[Review] LG 55UN7300PUF: The Best 55-inch Budget TV Period

LG 55UN7300PUF: review
  • 55-inch panel with 4K resolution
  • WebOS platform
  • Alexa and Google Assistant integrated
  • Triple HDR support (HDR, HLG, and HDR10)
  • The screen is not IPS
  • The Sound Quality is not great
Gone are the days when, to enjoy the many benefits that smart TVs bring, it was necessary to invest a considerable sum of money. Now it's easier than ever to own a big-screen TV with state of the art software and thousands of hours of content at your fingertips. 

Proof of that is LG's UN7300PUF lineup, a series of smart TV's that have managed to captivate the American buyer and climb to the top of the sales charts thanks to its impressive specs and unbeatable price-quality ratio

Just a few days ago we talked in-depth about its other models, the 43 inch LG 43UN7300PUF and its even bigger sized brother the LG 65UN7300PUF. However, today, as if written by Goldilocks herself, we're here to talk about a size that's "just right" for most of us, the 55- inch LG 55UN7300PUF

A model that its buyers praise thanks to its simplicity of use provided by its intelligent LG Magic Remote, the sharp image quality delivered by its 4K (UHD) screen, its extensive connectivity options that range from WiFi 5 to Airplay 2, as well as the assortment of pre-installed apps that come by default with the compelling WebOS platform. 

[Review] LG 43UN7300PUF: The Smart TV for Most Of Us

LG 43UN7300PUF: review
  • 43 inch 4K display
  • webOS operating system
  • Magic Remote compatibility
  • Integrated voice assistants
  • Bluetooth 5.0 + Wi-Fi 5 and Airplay 2 Support
  • Sound quality can be improved 
We’ve already talked in-depth about the LG 65UN7300PUF, a smart TV that has managed to take the market by storm through a very simple strategy; deliver a big-sized smart TV with high-end features at a popular price point.

 That said, this isn’t the only model to comprise LG’s UN7300 lineup, and today we take on the task of tackling its little brother, the LG43UN7300PUF, a model that’s managed to garner quite a gathering thanks to its following of the same basic principles respected by the 65-inch model; being a very affordable smart TV with novel features.

Amongst said features, this TV stands out thanks to its filmmaker mode, its who,what,where smart function, its crisp image, and gaming mode which will undoubtedly seduce you as well. Without further ado, let's get on with this review of the LG 43UN7300PUF and see if this TV has what it takes to make it onto your living room.

[Review] LG 65UN7300PUF: The SmartTV for 99% of us

LG 65UN7300PUF: review
  • 4K UHD 65-inch screen
  • WebOS software with voice control
  • Integrated voice assistants
  • Connectivity Wi-Fi 5 + BT 5.0 + HDMI
  • Sound quality can be improved
Not everyone needs a state of the art TV set with the latest - and most expensive - tech. Some people will simply look for a big-screen TV that has a solid picture quality, up to date screen resolution (AKA 4k), and the benefits of a smartTV ecosystem. 

For such an audience LG has carved a name for themselves with its very successful UN7300 lineup which features TV's that range from 43 to 65-inches and offer some very interesting specs, a good image quality, ample connectivity, and an extremely competitive price that easily rivals its more expensive QLED or OLED competitors. 

Today we're here to take a look at the biggest model within this series, the LG 65UN7300PUF, and figure out if its excellent online rep is warranted and if you should buy this affordable smart TV or if you'd be better served looking elsewhere. 

[Review] TCL 50S535: (Possibly) The Best Budget QLED 4K TV

TCL 50S535: analysis

  • 50-inch screen with 4K resolution
  • Compatible with virtual assistants (Google Assistant & Alexa)
  • Dolby Vision support
  • Wi-Fi 5 wireless connectivity
  • No Bluetooth 
  • Only one USB input

Getting a TV set with cinema-like picture quality has literally never been more affordable than it is today. With so many interesting proposals it's easy to get lost in the sea of options and technical terms. It's with that in mind that today we've taken the liberty to review the newest TCL 50S535 of the latest TCL 5 series

TCL's latest venture onto the mid-range has managed to quickly stand out when we look at its competitors by delivering some top-notch features such as a QLED display, 4K resolution, and the integration of the ever more popular Dolby Vision technology, all at an extremely adjusted price point. But, is this your next TV? Let's get on with this review to figure that out.

[Review] TCL 55R635: Possibly the Best QLED TV You Can Buy

TCL 55R635: analysis

  • 55-inch 4K Mini LED panel 
  • Integrated Roku TV multimedia software
  • Compatible with Google Assistant and Alexa
  • Wi-Fi 5 , HDMI, and USB
  • Tight viewing angles
  • Does not have Bluetooth
In the history of humanity getting an affordable TV set that delivers cinema-like quality has never been easier. It used to be that only the most affluent could afford big TV sets with high-quality image and the rest of us were stuck with the lesser versions of these TV sets. 

However, thanks to the rising of some very interesting low-cost brands such as TCL and Hisense we're seeing more and more incredible Smart TV's at really competitive prices. 

Today, we're here to talk in-depth about one such TV sets; the TCL 55R635 of the TCL Series 6 family. We've recently reviewed this series's slightly bigger model (65-inches), the TCL 65R635, but the 55-inch set we're going to cover today arrives at a significantly more competitive price point yet it brings to the table the same outstanding features and image quality you get from its older sibling making it one of the few good things that 2020 has brought us. 

Without further ado, let's find out why this smart TV has managed to amass such stellar reviews and climb through the charts and top the 100 best-selling TV's more times than we can count. 

[Review] TCL 65R635: Excellent for Gamers and Everyone Else


TCL 65R635: analysis
  • 65-inch all-screen design
  • 4K UHD resolution HDR10 support
  • Integrated voice control function
  • Compatible with VESA mounts
  • Does not have Bluetooth
  • Sound quality could be improved
Although a few years back it was necessary to have a significant sum of money to enjoy the benefits of a quality smartTV, the truth is that brands like TCL, Hisense, and the likes have really shaken things up in that regard, by bringing smart TV's with high-end features to the masses. 

Thus, in this review of the recently released TCL 6 series model, the TCL 65R635 we can afford to review all the features of a brand new 65-inch 4K Smart TV that, from the outset, boasts a very reasonable price point when you realize everything it brings to the table.

It is also supported by numerous positive comments, where users highlight the sharpness, high contrast, and colors of its 4K screen, the ease of its interface powered by its Roku software as well as the elegance it delivers to the living room, thanks to its slim frame design.

[Review] Hisense 43H5500G: A Nice Full HD Smart TV

Hisense 43H5500G: review
  • 43-inch display with Full HD resolution
  • Integrated Android TV platform
  • Integrated Google Assistant
  • Bluetooth and Wi-Fi
  • Not compatible with AirPlay 2
  • The panel is not 4K nor IPS
With an outstanding trajectory behind it, the Chinese manufacturer Hisense has renewed its catalog of low-cost Smart TVs, with 32, 40, and 43-inch televisions aimed at an audience that is not so demanding when it comes to enjoying the most popular multimedia platforms and don't need features such as a 4K panel or Airplay TV.

With that in mind, today we've opted to review the Hisense 43H5500G, the largest model within the H55 lineup, a 43-inch smart TV that has taken the market by storm thanks to its competitive price point and rave reviews from buyers. But, should you but it? Is it your next TV? That's what we're here to help you figure out!