Best TV’s in the World

One of the most relaxing things to do after a long day is to kick back and watch your favorite TV show. As everyone knows, TV is much more entertaining to watch on a gigantic, high-definition set. There are millions of options to choose from, so how do you know what to buy? Well for a bit of an investment, there are some very amazing televisions available on the market. Here are the top five televisions available today.

At number five, the Sony LED Smart Ultra HD TV with Dynamic Range. This 75″ television is rated five-stars and features a 2160p display. It also has built in Wifi, Chromecast, and motion enhancement technology. It costs about $2500. Coming next at number four, the LG UHD Smart OLED TV. This 65″ smart television has an amazing display with Cinematic Color and Perfect Black Panel. It also features voice recognition, built in Wifi, and a booming surround system. The price tag is set at around $2000. Coming in third is the Samsung curved LED Smart TV. This five-star television features a curved design, created to better the experience for consumers. It has 4K quality and is a very popular choice. It only costs about half the cost of the other two, at around $1100. Up next, the LG SIGNATURE G6P flat screen TV. It features a 77″ design along with 3D technology. It also features a 3840 x 2160 resolution and internet capabilities. It provides an amazing viewing experience and has a high price tag, at $11,000. At number one, is the $55,000 Sony BRAVIA XBR LED Smart TV. This highly-priced 100″ ultra HD television will definitely give you the one of the best TV experiences possible, with some of the newest technology available.

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Christine Leary has been a Network editorialist since 2006. His territories of intrigue incorporate AI, rambles, self-governing driving, rising innovation, individual innovation, direction, and innovation in governmental issues. He has student degrees in promoting and labor administration, and a MBA in HR, advertising and software engineering.