No, but seriously: Should you buy a 4K TV?
By Ben Algaze
February 4, 2016

While the content availability isn’t all good news, pricing on the latest crop of 4K/UHD TVs mostly is. Taking a look at TVs sized 50 inches and above, where you’d notice the 4K differences, the sweet spots in pricing seem to be around the 55 to 60-inch panels (again, at the time of this writing). At Best Buy, for example, 55-inch 4K sets range from $499 to $899. The increasingly less available 1080p (HD) sets run from $399 to $799. At Amazon, you can buy the 55-inch Sony XBR 55X810C or the 55-inch Samsung JS7000, both for $998; the latter model includes HDR support. And Amazon is selling the 55-inch VIZIO M-Series for just $799; it’s a 4K model with five HDMI reports and 32-zone local dimming.

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