Even with a smaller budget, consumers are spoiled for choice within the TV market, and big name manufacturers have included the more price conscious amongst us in their newly released models. No one misses out, and everyone can still purchase high quality TVs, with all the latest tech.
We’ve tried and tested numerous TVs with a price of under $250, and here are our top choices
The N5300 from tech giants Samsung features a good build quality, and whilst the bezels aren’t the thinnest ever, this model still looks and feels well made and decent.
Performance wise, Samsung have done it again. A balanced grey uniformity and contrast ratio allows a rich deep black, even in a dark room, and the brighter tones, even with the wide viewing angle, show no halo flare whatsoever.
The wealth of smart features, including numerous preinstalled apps, and a huge range available to download, makes this a good choice for a family TV.
Offering an impressive visual adventure, this Insignia has colors that are vibrant and realistic, countered by fully formed blacks and comfortable glare-free whites. Even the fastest action chase flows smoothly for edge-of-seat immersivity, and the Fire TV platform allows access to hundreds of thousands of movies, episodes and more.
With voice search and control from Alexa, multiple device input/output options and the ability to set your TV as your smart home hub, this is an easy TV to recommend.
Featuring the Fire TV platform, smart options and home hub all controlled by voice, this is a decent TV. Add in the impressive visual offering, and we want to hang on to this model. Rich detailing, realistic colors and a smooth, self satisfied responsiveness come together to give a performance that belies the price tag. Stream in excess of 500,000 movies and TV episodes and search for everything, including multitudes of apps by voice.
All in all, this is an impressively smooth TV, well worth serious consideration.
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