Save $950: The LG CX 65-inch 4K OLED TV with AI ThinQ and HDMI 2.1 is down to just $1,849.99 at Amazon, as of June 8. (Add it to your cart to see the price.)
It hasn’t been easy to snag a new PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X this year. Even if you timed it just right and got lucky, you’re next-generation gaming setup still isn’t complete if you don’t have a proper gaming TV. So if you want the most out of your console’s futuristic hardware, then consider an upgrade to this ultra-thin LG OLED TV.
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Just ahead of Prime Day, the LG CX 65-inch 4K OLED TV is just $1,849.99 at Amazon. You have to first add the TV to your shopping cart to see the discounted price, but rest assured this is the lowest price ever on this model. And since the LG site lists the original retail price at $2,799.99, that means you save a total of $950.
While the LG CX is a 2020 model, it still packs all of the latest features you need for every type of modern entertainment. The most important one for gamers is that the CX features the new HDMI 2.1 ports. These upgraded HDMI ports allow for a greater bandwidth, which essentially results in higher resolutions, frame rates, and other features such as variable refresh rates. You can get by with older HDMI connections just fine on new consoles, but you’re missing out on their full potential if you don’t have a TV like the CX.
And even if you don’t game, the LG CX provides a premium experience for all other types of entertainment. The OLED uses self-lit pixels to provide the most accurate images and details, even if you’re watching dimly lit scenes. It also handles motion very well for fluid scenes whether in action movies, games, or live sports. And it includes built-in Alexa and Google Assistant for a smarter watching experience.
So regardless if it’s for gaming or Netflix, the LG CX at $1,849.99 is a TV deal that can’t be missed.
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