the region of $1,500. Fortunately, time has worn down the price of such large, high-resolution televisions. Just look at the Samsung NU6900. Practically a newborn, it has a sticker price of only $798. Better yet, it’s for just $548 ($54 per month if you opt to split the cost over 12 months) — a total discount of $250.
With a crisp, clear 4K Ultra HD screen, HDR10+ for extracting every last drop of detail from the scene at hand, and Samsung’s Tizen OS smart software for tapping into both live and on-demand content — no streaming stick required — the 65-inch Samsung NU6900 is a must-have for anyone looking for capable 4K TV for tuning into the latest must-see Netflix Original after work and indulging in a movie or two on Amazon Prime Video over the weekend.
Being a Samsung set, it’s also bound to stand the test of time. We’re looking at a television from a premium brand; one that prides itself on quality and reliability, so it’s not unrealistic to expect it to last for the next decade or so. The same can’t be said for cheaper, seemingly equivalent, models from budget manufacturers like Sceptre. Decide to hold on to it for that long (it’s not as uncommon as you think) and it’ll end up costing you just $54 per year.
You really can’t go wrong with the 65-inch Samsung NU6900. It’s a versatile 4K TV armed with all the features that make one worthy of the name, including all the aforementioned tools and Samsung’s trademark UHD Engine (a fancy name for a 4K Upscale Engine) under the hood, which takes both standard HD and Full HD content and weaves it into a higher 4K Ultra HD resolution to create a more detailed viewing experience.
However, if you’re after something a bit smaller or larger, there are a number of fantastic 4K TV deals available right now. The highlights include a 50-inch Vizio D-Series for $260, a 55-inch LG 6-Series for $380, a 65-inch LG NanoCell 8-Series for $1,100, and a 70-inch Sony for $1,100. Plus, Best Buy is holding a sale on some of the world’s finest 75-inch high-resolution televisions, so if supersized is your preference, then look no further.
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