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Did you recently renovate your entertainment space and need a sweet television to binge your favorite show?
Well, now is the perfect time to score a new 4K TV and bring the party home. And if you want a nice TV at a nice discount, here you go: This RCA 55-inch Class 4K Ultra HD LED TV is on sale for just $268 at Walmart. It’s over 60% off! We’ll wait while you pick your jaw off the floor.
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The TV has crystal-clear Ultra HD resolution—four times the detail of Full HD! And thanks to HDR (High Dynamic Range), it’ll feel as if you’re sitting at the 50-yard line with true-to-life images and movement, as well as bright and vivid colors and inky black levels.
“I love this TV,” raved a five-star reviewer. “Picture is crisp and sharp and the four HDMI slots are really convenient. Sound is really good as well...Thinking about purchasing another.”
With 178-degree viewing angles, you can even watch the game while social distancing.
The RCA 4K TV isn’t a Smart TV, so it doesn’t connect to the internet for video streaming—but those four aforementioned HDMI ports can be used for streaming services like a Chromecast or Roku Streaming Stick+, Blu-ray players, video game consoles and soundbars. The built-in digital TV antenna means you won’t miss out on even a second of the Big Game (it’s on CBS this year, by the way).
“Just picked it up today and I installed it in less than five minutes!” one gleeful reviewer said. “No need to get cable or an antenna, I simply did an auto search and have over 40 channels. I am very pleased with the picture, sound, and overall quality.”
At just $268 (down from $700), the price is most definitely right and you won’t be disappointed in the quality. As one shopper shared: “This TV's picture blew my socks off!”
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