Walmart is offering a massive rebate to those looking for a great deal on this Black Friday on a 70-inch 4K TV $ 340 ready for the Chromecast-infused Vizio V-Series, one of the latest models in the manufacturer's fleet. For just $ 660 ($ 65 / month if you want to use the retailer's 1
We will do this quickly, as Walmart will only provide a limited amount of stock. It reserves the right to restore the standard prices as soon as they are used up. So you need to act fast to put the 70-inch Vizio V-Series at the center of your setup. If you want to know more about it before you continue, let us spend some time with it.
Vizio's latest 4K televisions – such as the 70-inch Vizio V Series – are equipped with a built-in Chromecast and open the door to streaming in one click through all popular streaming services like HBO Now and Netflix. You can also mirror otherwise unsupported content from a smartphone or computer to the TV.
The rest is rather simple. On the front there is (obviously) a massive 70-inch 4K Ultra HD screen designed for Dolby Vision HDR. This allows the contrast to be increased scene by scene to the optimum value to draw even the last detail of both the subject and the environment – a must, to say the least.
After something else? There are currently a number of fantastic Black Friday TV offerings available, including a 43-inch Samsung NU6900 for $ 230, a 55-inch TCL 4-Series for $ 480, a 60-inch LG UM6950 for $ 400 and a 65-inch Vizio V series for $ 450 and a 70-inch Samsung 6-series for $ 550. So, there's no reason not to take a shiny new 4K TV home on Black Friday.
Bargain hunters looking for even more incredible deals should check out our list of the best Black Friday deals. We will update it from now until the end of the event. Therefore, we recommend that you make it your one-stop shop to get the latest savings. More interested in Cyber Monday? Again we have a list. To keep up with the latest offers in real time, follow DT Deals on Twitter .
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