4k TVs to suit any budget22 May 2018
The January sales, as well as Black Friday, have built up a reputation as being the 'hotspots' on the calendar for bagging the best deals on new TVs. But considering the amount of astonishing offers currently available on 4K Ultra HD TVs, we might have to have a rethink.
You might think you need to fork out a fortune to get your hands on one of the 3840 x 2160 TVs which have changed the quality of our viewing experience forever. But actually, there is a range of price points to suit all budgets. In this blog, we take a look at some of the best 4K TVs around.
Less than £500
It's time to switch on to the fact that you don't need to spend big on a 4K TV. Take the LOGIK L43UE17 43" Smart 4K Ultra HD LED TV for example. It is available for just £299.00, and is by no means a basic set, offering Freeview Play, catch-up TV and 4K streaming. There there's the SAMSUNG UE40MU6120 40" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV, which you can take home for £369.00. It comes certified with HDR and a picture quality of 1300 PQI, also including Tizen 4K Streaming and catch-up TV. Of course, if you are looking for a way to take the price of your 4K TV purchase down even further, you can rely on vouchercloud discount codes to come up with the goods.
£500 to £1,000
Moving on to the next price bracket, you can look at some superb units such as the SONY BRAVIA KD49XE8004 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV. For £629.00 it takes your picture quality up to a Motionflow XR 200 Hz, offers 4K Android Streaming and catch up TV, and you can enjoy Freeview HD with YouView and Freesat HD. If size is your priority, the gigantic LG 60UJ634V 60" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV can certainly stake a claim for being the best choice, available at £829.00. Along with its dimensions, it also offers 4K webOS streaming, catch-up TV and Freeview Play.
£1,000 to £2,000
If you have even more funds at your disposal, you are on your way to acquiring a mini cinema all of your own! The huge LG 65UJ750V 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV is a good example. For £1,219.00 you can also look forward to 4K Ultra HD with HLG HDR, as well as 4K webOS streaming and a picture quality of 100 Hz.
As you can see, there is a wide range of 4K TVs now on the market which can be suitable for everyone from the cash-strapped student to the home buyer who is ready to splash some cash.
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