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The best TVs you can buy for less than $500

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The Insider Pick:The best TV is big enough for your needs, has a high resolution, and offers some smart features. You may think that such a fancy TV will cost you thousands of dollars, but our top pick, the TCL 55-inch 4K Ultra HD Roku Smart LED TV, has all those great features and costs less than $500.

TV technology has come a long way over the past few years. Gone are the days when buying a 4K TV meant having to shell out thousands of dollars. These days, you can get a decent, large, 4K TV without going past the $500 mark.

In fact, it’s so easy to get a great TV under $500, that there are a ton of options out there. That’s why we’ve put together this guide: To help you figure out which of those affordable TVs is best for your living room.

As usual, there are a few things to consider when you’re buying a new TV. Some of them are obvious, but some of them are a little subtler.

Resolution: The first thing you’ll want to consider is the TV’s resolution. At under $500, you can get a 4K TV, but you may not find it worth buying if you don’t have access to any 4K content. Still, it is worth considering how future-proof you want your TV to be. More and more 4K content is being released, and you’ll want to be ready to take advantage of that.Size: Typically, bigger is better in the TV world, but too big can be a pain. You’ll want to think about how big of a TV you want to watch on, to be sure, but you’ll also want to consider whether you actually have the space for a big TV, or if something a little more modest would work better in your home.Connectivity: If you have a ton of devices you want to connect to your TV, you’ll need a lot of ports on the back of the TV. Wireless connectivity may also be important. Increasingly, TVs are offering Wi-Fi connectivity and smart TV software, so you can stream without the need for an external box like the Apple TV.Here are our top picks for the best TVs for less than $500:

Updated on 07/23/2018 by Christian de Looper: Added the Toshiba and LG TVs, updated prices, and improved formatting.

Read on in the slides below to check out our top picks. »

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The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. The Insider Pick: The best TV is big enough for your needs, has a high resolution, and offers some smart features. You may think that such a fancy TV will cost you thousands of dollars, but our top pick, the TCL 55-inch 4K Ultra HD Roku Smart LED TV, has all those great features and costs less than $500. TV technology has come a long way over the past few years. Gone are the days when buying a 4K TV meant having to shell out thousands of dollars. These days, you can get a decent, large, 4K TV without going past the $500 mark. In fact, it’s so easy to get a great TV under $500, that there are a ton of options out there. That’s why we’ve put together this guide: To help you figure out which of those affordable TVs is best for your living room. As usual, there are a few things to consider when you’re buying a new TV. Some of them are obvious, but some of them are a little subtler. Resolution: The first thing you’ll want to consider is the TV’s resolution. At under $500, you can get a 4K TV, but you may not find it worth buying if you don’t have access to any 4K content. Still, it is worth considering how future-proof you want your TV to be. More and more 4K content is being released, and you’ll want to be ready to take advantage of that. Size: Typically, bigger is better in the TV world, but too big can be a pain. You’ll want to think about how big of a TV you want to watch on, to be sure, but you’ll also want to consider whether you actually have the space for a big TV, or if something a little more modest would work better in your home. Connectivity: If you have a ton of devices you want to connect to your TV, you’ll need a lot of ports on the back of the TV. Wireless connectivity may also be important. Increasingly, TVs are offering Wi-Fi connectivity and smart TV software, so you can stream without the need for an external box like the Apple TV. Here are our top picks for the best TVs for less than $500: Best overall: TCL 55-inch 4K Ultra HD Roku Smart LED TV  Best TV under $500 with Alexa: Toshiba 55-inch Fire TV Edition TV Best 4K TV under $500: LG 49-inch 4K  49UK6300PUE TV Best TV under $350: TCL 49-inch 4K Ultra HD Roku Smart LED TV Best TV under $300: Insignia 39-inch 1080p Smart TV Updated on 07/23/2018 by Christian de Looper: Added the Toshiba and LG TVs, updated prices, and improved formatting. Read on in the slides below to check out our top picks. 

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The best TVs you can buy for less than $500The best TVs you can buy for less than $500

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The best TVs you can buy for less than $500

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The best TVs you can buy for less than $500

2018-07-23T16:43:00+02:00

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The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. The Insider Pick: The best TV is big enough for your needs, has a high resolution, and offers some smart features. You may think that such a fancy TV will cost you thousands of dollars, but our top pick, the TCL 55-inch 4K Ultra HD Roku Smart LED TV, has all those great features and costs less than $500. TV technology has come a long way over the past few years. Gone are the days when buying a 4K TV meant having to shell out thousands of dollars. These days, you can get a decent, large, 4K TV without going past the $500 mark. In fact, it’s so easy to get a great TV under $500, that there are a ton of options out there. That’s why we’ve put together this guide: To help you figure out which of those affordable TVs is best for your living room. As usual, there are a few things to consider when you’re buying a new TV. Some of them are obvious, but some of them are a little subtler. Resolution: The first thing you’ll want to consider is the TV’s resolution. At under $500, you can get a 4K TV, but you may not find it worth buying if you don’t have access to any 4K content. Still, it is worth considering how future-proof you want your TV to be. More and more 4K content is being released, and you’ll want to be ready to take advantage of that. Size: Typically, bigger is better in the TV world, but too big can be a pain. You’ll want to think about how big of a TV you want to watch on, to be sure, but you’ll also want to consider whether you actually have the space for a big TV, or if something a little more modest would work better in your home. Connectivity: If you have a ton of devices you want to connect to your TV, you’ll need a lot of ports on the back of the TV. Wireless connectivity may also be important. Increasingly, TVs are offering Wi-Fi connectivity and smart TV software, so you can stream without the need for an external box like the Apple TV. Here are our top picks for the best TVs for less than $500: Best overall: TCL 55-inch 4K Ultra HD Roku Smart LED TV  Best TV under $500 with Alexa: Toshiba 55-inch Fire TV Edition TV Best 4K TV under $500: LG 49-inch 4K  49UK6300PUE TV Best TV under $350: TCL 49-inch 4K Ultra HD Roku Smart LED TV Best TV under $300: Insignia 39-inch 1080p Smart TV Updated on 07/23/2018 by Christian de Looper: Added the Toshiba and LG TVs, updated prices, and improved formatting. Read on in the slides below to check out our top picks. 

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