This week's best TV deals pack a variety of LCDs for every budget and need. For big-screen aficionados, we have an Editors' Choice 60" Samsung complete with built-in WiFi and Smart TV support. We've also found a killer deal on the 47" LG 47LB6300, which uses the company's highly-rated webOS interface. Finally, we've got deals on a budget 39" 4K TV and a bargain bin 32" 720p set.
Samsung 60" 120Hz 1080p LED-Backlit LCD HD Television
Price: $895 via coupon code "BIGTIME" with free shipping
Lowest By: $1,299
Is It Worth It?: If you want a TV with today's best features, the Editors' Choice Samsung UN60FH6200FXZA is currently at its cheapest price of the year. The 60" LED-backlit LCD offers 1080p resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, built-in WiFi, and SmartTV Internet apps (including Vudu, Hulu Plus, Netflix, and more). For a TV this size, we're disappointed to see it only has two HDMI inputs, but users who need more inputs can remedy that with an external HDMI switch.
LG 46.9" 1080p WiFi IPS LED-Backlit LCD HD Television
Store: Fry's Electronics
Price: $479 in-cart with in-store pickup
Lowest By: $220
Expires: September 18
Is It Worth It?: The 47" LG 47LB6300 is built around LG's webOS interface, which Engadget calls "the best smart TV UI we've ever used." Quick and responsive, webOS lets you customize your home screen to access the apps you use the most. The TV also comes with LG's Magic Remote, a wand-like controller that lets you change channels with the wave of your hand. In terms of features, this Editors' Choice TV packs a 1080p resolution, LED backlight, built-in WiFi, LG Smart TV with Netflix, Hulu Plus, and Amazon Instant Video, web browser, and three HDMI inputs.
LG 55" 120Hz 1080p LED-Backlit LCD HD Television bundled with a $250 Dell eGift Card
Store: Best Buy
Price: $699 with free shipping
Lowest By: $149
Is It Worth It?: "For budget shoppers, or as a secondary TV, this series cuts out frills and leaves mostly good stuff," says Reviewed. And although the LG 55LN5400 doesn't boast the same specs as its bigger 60" sibling, this 55" TV should satisfy budget shoppers with its 1080p resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, and two HDMI ports. Even better, it comes with a $250 Dell gift card.
Seiki 39" 4K 120Hz 2160p LED-Backlit LCD Ultra HD Television
Price: $339 with free shipping
Lowest By: $32
Is It Worth It?: While some may argue that the SE39UY04 is too small to benefit from a 4K screen, there's no denying that it's the cheapest 4K HDTV we've seen. It features a 3840x2160 resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, LED backlight, USB connectivity, and three HDMI ports. But while PC Mag says it boasts an "impressive contrast ratio," they also say it suffers from "skewed colors" and "poor shadow details."
Westinghouse 32" 720p LED HD Television
Store: Best Buy via eBay
Price: $169.99 with free shipping
Lowest By: $30
Is It Worth It?: Want to spend the least amount of money on a new TV? The $170 Westinghouse DWM32H1Y1 is as cheap as it gets maxing out at 720p resolution. The 32" TV also packs LED backlighting and three HDMI ports.