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Save over $900 on the best 4K TV for the Xbox Series X and PS5

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Xbox Series X and PS5 owners can save big on an excellent TV ahead of Black Friday. The LG C1 isn't just one of the best 4K TVs for the Xbox Series X and the PS5, it is the best TV for those consoles. Right now, Walmart has discounts on the 48-inch, 55-inch, and 65-inch models. The best deal is on the 65-inch model, which is over $900 off, bringing its price down to $1,797 (opens in new tab)

"For a stellar 4K TV suited to Xbox Series X, the LG C1 is currently the best on the market, packing all the features to deliver a complete next-generation gaming experience," explains our roundup of the best TVs for Microsoft's latest consoles. "The LG C1 is the gold standard for 4K, 120Hz gaming, especially for Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5."

Save $900 on the best TV for the Xbox Series X

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The LG C1 provides the optimal gaming experience for the Xbox Series X and PS5. It's a 4K TV with a 120Hz refresh rate that gets the most out of the best games. The TV also supports most popular HDR standards, HDMI 2.1 on all four ports, and variable refresh rate. It even works with G-Sync and FreeSync if you're into PC gaming.

The LG C1 supports all of the features that you'd like to see on a TV for your Xbox Series X or PS5. It's a 4K TV with a 120Hz refresh rate. It supports HDMI 2.1 on all four of its ports, which paves the way for a true 4K experience at 120Hz. The TV also has an auto low latency mode and support for variable refresh rate.

The LG C1 even has features for PC gamers, including both G-Sync and FreeSync support. All of the LG C1 models have the same great features for gaming, so if the 65-inch version doesn't fit in your room or you just want a different size, you can't go wrong with the other models.

All of the best Xbox Series X games should look great on the LG C1, but the games with 120FPS will look especially smooth.

Sean Endicott
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Sean Endicott brings nearly a decade of experience covering Microsoft and Windows news to Windows Central. He joined our team in 2017 as an app reviewer and now heads up our day-to-day news coverage. If you have a news tip or an app to review, hit him up at sean.endicott@futurenet.com (opens in new tab).

3 Comments
  • $900 OFF!!! WOW. Still $1800 for a TV. Lmfao.
  • Alas. 'Tis the season for big savings and, uh, sometimes equally big or even bigger final price tags.
  • How is that funny? This TV is well worth the price even without a sale. Just because you think that is too much to spend doesn't make it laughable to someone else. I actually use my TV (a lot) and can easily afford the price, so to me getting a budget set and not get the features to max out the console is laughable.