You need one of these cheap 4K HDR TVs to elevate your Super Bowl LIII party
It's time for an upgrade.
The New England Patriots will face off against the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII on February 3, 2019, and in order to soak in all of the action, you may want to consider upgrading your TV. Not only do 4K TVs offer unrivaled color quality, but they also feature powerful processors that upgrade standard content into eye-popping imagery. We've rounded up the best, affordable 4K HDR TVs to watch the Super Bowl on.
4K at a crazy value
This 43-inch 4K TV from Toshiba leads our roundup because it's currently the cheapest in its category. Unlike other display in that price range, it features 4K resolution and HDR to help deliver impressive visuals. What's even better is that it's also paired with Amazon Fire TV and Alexa voice integration so you have a powerful media center built into the TV.
Affordable 4K, solid design
This 43-inch 4K TV from Insignia is the second cheapest option out there but features a more attractive design. Usually, the Toshiba is priced higher. Just like the Toshiba, it features 4K resolution and HDR. It's also paired with Amazon Fire TV and Alexa voice integration, so you have a fast and responsive media interface. And for $250, it's a touchdown of a bargain.
Roku instead of Amazon
This 43-inch 4K TV from TCL is another cheap option in its category. Just like the Insignia, it features 4K resolution and HDR to help deliver impressive visuals. Instead of being paired with Amazon Fire TV and Alexa voice integration, it features Roku TV. It still gives you a fast and responsive media interface if you prefer Roku's software.
This 55-inch TV packs maximum screen space without tackling your wallet. I haven't been able to find a better 55-inch 4K TV for a lower price. Just like its processors, this TV features 4K resolution and HDR for vibrant colors, but also comes with Roku TV built in.
Clear and vibrant video
LG's display expertise shines with this set, packing effective, low-cost 4K and HDR in a sleek and manageable package. The 49-inch display can fit in any living room and on almost any table. This is one of the most popular TVs on the market and has greatly improved over the years. It's a sure win.
Samsung is known for its world-class displays, and the 7 Series 4K HDR TV is no different. It features an excellent panel which many consumers absolutely love. While the price is roughly $500, this TV is the best choice if you want a reasonably-priced display without going into the $1,000 range.
This 55-inch 4K TV from Samsung is one of the best on the market. Not only does it feature advanced technology, but it also comes in a curved variant. Images pop on the stunning panel, and its innovative stand ensures that it fits even on the smallest of tables. Better yet, you can save a hundred dollars by purchasing the 49-inch model or spend a little less than $1,000 on the 65-inch model.
Best non-OLED 4K TV
This 49-inch 4K TV from Sony might just be the best non-OLED TV in its category. Just like the Samsung we spotlighted, it features 4K resolution and HDR to help deliver impressive visuals. It's an Android TV so it features Google Assistant and a slew of impressive media features. The display has a full-array backlight which dims select zones for deep blacks and bright colors. This TV doesn't risk burn-in damage that many OLEDs on the market are susceptible to.
Depending on how you're watching the Super Bowl — and the size of the room where the TV will be placed — this list should help you find a display that works for you. These are all great options, but if we had to pick one we would choose the Toshiba 43-inch 4K HDR Fire TV Edition. Right now, it seems to be the best deal because it's discounted to $200. Given its superb pixel density and brand, it'll be difficult to pass up. Which TV are you interested in? Let us know.
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