Vizio’s midrange 65-inch 4K QLED TV is $600

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Super Bowl Sunday is less than two weeks away! Sure, the game itself won’t be streaming in 4K resolution, but that doesn’t mean you can’t spoil yourself with a new UHD television for your bedroom or living room.

Over at Best Buy and B&H Photo, you can pick up Vizio’s 65-inch M-series (M65Q7-H1 model) 4K television for only $600. It’s not the lowest price we have seen it go for ($580), yet this is still a great deal given the TV’s specs and size. Vizio’s M65Q7-H1 stands out (especially at this price point) because of its QLED panel, allowing for a more accurate contrast and colors, unlike televisions with standard LED.

Vizio 65-inch M-series 4K TV

Prices taken at time of publishing.

Vizio’s M65Q7-H1 is a 65-inch 4K TV with a QLED panel for better color and contrast accuracy. It features four HDMI 2.0 ports, each of which support variable refresh rates up to 60Hz at 4K resolution.

Don’t have room for a 65-inch television? Not a problem. Hisense’s 55-inch Class H8 4K TV (model 55H8G) is a good option for its spec and size. You can buy this particular model for $480 at Amazon and Best Buy $50 off its regular price.

Hisense 55-Inch Class H8 4K TV

Prices taken at time of publishing.

Hisense’s 55H8G is a 55-inch 4K ULED Smart TV. It features built-in Android TV software and four HDMI ports.

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