You can't beat Samsung when it comes to TV quality. And when you're investing in something as incredible as a 65 inch TV, you're going to want the best. This bad boy is powered by an incredible 4K UHD processor that optimizes your TVs picture whether it's 4K or not. It has High Dynamic Range and Purcolor technology that lets you see colors you didn't know existed.
Not only is it phenomenal to look at, but the Samsung goes with built in smart TV capabilities including Alexa and Google compatibility. Plus, it has a simple on screen guide that makes it easy to find content and live TV shows. We also love the OneRemote that allows you to control all compatible devices with one easy remote.
- OneRemote that allows you to control all compatible devices with one easy remote
- Class defining picture quality
- Smart technology compatible
Another powerhouse of the TV world, LG brings your shows to life with this fantastic offering. Featuring a quad core processor that improves the picture and makes the action smoother. Along with the 4K active HDR, you'll be blown away by home lifelike this picture is. Nano color technology means each pixel is even smaller, combining for the most fantastic colors you've ever seen.
Alexa and Google assistant are built right into the TV thanks to LG ThinQ AI technology. Speaking of AI, you'll have access to AI based entertainment with Webos, part of LG's award-winning, easy to use platform.
We also love that thank to built-in AirPlay 2, so you can easily cast anything from your iPhone to your LG TV!
- Built-in AirPlay 2, allowing you to cast anything from your iPhone to your LG TV
- 4K active HDR
- Quad core processor
By packing in all the features of the fancier models, this entry-level TCL is absolutely worth taking a look at. The TCL delivers fantastic picture quality by combining 4K Ultra HD with the color and detail of Dolby Vision high dynamic range (HDR)
With built in Roku-TV, you'll have access to thousands of streaming channels. We absolutely love that lView design provides an edge to edge display, making the picture look like something that's happening in front of you.
If you're into gaming, you'll love that the TCL automatically detects gaming and adjusts itself to enhances performance by offering the smoothest action, lowest latency and the best picture settings for gaming. It also comes with a plethora on inputs, including 4 HDMI 2.0 1 USB Headphone Jack, Optical Audio Out, and Ethernet.
- Easy Voice Control with Alexa and Google Assistant compatibility
- Built in Roku-TV
- 4K Ultra HD
Another powerhouse of the TV world, this option from Sony is an absolute must consider. Offering 4K HDTV picture quality that gives you incredible clarity and range, you'll be watching your shows the way they were made to be watched. This picture quality is powered by the X1 Extreme Processor, able to handle any 4K shows with the quality you expect from Sony
We love that it has all the smarts features you want, including Alexa and Google Home compatibility. The Sony rocks multiple inputs including 4 HDMI, 2 USB2.0, 1 USB 3.0, and 1 Composite Port.
The Sony is a slick, modern looking TV that is sure to impress anyone coming over to stream. Or hey, even just use it to impress yourself!
- 4K HDTV picture quality
- Alexa and Google Home compatibility
- Multiple inputs including 4 HDMI, 2 USB2.0, 1 USB 3.0, and 1 Composite Port
Before making a purchase, read on to learn more about features that increase the overall quality of a 4K TV.
4K resolution means that the resolution is four times that of a normal TV or HDTV. For you, this means better everything. Better picture quality, better contrast, better whites, better blacks, better range in color. 4K makes everything on your screen look brighter and more beautiful.
If you want to lean into your inner couch-potato and enjoy TV and film to their fullest extent, 4K resolution will take you there and beyond.
HDR (high-quality range) compatible TVs are in high demand. Fortunately, most 4K TVs are HDR-compatible right off the bat. HDR transforms colors on your TV. Brights are brighter, colors are richer, and darks are deeper. HDR offers a broader spectrum of color and contrast.
This probably sounds similar to 4K resolution, and understandably so. What sets the two apart is that 4K resolution affects your TV regardless of what you’re watching, whereas in order to watch TV in HDR, the show or movie must be HDR-compatible.
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