Whoa! $200 for a stunning 50-inch 4K TV? 'It's a no brainer'

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Score this 50-inch 4K beauty for 50 percent off! (Photo: Walmart)

Gone are the days of having to shell out thousands for a reputable flatscreen TV. These days, the quality is amazing, the prices are insane, and it’s time to take advantage. Right now the Sceptre 50-inch Class 4K Ultra HD LED TV is on sale for just $200 (was $400)!

The picture is gorgeous, the audio is clear and the USB port lets you easily connect your smartphone to listen to stored music and show off all those pictures on the big screen.

It’s truly a thing of beauty, and gets high marks from reviewers for its crisp images and booming sound. People say it’s extremely easy to set up, too:

“So far, so good,” says one reviewer. “I've had the TV for about a week and everything was a breeze from unboxing to set up. When the tv arrived I thought I would need my husband to lift it, however it was light and I was able to unbox it on my own. The set up was very easy and I had no issues setting up my Roku on it either. Picture quality and sound is great. Also the setup instructions were simple and easy to follow. Batteries are included for your remote which is a plus as well. Great product...”

“Awesome deal for this tv,” raves another fan. “Even in my small room, the picture is great. Easy access to the controls from not only the remote, but right on the bottom/front of the set. What really amazed me was the sound! No sound bar is needed with this tv. Truly! Easy set up in minutes with included screwdriver for the feet. I'd definitely recommend.”

Shop it: Sceptre 50-inch Class 4K Ultra HD (2160p) LED TV (U515CV-U), $200 (was $400), walmart.com

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