After launching its own TV model a few months ago, Amazon is promoting it with a sale price of $299 | KWKT

Its latest foray into home entertainment, the Amazon Fire TV Omni Series is also the first Amazon-branded 4K TV. It has a mission similar to many of the company’s electronic devices: it’s simple to set up and offers good performance at a low price. Although it launched late last year, Amazon hasn’t promoted it too much so far, putting it on sale for just $299.

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Spring is a great time to hunt for deals on TVs, as the latest high-end versions of the calendar year have been released, bringing prices down for year-old, mid-range and entry-level models. of range. More importantly, however, is the fact that the NCAA Tournament, also known as March Madness, begins on March 13 and ends on April 4.

The best way to enjoy March Madness is with a 4K TV which provides consistent colors and strong contrast so you can see clearly and enjoy the action. You’ll need your home TV ready for game time without breaking the bank, which makes the Amazon Fire TV Omni series a great low-cost, quality option.

  • Easy to use: Like many Amazon products, the Omni Series TV has a practical design. There’s no complicated setup process or confusing settings to wade through.
  • Very affordable: On sale for $300, there aren’t many others that can match the value.

Amazon 55 inch version

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  • A range of sizes: While the 43-inch version is inexpensive, larger models like the 55 inch version are also among the cheapest offers in their size category.
  • Versatile display quality: The Omni Series Vertical Alignment Panel is fantastic for sports while also being great for TV shows and even a budget home theatre.
  • Interesting features: Some aspects of the Fire TV are subtle but still significant, like low input latency for video games, convenient hands-free Alexa control, and motion interpolation that’s especially great for watching sports.
  • Limited image adjustments: Unfortunately, it doesn’t allow for custom calibration, so color accuracy won’t be 100% accurate.
  • Viewing angles are not the best: While its VA panel allows for high contrast and good black levels, it does start to wash out when viewed at an angle.

TCL S435

TCL S435

This is TCL’s official entry-level range and remains one of the best deals for 4K TVs. Apart from its low cost, it is also known for its very user-friendly operating system.

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Vizio V505-J9

Vizio V505-J9

The Vizio brings high-end features like Dolby Vision and Auto Low Latency Game Mode to the picture. Nevertheless, it is cheaper than most competitors.

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Hisense A6G

Hisense A6G

This is another to use an IPS panel with wide viewing angles, ideal for watching the game with a large group.

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Insignia Class F20 HDTV

Insignia Class F20 HDTV

If you want a crisp, clean picture but don’t have a lot of space and want to save some cash, consider this 32-inch 1080p model.

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