A television that gives access to entertainment, but also decorates. That is The Frame, the famous Samsung smart TV that looks like another painting on your wall while it is in disuse and that, in its creation, had the collaboration of designer Yves Béhar. With Full HD quality and QLED technology, it allows for high levels of brightness, very deep blacks and excellent image quality in large dimensions. And if you don’t like the image bank it has to offer, you can upload your own photos. Regular price: $519,990.
And while The Frame offers entertainment and decoration, LG’s StandbyMe points to another duality: entertainment and work. With LED technology and Full HD definition, this innovative wireless monitor with touch screen —which we reviewed a few months ago— has Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, as well as a battery that offers a range of three hours. It includes a pedestal with wheels that allows you to take it where you need it. It has HDMI and USB input, a web browser and supports Apple AirPlay 2. In addition, you can synchronize it with your smartphone and share visual content. Regular price: $779,990.
Accessible prices and high-resolution screens seem to be the leitmotif of Caixun, a Chinese brand that has been in the national market for a couple of seasons. And for this, its products have DLED technology that incorporates a backlight system, improving the quality of color, brightness and viewing angle, as well as its definition, to enjoy images without digital noise. At this price, hard to ask for more. Regular price: $339,990.
And if the budget is tight, Caixun offers even cheaper alternatives but with the same strengths in terms of image quality. It has HDR technology to “see like in real life” as well as a Dolby Plus sound system (MS12 V1.3.2) that improves the sound experience. It has Chromecast build in, which allows you to link and transmit content from your mobile device, tablet or computer. Regular price: $289,990.
In the same leagues as Caixun, seeking a balance between quality and affordable prices, the Chinese brand TCL is also installed. Does that leave you in doubt? Well, still, it made our list of the best smart TVs of last year. How are you? It has Android TV as an operating system, incorporates artificial intelligence through Google Assistant, also Chromecast build in and Dolby Audio for sound that’s as movie-worthy this CyberMonday. And yes, it is Ultra HD. Regular price: $379,990.
A smart TV with “high-end features at a medium price” was the title of our review about this model from the Chinese brand Hisense. Ultra HD, with Quantum Dot Color technology, delivers amazing color and brightness, as well as a vivid image thanks to Dolby Vision. And this concern for the visual aspect is also in the sound, since the ULED has Dolby Atmos that gives spatiality and realism to the audio of your movies and series. It is a must with respect to the number of applications that it includes, but for the price that you find it in this Cyber, that is forgiven. Normal price: $639,990.
For our expert Alejandro Alaluf, Samsung’s Neo QLEDs are “a true technological summary that delivers an elegant, thin and almost borderless screen, with amazing multifunctionality in terms of viewing modes, sound and applications.” Features Quantum Matrix technology for precise light control—you’ll be able to see batman without having to cover all the windows—, a Neo Quantum Processor 4K processor, which allows you to adapt to each scene to deliver the best definition. To this is added the Anti Reflection, so that the sunlight does not blind the screen, and an Ultra Viewing Angle, to see the content from whichever side. This CyberMonday, Samsung has this high-end display at its lowest ever value. Regular price: $1,079,990.
If you’re team Samsung, but the prices of its current products are out of your reach, your opportunity may be in this 2020 model. Full HD, it has HDR technology that enhances the brightness of the image, giving greater enhancement to the colors and details of each scene, something that it reinforces with its PurColor processor, for more natural and vivid tones. And as for audio, it includes Dolby Digital Plus technology. It has two HDMI inputs, one USB and one digital audio output. A sober television, with a slim design and at a fairly affordable price for its size. Standard price: $289,990.
This is perhaps one of the best offers you will find this CyberMonday: a 57% discount for this LG ultra screen model that normally costs close to a million. It has NanoCell technology, which uses nanoparticles to eliminate “impure” colors in relation to RGB wavelengths, as well as an intelligent processor that analyzes images and optimizes them in real time for better definition. Added to this is an Ultra Surround sound. For gamers, good news: this model is compatible with NVIDIA GeForce Now, a cloud gaming platform that allows you to have the latest PC titles on your smart TV. And along with this, you will have access to the main platforms of streaming available in the country. Regular price: $939,990.
And if you are looking for something really cheap, literally a bargain, here is this model from the Taiwanese brand AOC. It does so in alliance with the North American Roku, recognized for its reception system for streaming. It has a LED screen, with Full HD format, Dolby Audio sound system and access to Netflix, YouTube, Apple TV +, Disney +, Spotify and HBO MAX services. You can control it both with its remote control and from your smartphone, in which you will also have the possibility of voice command. Cheaper than this, you will hardly find. Regular price: $179,990.
*Product prices in this article are current as of October 5, 2022. Values and availability may change.
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