Yahoo Life is committed to finding you the best products at the best prices. We may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page. Pricing and availability are subject to change.
Gone are the days of having to shell out thousands for a stellar flatscreen TV. These days, the quality is amazing, the prices are low and it’s time to take advantage. Right now, this Sceptre 50-inch Class 4K Ultra HD Android Smart LED TV is on sale for just $228, or $272 off at Walmart. That’s a 54 percent savings and the lowest price on the internet right now!
You’ll get free unlimited shipping with Walmart+. Not yet a member? No problem. You can sign up for your free 15-day trial here, but a quick three question survey will add on an additional two more weeks for a solid 30 days of use. (And by the way, those without Walmart+ still get free shipping on orders of $35 or more.)
Normally priced at $500, the picture quality is gorgeous, thanks to 4K Ultra HD resolution at 2160p. This impressive display brings out all the true-to-life images and motion, while it also has HDR (High Dynamic Range) settings for even brighter colors and deeper black levels (translation: you’ll have a more immersive experience). This TV’s audio is crystal clear and well-balanced too. And Walmart reviewers can’t get enough.
“Thrilled! The picture is really nice. The speakers, wow! Not only does it sound great, but it is loud,” raved a five-star reviewer. “I tried turning it up to see how loud it would get and stopped at halfway because it was blasting (and still perfectly clear). It goes seamlessly between TV, Netflix, VUDU or a connected device like Nintendo switch without delay…This Smart TV is the best one I’ve bought.”
Meanwhile, it comes with a built-in USB 2.0 port, so you can easily connect flash drives to bring your own media to the party, as well as three HDMI ports for Blu-ray players, gaming consoles, soundbars and more.
While some streaming TVs come with Fire TV or Roku built-in, this Sceptre 50-inch 4K stunner includes Android TV straight from Google. This means you’ll have instant access to popular streaming apps like Netflix, Disney+, HBO Max, Hulu, YouTube and more, but you’ll also get a wide range of gaming apps too, such as Crossy Road, NBA Jam and Crashlands on the big screen.
Plus, Android TV includes Chromecast for slinging videos and music from your smartphone or tablet to the TV, as well as Google Assistant for voice search and hands-free navigation. In fact, this 4K TV’s remote has a microphone and Google Assistant button on it, so you’ll always have the virtual assistant within reach. And shoppers love how Android TV is great for cord-cutters.
“The Android platform has exactly what I wanted,” shared a satisfied shopper. “It has the options and choices that doesn’t leave me paying others instead of a cable company. Android is the true cable cutter and money saver.”
At $229 (was $500), this Sceptre 50-inch Class 4K Ultra HD Android Smart LED TV is ideal for a living room, den or even a basement ‘man-cave,’ while its high performance will give you years and years of clear and detailed picture quality, as well as heart-stopping entertainment.
One Walmart shopper even says this TV’s video streaming platform is better than Roku. “Best bang for the buck,” raved the five-star reviewer. “Android TV is way better than Roku!”
Walmart’s massive Black Friday sale dropped early — save big on Sony, Bose, Instant Pot, Shark and more!
We found your new TV, and it’s on sale: Score this 50-inch Vizio for less than $300 at Walmart
Walmart just slashed the price of this ‘life-altering’ steam mop — it’s only $69 right now!
Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Want daily pop culture news delivered to your inbox? Sign up here for Yahoo Entertainment & Life’s newsletter.
“I owe you all an apology for the pain caused,” Hathaway wrote in a heartfelt post.
Radio audiences across the country have heard Mariah Carey and all the rest rockin’ around the Christmas tree since Nov. 1.
How To Move On From — Or Keep Living With — Windows 7 (And Stay Safe Online)…
Disney has enacted more layoffs, impacting more than 50 employees in the studio’s marketing group, the NY-based theatrical division and Searchlight Pictures. Several hundred open positions have been eliminated as well. Six people at Searchlight Pictures, the independent label once owned by Fox, were laid off on Thursday. Earlier in the day, the Disney-owned ESPN […]
The biggest power players on Wall Street have already seen it coming – and quietly changed their outlook for 2021. This will affect your money.
Rachel Bloom opens up about the death of “one of the most important people in my life,” collaborator and friend Adam Schlesinger, who died of COVID-19 in April.
Duchovny’s new single takes a jab at a “stupid orange man in a cheap red hat,” but the actor and singer-songwriter acknowledges that the problem in America is much bigger than who’s in the White House.
All about the celebrity flocked Hillsong Church, which has counted Justin and Hailey Bieber, Selena Gomez and Chris Pratt as worshipers.
“That was the idea of the film: Can we get the audience to that point where they think, ‘Do it. Just do it,’?” Danny Boyle says about the most infamous moment in “127 Hours.”
Yahoo readers scooped up these top-rated headphones during Amazon Prime Day and they’re back in stock—for just $88!
Police arrested a man on Wednesday who is suspected of murdering actor Eddie Hassell in a robbery on Nov. 1. D’Jon Antone, 18, was arrested without incident by a fugitive task force in North Texas and police in Grand Prairie, Tex., for capital murder, according to the Grand Prairie Police Department. Antone is being held […]
“In every project I am part of, no matter the budget or genre, the Black experience that I’m presenting needs to be 100 percent authentic,” Lynch said in a new interview.
Just because Christina Anstead’s Instagram timeline isn’t non-stop photos of her kids doesn’t mean she’s not spending quality time with them.
ESPN is eliminating 500 jobs in an effort to cut costs amid the coronavirus pandemic, Jimmy Pitaro informed his staff on Thursday.In a memo obtained by TheWrap, the president of ESPN said the Disney-owned company would be laying off 300 staffers and scrapping 200 open positions in an effort to shift more resources toward ESPN’s direct-to-consumer business strategy, digital content and “continued innovative television experiences.”“Prior to the pandemic, we had been deeply engaged in strategizing how best to position ESPN for future success amidst tremendous disruption in how fans consume sports,” Pitaro wrote. “The pandemic’s significant impact on our business clearly accelerated those forward-looking discussions. In the short term, we enacted various steps like executive and talent salary reductions, furloughs and budget cuts, and we implemented innovative operations and production approaches, all in an effort to weather the COVID storm.”Also Read: ESPN’s SVP of Digital Content Departs to Become COO of BetMGM“We have, however, reached an inflection point. The speed at which change is occurring requires great urgency, and we must now deliver on serving sports fans in a myriad of new ways. Placing resources in support of our direct-to-consumer business strategy, digital and, of course, continued innovative television experiences, is more critical than ever.”Pitaro told staff ESPN has “overcome tremendous challenges and adversity over these past several months” and that the job eliminations “were not made lightly.”“They are, however, necessary and I am convinced that we will move forward and effectively navigate this unprecedented disruption.”Also Read: Fall TV 2020: All the Premiere Dates for New and Returning Shows – So Far (Photos)Read Pitaro’s memo in full below.Dear colleagues,As you know, we value transparency in our internal dialogue, and that means in both good and challenging times. After much consideration, I have some difficult organizational decisions to share. We will be reducing our workforce, impacting approximately 300 valued team members, in addition to 200 open positions.Today is hard because ESPN has always been — and will always be — fortified by its fantastic people. Teamwork, dedication, spirit and grit have built this place and are what make ESPN special.Prior to the pandemic, we had been deeply engaged in strategizing how best to position ESPN for future success amidst tremendous disruption in how fans consume sports,” Pitaro added. “The pandemic’s significant impact on our business clearly accelerated those forward-looking discussions. In the short term, we enacted various steps like executive and talent salary reductions, furloughs and budget cuts, and we implemented innovative operations and production approaches, all in an effort to weather the COVID storm.We have, however, reached an inflection point. The speed at which change is occurring requires great urgency, and we must now deliver on serving sports fans in a myriad of new ways. Placing resources in support of our direct-to-consumer business strategy, digital and, of course, continued innovative television experiences, is more critical than ever.However, building a successful future in a changing world means facing hard choices. Making informed decisions about how and where we need to go — and, as always, in the most efficient way possible — is by far the most challenging job of any leadership team. And, while it must be done looking through a business lens, it also must be done with great respect and genuine concern for people.We are parting ways with some exceptional team members — so of whom have been here for a very long time — and all of whom have made important contributions to ESPN. We’re so very grateful for all they’ve meant to us, and I assure you we are taking steps to make their transitions easier.I am proud of the people at ESPN. Together, we have overcome tremendous challenges and adversity over these past several months and please know that the decisions and plans executed today were not made lightly. They are, however, necessary and I am convinced that we will move forward and effectively navigate this unprecedented disruption.Our Human Resources and Communications teams will continue to keep you posted on any updates, and you’ll be hearing more detail about our future direction in the next few weeks. In the meantime, if you have questions about anything outlined in this note, please do not hesitate to raise them with your leadership team or HR Business Partner.With gratitude,JimmyRead original story ESPN Slashes 500 Jobs in Major Cost-Cutting Move At TheWrap
This new car cloth can easily remove all the car scratches and dents from your car.
“I’m in an incredibly happy relationship,” says Patrick Duffy, who is starring in the upcoming Lifetime movie Once Upon a Main Street
CNN analysts discussed the possible impact Trump’s icy relationship with John McCain is having on the election in Arizona.
Pennsylvania AG Josh Shapiro said that Trump will lose the newest lawsuit just as he did the others, and that all votes will be counted.
4K resolution, Sceptre, Android TV
World news – THAT – Walmart just dropped the price of this stunning 50-inch 4K smart TV—save over 50 percent!