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The best cheap TV deals in 2020

If you're reading this, you're here because you just want to save the absolute most you can on your new TV. And who can blame you? TVs are expensive, and the price can grow exponentially the more you want out of it. Well, you've come to the right place. Find the best possible TV to fit your budget, but more than that this roundup will feature TVs that still manage to pack in loads of features. A cheap TV doesn't have to mean bad TV either. You'd be surprised what all you can get even when you don't want to splurge on the more advanced sets. Did you know there are even a bunch of great Android TVs to check out? In general, the larger the TV the more expensive it gets so we've separated this roundup into different sizes to help you navigate the best cheap options around. Best Budget TV Deals Available Now Best Cheap TV Deals under 50" : Prices as low as $100 Best Cheap TV Deals over 50" : Prices down to $300 More Info : What to look for Sony

Save as much as $300 on several Hisense TVs in this early Black Friday sale

Black Friday ain't just a day at the end of November anymore. So many retailers are doing early Black Friday sales these days, and the TV brand Hisense isn't one to be left out in the cold. You can save hundreds on a whole bunch of Hisense TVs from Walmart , Best Buy , and Amazon right now long before actual Black Friday. The TVs range from 1080p to 4K, sizes from 32 to 85 inches, and include smart platforms. Many of these deals might not last through the end of the month, so grab them while you can. Black Friday Hisense TV Deals: Hisense H55 32-inch 1080p Android TV | $60 off This TV would make a great side TV for a guest room or a kids room. It has DTS Studio Sound, a 120 Motion Rate, and even Bluetooth compatibility. $139.99 at Walmart Hisense H55 43-inch 1080p Android TV | $200 off Use this TV to easily watch all your favorite apps on Android TV. It also has Google Assistant built-in so you can use voice control or even control your smart home. Access the voice

TiVo Stream 4K review: Simplify your streaming for just $50

It's no Chromecast, but the Stream 4K has a lot to offer. This year has proven to be a really fascinating year for cord-cutting. Peacock and HBO Max both hit the scene, major movies have forgone theaters entirely in favor of digital-only releases, and there's been a revival for Android TV . Following 2019's updates to the NVIDIA Shield TV family, this year has given us the Chromecast with Google TV and the TiVo Stream 4K. The TiVo Stream 4K hasn't gotten the same buzz or attention as the new Chromecast, and when you compare the two side-by-side, it's a little confusing as to why that is. The Stream 4K has many of the same features that the Chromecast does, right down to content curation features that make it easier to find what you want to watch. TiVo did a lot right with the Stream 4K, and while I don't think it's a better overall gadget compared to Chromecast, it's absolutely worth considering depending on the kind of streaming you do. TiVo Stre

You only have a few hours to save $700 on Samsung's 75-inch Q90T 4K TV

Snapping up a new 4K TV is the goal of many shoppers this Prime Day . If you're yet to pull the trigger on one, the Samsung Q90T QLED 4K smart TV is down to its best-ever price right now at Amazon for the last few hours of the event. At $2,597.99, it is around $700 lower than it has been selling for most recently and lower than we've ever seen it go before. Big screen bargain Samsung Q90T QLED 4K smart TV Prime Day 2020 is the perfect time to score a 4K TV deal but you don't have much longer left to save on Samsung's premium Q90T UHD smart TV. Act fast before this deal disappears. $2,597.99 $3,297.99 $700 Off See at Amazon If you're looking for the absolute best picture quality and color accuracy, the Samsung Q90T is the company's best 4K TV out right now. This smart TV comes with your choice of three voice assistants, Alexa, Bixby, and Google, on top of Samsung's fantastic smart features, which can help you complete various tasks. Plus, wi

Both the Shield TV and TV Pro are great, but which is the right one for you

NVIDIA Shield TV (2019) A compact redesign $150 at Amazon Pros Clever and compact design Updated remote is fantastic Still the best Android TV experience Improved AI Upscaling is great Cons Might run into issues running some Android games Not novice-friendly out of the box The most striking change for the 2019 NVIDIA Shield TV refresh is its unique tube shape and the redesigned remote. This is a streamlined and portable stream box with upgraded processing power that's still delivering the best Android TV experience you can buy. NVIDIA Shield TV Pro (2019) Subtle upgrade $200 at Amazon   Pros Same sleek Shield TV design More RAM and double the onboard storage Offers USB ports for external storage The one you'll want for Plex and gaming Cons Less internal storage than older Pro model More expensive than the tube Not enough new features to justify upgrading The NVIDIA Shield TV Pro (2019) both looks and runs nearly identically as the older Shi

NASCAR's virtual race was the most-watched esports TV show to date

NASCAR and Fox Sports might have started airing virtual races out of pandemic-induced necessity, but it appears their efforts paid off. Fox has revealed that the inaugural eNASCAR iRacing Pro Invitational Series race on March 22nd drew 903,000 viewers on FS1, making it the highest-rated esports TV program to date. It was also the most-watched broadcast on FS1 since mass sports event cancellations on March 12th and the most-watched sports broadcast on cable that Sunday, although those last two feats weren't too difficult given the dearth of live sports. Accordingly, Fox has committed to cover the rest of the season, starting with a race at a simulated Texas Motor Speedway on March 29th at 1PM Eastern. It'll air on both the Fox broadcast network as well as FS1 and the Fox Sports app. There's little doubt that NASCAR and Fox had the advantages of both an audience with nowhere to go as well as a bevy of real-world pro drivers, including race winner Denny Hamlin. Viewershi

Four reasons why the VAVA 4K projector belongs in your living room

Do you ever look at your living room and think "this is really dull"? There's an easy fix: replace your old TV with the VAVA Ultra Short Throw projector . Here's what it adds to your home. Private theater experience at home TVs keep getting bigger, but they are far away from offering a real theater experience. The biggest TVs are ridiculously expensive and not at all friendly to regular homes. For example, an 86'' TV easily costs you more than $5,000. With VAVA's 4K UST projector, you can project up to 150 inches on your wall for just $2,799. The projector also comes with 4K quality and a built-in Harman Kardon stereo soundbar. No more driving to the cinema and sitting with strangers who can't stop talking. Instead, grab a drink and enjoy a nice and peaceful movie night with your loved ones. Lightweight and easy to set up Unlike a 100-pound TV, VAVA's projector only weighs 24 lbs - lighter than most puppies. You can easily move it arou

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