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    Best 40" HDTV with apps?

    This is a discussion on Best 40" HDTV with apps? within the DTV | HDTV Chat forums, part of the Over-the-Air (Antenna TV) category.

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      Looking for the best 40" HDTV to buy this month. Anyone have opinions?

      I definitely want 1080p, internet apps, and a quick refresh rate for gaming.

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      I'd say get a Samsung UN40EH6000 for 0 and a Roku XS for streaming and apps. I know the Samsung doesn't have built-in access to wi-fi or apps, but I think having the Roku and being able to update it or upgrade to a different unit down the line is more beneficial.
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      If you're buying this month, check out clearance sales. Stores are blowing out last years models at ridiculous prices now that the Superbowl is over - my local Wal Mart has lots of brand name TVs of all types and sizes. Try to stick with well known names like Samsung, Sony, Panasonic, Vizio, and LG.

      And I agree with Thomas G - Get a good deal on a good TV without concern for the internet features, and buy a $50 Roku LT. It's far more flexible than a "smart" TV.


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