Who wants a new TV? Everybody. What kind of new TV? OLED, the hottest and brightest, along with the thinnest and lightest. The 4K resolution (3840 x 2160), deep blacks, support for fast motion (hello, football and basketball), and low-input lag for game connections make for one of the best all-around viewing experiences on the market.
Add in Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa compatibility, and you get the reason for the “AI” tag. The webOS system comes with the Magic Remote with voice input, so you’ll have an easy time setting up the 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Sure, cable services still can’t handle 4K, but streaming services like Netflix and Hulu have plenty of 4K programs. Although not quite as good, the 4K upscaler takes input from “regular” TV signals like cable and DVDs and spiffs them up as nicely as possible. Promotional price is $6,999. The 65-inch version is $2,799 and the 55-inch drops to $1,999.
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