LG, Samsung, and TCL TVs drop ahead of the Super Bowl, plus the rest of the week’s best tech deals
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Right around super bowl It’s usually a good time for TV deals, as major brands often lower the price of their older models to free up inventory for newer (and then more expensive) sets coming out later in the year. However, in many cases, those old TVs can still offer good value. We’re seeing this trend again this week, with well-reviewed options from LG, Samsung, TCL and others all available for all-time low prices. We’ve noted a few highlights below, including the 48-inch display LG C2 . OLED TV for $947 and 55 inches TCL 5-Series Roku TV for $370. And besides TV, our weekly deal includes Amazon Fire HD 10 for $85, plus a discount on one handful of Anker chargers and Samsung storage devices, among others. Here are the best tech deals this week that you can still get today.
48 inch version of LG’s C2 OLED TV is falling to a new all-time low of $947. While LG is promising to improve the brightness with the product line in 2023Last year’s C2 will still deliver great images in darker or moderately lit rooms, with high contrast, deep blacks, and wide viewing angles expected from a high-end OLED panel.
If you want a bigger step, Samsung S95B To be generally evaluate Overall a high-end TV, one that can be bright and saturated enough to look good in well-lit rooms without sacrificing the typical benefits of an OLED display. It drops to $1,448 for the 55-inch panel and $1,798 for the 65-inch panel; both aren’t cheap, but both deals match the lowest prices we’ve ever seen.
If you’re looking to pay $500 less for a new TV, the reviewers we trust at Rtings, Wire cutting pliers and other places praised TCL’s Latest 5-Series TVs to deliver impressive color and contrast performance at an affordable price. The panel excels at the standard 60Hz refresh rate, but it features full-range local dimming and support for all major HDR formats. Both 55-inch and 65-inch 5-Series TVs drop to new lows at Amazon and Best buy this week, $370 and $500 respectively.
Just keep in mind that this is a Roku TV. If you prefer the Google TV interface, Hisense’s U6H is a good alternative for the same price, but it’s not as bright as TCL’s style.
by Amazon Fire HD 10 entry level is on sale for $85, $10 higher than the 10.1 tablet’s previous low at the retailer but still about $30 less than its typical street price in recent years. recent month. This is the means to get if you just want something competent for under $100: Its hardware is nowhere near as good like an iPadbut its 1920×1200 display is perfectly usable, it has 12 hours of battery life and is efficient full for streaming and basic browsing. Just remember, like all Amazon tablets, it comes with ads on the lock screen unless you pay more and missing (official) go to the Google Play Store.
Anker’s 65W Nano II is a super compact Liver The charger has enough power to charge most phones, tablets and even many laptops at full speed. It’s currently on sale for $35, which is $3 more than the lowest we’ve ever seen but $15 off the regular price. This agreement is part of a series of Anker charging device discount taking place this week; Other highlights include a multi-port variant of this charger for $46 (with coupon on page) and MagSafe compatible charger wireless charging dock for 45 dollars.
512GB version of Samsung’s Evo Select Memory Card It’s currently on sale for $47, only about $2 more than the lowest price we’ve tracked. Normally, it retails for close to $55. The rated U3 and V30 The Evo Select isn’t the absolute fastest microSD card in a vacuum, but it’s still more than capable of handling 4K video or storing games without much fuss. At this price point, it’s a good value if you just want to dump a lot of storage into your GoPro, Nintendo Switch, Steam Deck, or similar.
Along with that, the 2TB version of SSD 980 Pro from Samsung is on sale for $180, about $25 less than the average street price of NVMe drives over the past few months. If you don’t need that much space, 500GB model also sells for $75, which is in line with an all-time low. A PCIe 4.0 drive like this isn’t necessary for most people, and the 980 Pro is technically an old model now, but we note it here because it is responsive Sony’s request Because expand memory of PlayStation 5. You will only need add a cheap heatsink with it. (Samsung for sale A variant with a built-in radiator, but the cost is higher.)
If the 980 Pro is out of stock, please note that WD Black SN850X also on sale for over $10 at Best Buy. That one is slightly faster than the 980 Pro, though its gain is not noticeable in the context of the PS5. Meanwhile, if you are looking to upgrade your old computer’s HDD to a cheap SSD, Crucial’s MX500 is a reliable SATA drive, and it’s currently at an all-time low of $62.
Bird themed board game Wingspan down to $39 at Amazon, matching the lowest price we’ve tracked. We previously recommended this in past gift guide; Besides its stunning looks, it’s also a thoughtful engine-building game that welcomes less experienced players. Games typically last from 40 minutes to over an hour, and up to five players can participate, so it should be a worthy addition to any family game night spin you host. together.
There always seems to be at least one PC game sale going on at any given time, but if you’re looking for something new to play, that’s not a bad thing. This week it’s Humble’s turn, as the digital storefront is already Start “Winter Sale” It is expected to run until February 7.
There are too many games included in the sale for us to list them all here, but some personal picks include the Western open world. Red Dead Redemption 2 for $20, complex 2D platform Celeste for $5, classic JRPG Persona 4 Gold for $14, relaxing puzzle game decompression for $14 and glamorous 3D background astronaut 2 for 20 dollars.
All of those are deals we’ve seen before, but most match the lowest prices we’ve ever seen. If you prefer to shop on Steam, a number of discounts are also available there, as well as several others, such as friendly cooperation Halo: Master Chief Collection for $16 and wild FPS giant 2 for 3 dollars.
We introduced LG’s latest CineBeam ultra-short throw projector, HU915QEone rating score 87 earlier this week, praising the contrast and color performance, good built-in speakers, and classy design. Our main complaint is that its asking price is too high, but a new deal at Wellbots alleviates that concern a bit, as you can now grab the projector for $4,297 if you use it. use code VIETTV700 at payment.
Obviously, that still doesn’t come cheap, but at least it gives the HU915QE closer to other UST projectors we like, such as cinema. For reference, this device typically retails for close to $5,000 in recent months. If you’re really into it, just keep in mind that we found the CineBeam’s input lag to be a bit too high for gaming, and there’s no support for Dolby Vision HDR.
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