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These days, it’s almost necessary to have a smart TV. (I mean how else are you going to keep up with the latest on “Bridgerton” and “The Crown”?). But finding one that’s both quality and relatively affordable can be hard to do.
Thankfully, you can take home one of Amazon’s most popular smart TVs for a major discount. With over 35,000 customer ratings, this TCL 32-Inch Smart TV is a best seller and is currently on sale for just over 20 percent off. Originally priced at $189.99, the device is now up for grabs for just under $150.
Shop: TCL 32-Inch 1080p Roku Smart LED TV, $149.99 (Orig. $189.99)
Although small at 32 inches, it’s still a perfect option for a Netflix-binge kind of night. It comes with essentially all the basics, including the ability to connect to Google Assistant and Alexa, dual Wi-Fi, streaming capability and a user-friendly remote. Also, you can easily plug in your laptop via one of its three HDMI ports.
“After a few months of use, I’m very impressed at the quality of this TV [versus the] price,” they commented. “The visual quality is on par with much more expensive TVs. I use this to play high-end, demanding PC video games and haven’t noticed any issues with refresh rates, color banding, etc.”
Another shopper pointed out how easy the device was to set up and how ‘crisp’ the sound is.
“I was a bit wary of buying this TV since I never bought any electronic items other than the big brand name ones such as Samsung,” they explained. “I must say that the TV arrived in excellent condition and the set up was a breeze following the on-screen prompts.”
Despite its high reviews, however, multiple reviewers did note the ‘mandatory’ sign up of Roku as a setback. But even so, this didn’t appear to be a major dealbreaker.
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