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Kogan launches 55-inch 4K HDR QLED TV for $799.99 pre-sale price and free shipping

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What the 4K? Kogan has launched what it says is "the most affordable QLED TV" on the market, with a "quality viewing experience now made affordable" at 55-inches with HDR.

As Kogan notes, "a big issue with QLED TVs up until this point has been the price tag", and naturally follows up with the statement that it is "helping Aussies save thousands of dollars with the Kogan 55-inch 4K HDR QLED TV", with QLED standing for Quantum Dot Technology.

The man who knows "y" is Sergiy Bobrovnychyy, Kogan Director of Exclusive Brands, who said: "The innovation of QLED technology has transformed the way we watch TV, although with it’s notoriously high price point it’s not something the everyday Aussie has been able to afford.”

“We’re incredibly excited to enter the most affordable QLED TV to the market, and solve the problem Aussies face of sacrificing high quality viewing due to price".

Promising you'll become "mesmerised with the QLED technology", Kogan tells us that "resolution is an important aspect when choosing a new TV, and with Quantum Dot Technology (QLED) viewing has never been more beautiful. The Kogan QLED TV offers a HD 3840 × 2160 resolution at 60Hz, meaning the colours are so vivid it’s like the Aussie cricket team is hitting a six right into your living room".

We're also told that "brightness and details shine through with Kogan QLED TV’s intense contrast through High-Dynamic Range (HDR)".

So, what are the top features at your fingertips?

Well, we're promised that "convenience is at an all time high with the Kogan QLED TV, as you don’t even need to leave the couch to shift into 'Netflix n chill'. All your favourite services such as Netflix and Youtube are available at your fingertips.

"For those who live a busy lifestyle and may have missed who Bachie Matt gave his rose to, you can catch-up on all free-to-air channels such as 10 Play, SBS On Demand, ABC iview and 9Now".

So, Kogan is promising buyers will get all of the features, without the dent on the bank, and that's because the Kogan QLED 55" Smart HDR 4K TV is available for a special pre-sale price of $799.99 with free shipping, but we're reminded that "Aussies will need to move quickly as it’s only available at this price until 30 August".

Key features include:

  • 4K Ultra HD 3840 × 2160 resolution at 60Hz
  • Fullview, nearly bezel-less design for immersive viewing
  • Mesmerising colour reproduction with Quantum Dot Technology (QLED)
  • Intense contrast with High Dynamic Range (HDR)
  • Easy access buttons for Netflix and YouTube*
  • Catch up for free to air channels – 10 Play, SBS On Demand, ABC iview, 9Now and more!
  • App portal access for iflix, ErosNow, YuppTV, Toon Googles and more!
  • Screencast for Android and Windows 10 devices
  • Linux Smart OS, Wi-Fi and Lan connectivity
  • 2 x USB and 4 x HDMI ports

More details here

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