Stuck at home because of The Leftovers. Super-grim, but wow.) So maybe it’s the right time for an upgrade? Perfect timing: Walmart has the . That’s the lowest I’ve seen it; the last time I shared this deal, it was $448.? My guess is you’re consuming a good bit of TV right now. (Me, I just started on
You’ll note that this is an S421, not the more commonly seen S425. What’s the difference? I haven’t had much luck tracking down an answer, though it appears the former is a Walmart-exclusive model. But why, then, does the store also carry the S425 ()? I’m not sure.
I can tell you that about a year ago, CNET’s resident TV expert David Katzmaier had lots of good things to say about the latter in his. Even so, he feels that if you can swing the TCL 6 Series, you should definitely opt for that; the picture quality is considerably better, he told me. Of course, , nowhere near the bargain that is the 4 Series.
I’ll simply note that if you’re in the market for a big TV with a “good enough” picture and baked-in Roku goodness, this is a helluva bargain.
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