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There's been a rush of new TVs announced over the last few weeks. And while new hardware is great, it's especially handy because it means the prices on last year's models get a healthy discount.

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Whenever I think 'OLED', I think $$$$$. Whenever I think Hisense, I think 'cost-effective'. So what might happen if those two things were to collide? We're about to find out, as Hisense Australia has announced a brand spanking new OLED TV for the AU Market, to land alongside its already available ULED 4K TV models.

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TCL's latest mid-range C2 LED television gives you just about everything you could want from a TV at a surprisingly reasonable price, in five different screen sizes.

You get Android TV, with built-in Netflix and Stan apps and Chromecast, HDR video support and an integrated soundbar. So why wouldn't you buy it?

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Samsung's The Frame is a TV that's just as much a piece of art as it is a television. Switch it on and it's a 4K Ultra HD; switch it off and it'll display any of hundreds of pieces of art. And Samsung's just announced a smaller 43-inch version, that interests me a lot more than the existing 55-inch and 65-inch versions.

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They say size matters - and when it comes to TVs, that adage definitely holds true. If 65 inches just isn't cutting it anymore, Kogan has an offer that's well worth checking out.

For a limited time, you can get its gargantuan 75-inch 4K LED TV for just $1999. That's like, 25 bucks an inch! Here are the details.

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It's that time of year when manufacturers are cycling out old TVs for their latest ones. And that means you can get some pretty solid deals on end-of-life models, like this 65" 4K Sony TV with HDR support.

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Earlier today I asked people: have you upgraded to 4K yet? The most common reason against upgrading was down to the cost, which I can completely understand.

However, if you are looking to upgrade your TV and cost is a concern, Kogan has a TV that's ... well, it's really bloody cheap.

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There are a lot of reasons to game on a PC instead of a console. The ability to upgrade your game machine on your own time and in accordance with your own budget is a big advantage. The improved performance -- due to the sheer power of new PC hardware -- is another. According to Gamasutra, Kevin Gammill, Group Program Manager for Xbox, seems to think another, very cool feature of PC gaming is about to come to television gaming: Variable refresh rate.

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LG (currently) has the monopoly on OLED screens, and for good reason - the technology is notoriously expensive and difficult to engineer. But the results? Genuinely the closest you will get to a high-quality cinema experience in the home.

But after spending the night with LG's latest OLED range, I'd say it's even better.

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QLED is Samsung's name for its latest quantum dot LED-backlit TVs, and QLED means business. Samsung is promising black levels that you'd only otherwise expect to see on a top-of-the-line OLED TV, and colours that are not only incredibly vibrant and bright, but also accurate. The Q8 is a $4500-plus screen that'll make your Netflix sessions look amazing.