Samsung takes a huge leap forward with this high performance yet affordable 4K UHD TV. As is typical with Samsung, the emphasis is on color, with over a billion more shades than regular 4K TVs. The TV has expanded depth HDR that delivers extreme contrast between the darkest darks and lightest lights, giving extreme detail and color clarity that will transform your favorite shows and sports.
The TCL 32S305 checks off most of the things people want from smart TVs and it comes in at under $200. It sports 720p HD image quality (which is perfectly fine on a 32-inch set) and a 60 Hz refresh rate. For ports, this model has three HDMI, one USB, a headphone hack, RF, composite and optical audio out, so you’ll be able to hook up most, if not all, of your devices.
Among the latest mind-blowing 4K models, our favorite TV is the Sony XBR55X900E, a 65-inch beast with picture that will knock you off your feet. This model has support for high dynamic range (HDR), which makes whites brighter and blacks darker, and even non-HDR content can be upscaled to look amazing because of the Sony’s new 4K HDR Processor X1.
If you’re on the hunt for a 40-inch TV, it’s likely a secondary one that will be tucked away in your bedroom. Still, that doesn’t mean you have to compromise on picture quality or features. Its 5768:1 native contrast ratio means it displays dark scenes in great detail, which is perfect if you’re watching a movie while snuggled up in bed, though it falls slightly short in brighter environments. It also gets a knock because of its poor viewing angles, but assuming you’re putting a 40-inch TV in a smaller room, that shouldn’t be an issue.
If you are still holding onto a DVD collection then you might as well get some use out of it with this small TV from Sceptre. Sceptre is offering a 24” 720p TV that can be wall mounted and comes with a built-in DVD player. The back-lit LED TV is made with an attractive brush metal finish and plays media with radiant colors and high resolution in a 16:9 ratio. In addition to the DVD player, you can access your media with via the HDMI and USB ports.