Hisense’s 55-inch 4K QLED TV is cheaper than ever – The Verge

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Hisense’s U6G QLED TV in the 55-inch size is discounted at Amazon and Best Buy today. Normally $649.99, you can pick it up from either Best Buy or Amazon for just $520. Its quantum dot LED-backlit display should offer better contrast and color accuracy than the many low-end models available around the $400-$500 price range. It has Google Assistant built in, too, along with support for a bevy of streaming apps, including YouTube, Disney Plus, HBO Max, and more. It has four HDMI ports and a native refresh rate of 60Hz.

It might be of importance to you that Hisense includes this model in its “100 Day No Regrets Guarantee.” You can try out the TV for 100 days, and if you don’t like it, Hisense will refund you after you send it back. Both Best Buy and Amazon are among the company’s approved retailers for the promotion. You just have to make sure to register your purchase with Hisense within 14 days of the purchase date, or else you won’t be able to get the refund.

Hisense 55-inch U6G ULED TV

The latest Hisense TVs deliver an overall great experience for the price. The 4K TVs reportedly boast excellent image quality and Google Play, giving you access to a wide selection of streaming apps. They also support Dolby Vision, HDR, and HDR10+.

Once a collector’s item due to their scarcity, this set of Joy-Con styled after The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD are both readily available and discounted at Walmart. Normally $80 for the two, they’re $10 off, costing $70 when you buy online through Walmart. This set will work with the standard Switch, as well as the new Switch that has an OLED screen releasing later next week.

If you recently purchase an iPhone 13, or are more about the iPhone 12, you might want to check out AT&T’s deal on the MagSafe Battery Pack that can magnetically attach to either of these phones for a recharge. Normally $99, it costs $84 now. We covered this deal yesterday, and admittedly I’m surprised that it hasn’t sold out, given it’s the first major price cut on this product.

As my colleague Dieter Bohn says in his review, this product is more about convenience than providing a massive amount of battery capacity. So, while it probably won’t totally refill your phone, it’s a solid investment for easy top-ups throughout the day.

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