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This 120Hz LG OLED bridges the gap between TV and gaming monitor and is $200 off

Gaming in your living room often means putting up with a TV that can't quite live up to the standards set by your average gaming monitor. Refresh rate, response time, frame rate sync technology; these are all things that would usually be on the sacrificial pyre of big-screen gaming from the comfort of your sofa. With the LG OLED C1, though, that's a whole different story, and it's currently on offer at Amazon.
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LG C1 OLED TV Review_

The LG C1 OLED TV is a mid-range 4K HDR OLED TV released in February 2021. Thanks to its organic LED display, it can deliver better black levels and contrast than LCD, Quantum Dot, and even mini LED TVs. It also has a near-instantaneous response time. Even though the C1 OLED doesn’t feature LG’s Evo panel, it is very well positioned for gamers because of the low input lag. It also boasts LG’s WebOS UI for a fluid experience. If you want to learn more about reviewers’ opinions, continue reading our LG C1 OLED review below, and see how it holds up compared to the highest rated TVs available today.
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Grab an LG OLED TV for under $900 this Cyber Monday

If you’ve been waiting to buy a new TV, there’s no better time to do so than during the Cyber Monday sales. You get a variety of products to choose from with big discounts which means you can pick up a premium product at a lower than usual price. The LG A1 Series 48-inch TV is one such product. OLED TVs are regarded to be one of the best and most premium TVs out there in terms of picture quality. The contrast and saturation levels that you get with an OLED TV are unmatched. They are, of course, generally on the more expensive side when compared to a generic LED or QLED TV. However, thanks to Cyber Monday deals, the LG A1 OLED 48-inch 4K TV is down to just $899 — $300 lesser than the MSRP of $1,199. The 55-inch variant of the TV is also on sale, but this 48-inch version is one of the cheapest OLED TVs that you can buy.
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The LG 70-inch NanoCell 75 Series 4K TV is down to $750 for Cyber Monday

TVs are one of the most popular purchases for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, and we even have a dedicated Black Friday TV Deals roundup. Depending on your budget and needs, there’s a good TV to find for everyone. If you are looking for a larger TV and do not want to go for an Android TV or a Samsung TV, the 70-inch LG NanoCell 75 Series 4K TV is down to $750 on Best Buy for Cyber Monday, a good $450 off its $1,200 MSRP.
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Cruelty-Free Holiday Shopping Trend Boosts Calls to Ban Fur Farms

NYC #MakeFurFarmsHistory Protest at Canadian Consulate. NYC #MakeFurFarmsHistory Protest at Canadian Consulate. Real Fur: New Documentary Has Consumers Ditching Fur Trim Forever. Use this QR code to find the link you prefer to download the FREE UnChainedTV APP. As the world's top designers and America's biggest department stores ditch fur,...
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This superb Samsung Neo QLED is almost half-price for Black Friday

This an absolute crackerjack of a deal on an excellent and brand new Samsung Neo QLED 4K TV for Black Friday. The Samsung QE65QN94A is currently available for £1699 over at John Lewis & Partners. While that may still look a lot, when it first went on sale this year, it was priced at £2899. That’s a huge saving of £1200 from its original price.
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LG A1 OLED TV is selling for less than $1000 this Black Friday

Black Friday is the best time to buy a new TV. During this period, deals are spurting across all the major retailers across the United States, including Best Buy, Walmart, Amazon, Target, and many others. And if you're seriously considering buying an LG TV this Black Friday, check out this amazing deal that is available on LG's A1 OLED TV series.
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40 best Black Friday TV deals under $500 to shop before they sell out

If your television isn't up to par with your viewing preferences — whether it's too small or lacking your favorite streaming apps ​​— it can feel like a real inconvenience. But one of the biggest deterrents to buying a new television is price, as most can easily set you back upwards of $800.
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The LG A1 Series 55-inch Smart TV can be your first OLED TV for under $1100

If you’ve been waiting to buy a new TV, there’s no better time to do so than during Black Friday sales. You get a variety of products to choose from with big discounts which means you can pick up a premium product at a lower than usual price. The LG A1 Series 55-inch TV is one such product. OLED TVs are regarded to be one of the best and most premium TVs out there in terms of picture quality. The contrast and saturation levels that you get with an OLED TV are unmatched. They are, of course, generally on the more expensive side when compared to a generic LED or QLED TV. However, thanks to Black Friday sales, the LG A1 OLED 55-inch 4K TV is down to $1,096 — more than $200 lesser than the MSRP of $1,299.
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Free ad-supported service Tubi launches on LG Smart TVs

Tubi, the free ad-supported streaming service, is now available on LG OLED and LCD TVs in the US, Canada, Mexico and Australia. Tubi offers access to 35,000 movies and TV shows, plus a few originals and local channels, free of charge with ads. It is a so-called AVOD (ad-supported video on demand) service that competes with IMDb TV, Pluto TV, Roku Channel, and Peacock (free version). Tubi is now available on LG's webOS-based Smart TVs from the launcher bar or content store. It did not confirm which webOS versions are supported. Titles will soon be included in search results on LG's webOS too.
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LG Bringing NVIDIA GeForce Now To Select TVs This Week

In January, LG announced that it’s bringing NVIDIA’s GeForce Now cloud gaming service to its TV, and now it’s finally here, albeit in the form of a beta. GeForce Now lets users play PC games on other devices via the cloud, and with the TV brand’s new webOS app, users will be able to play these games on a bigger screen.
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Happy ThanksVEGAN - Plant-Based Tofurky Gobbles Up Market Share!

HOLLYWOOD, Calif., Nov. 25, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Tofurky has been around for four decades and, in that time, has seen explosive growth, with sales increasing 20% in just one recent year. Americans are turning to plant-based alternatives to turkey in droves. Yahoo Finance cites the explosive growth of the plant-based...
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LG Launches Peleton App On LG Smart TVs

LG Electronics USA (LG) announced the launch of the Peloton App on LG Smart TVs in the US including its lineup of award-winning LG OLED TVs. The Peloton App provides access to thousands of Peloton classes anytime, anywhere, with or without equipment. Peloton uses a combination of technology, content and...
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LG to bring NVIDIA GeForce NOW cloud gaming to webOS smart TVs

LG Electronics (LG) announced a partnership with NVIDIA to be the first TV manufacturer to develop a Smart TV app of GeForce NOW, the premier cloud game-streaming service for LG TVs running webOS. Boasting large screen sizes, lifelike picture quality and high refresh rates, LG’s OLED TVs are a perfect match for GeForce NOW. Currently available on NVIDIA SHIELD, Windows PC, macOS, Chrome OS, Android and Safari browser for iPhone and iPad, GeForce NOW allows gamers to start playing on their LG TVs and continue on nearly any device they own.
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