This 60″ Samsung TV is over $300 off at Walmart

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Whether you dig nature shows or just appreciate naturally awesome picture quality, you’ve found your next TV. (Photo: Walmart)

It’s May! That means warmer temps, more sunshine and longer days. That, in turn, means we’re all a bit more focused on outdoor activities. Of course, we get it. But don’t let your spring fever have you neglecting your indoor entertainment game. For one, you’ll still have to endure your share of rainy days that’ll have you ensconced on the couch. Also: There’s still nighttime to deal with, when many of us get into TV-binge or movie-night mode. And, as sports fans know, this is a pretty hot time of year, what with baseball season and NHL and NBA playoffs in full swing.

All of which is to say: You need a new TV! Specifically, you need this Samsung 60″ Class 4K Crystal UHD (2160p) LED Smart TV. Why? Because it’s awesome (more about that later), but also because it’s currently over $300 off at Walmart right now — just $659, down from $999.

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$659 $999 at Walmart

Okay, about that awesomeness: In the even that you’re not clear on what “4K” means, well, it means that this set’s picture delivers four times the resolution of Full HD (apparently it’s not so “full” after all). And it’s resolution is eye-popping in more ways than one: Samsung’s patented PurColor technology displays and sharpens every dang hue on the spectrum.

And if you think buying one of these means going upscale, that’s true in more ways than one: This set’s Crystal processor will “upscale” older or less well-defined programming to a 4K standard. Love watching repeats of 60s and 70s sitcoms? Got a Turner Classic Movies fanatic in the house? Well, you’ve never seen Herman Munster, Jim Rockford or Humphrey Bogart look this good!

Are you more of a streaming aficianado? Well, Samsung’s Tizen operating system makes accessing all your fave services a breeze, while its universal guide will curate your fave content and make it available to you with the click of a button.

Is there a gamer in the house? They’ll love Auto Game Mode, which automatically optimizes the screen and minimizes input lag, putting them in full control of the action.

$659 $999 at Walmart

Side view of the Samsung 60

Here’s a side view, in the event that Dad’s hogging the couch again and you’re watching from an angle. great, huh? So: Next time, call dibs on the center seat! (Photo: Walmart)

Lest you think we’re the only ones impressed with this TV, get a load of what some of its five-star reviewers had to say:

“The picture is amazingly crisp and clear. Wireless internet connection is super easy. Has multiple preloaded apps and also has others you can download too, which is great for those of us who still have cable and would rather have an app to install for service rather than the need to have another set-top box.”

“We wanted a larger TV for our living room and decided on the Samsung with Crystal UHD. The quality is unmatched in my book — it’s literally like you are in the show with whoever you’re watching.”

“The best quality picture on any TV i have ever owned. setup was simple and it walks you through each step…. I have added a few apps and there are many many more I can still add if i choose to do so. I have it linked to my iPhone 11 and I watch a lot of You Tube videos off the phone on the TV. If you are looking for a quality made TV with an outstanding picture, look no farther.”

What they said! Look no further!

$659 $999 at Walmart

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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