The LG C1 Series 4K TV is now discounted in the US, where customers can save US$800 on the 65-in model at Best Buy. The OLED device supports Dolby Vision IQ and Dolby Atmos, and has AI 4K Upscaling technology. Gaming features include a 120 Hz refresh rate, 1 ms response time and HDMI eARC port.
The LG C1 65-in 4K Smart OLED TV is currently discounted in the US. You can now buy the device at the LG store for US$1,499.99, saving US$800 off the typical retail price of US$2,299.99. The same offer is also available at Best Buy. The C1 Series Ultra HD TV is a self-lighting OLED model with natural colors and perfect blacks. The picture is also highly detailed, and the gadget supports AI 4K Upscaling.
You can turn off any motion smoothing with Filmmaker mode, and the gadget supports Dolby Vision IQ and Dolby Atmos technologies. For gaming, the device has a 120 Hz refresh rate, with Game Optimizer mode, and support for G-Sync and FreeSync, VRR and ALLM. Plus, you can connect to the TV via ports such as HDMI eARC with a 1 ms response time. The TV has a built-in 40 W sound system, and you can wirelessly connect to external Bluetooth speakers for a 360° audio experience. Plus, you can control the device with Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa voice commands.
You can also save US$200 on the 48-in model at the LG store, purchasing the gadget for US$1,099.99. The larger 83-in model is discounted by US$1,500, costing US$3,999.99 at present. It is unclear how long these deals will run.
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Polly Allcock, 2022-12- 5 (Update: 2022-12- 5)