Super Bowl 2021 won’t stream in 4K, but these TV deals are still worth it

In news that’s likely to be devastating to people who are looking for any and all reasons to upgrade their TV, CBS announced that Super Bowl LV won’t be broadcast in 4K HDR. The decision was made because of complications caused by the pandemic. This likely isn’t going over too well with all of the TV manufacturers that use the Super Bowl as the moment to clear out 2020 models at a big discount. But there are other reasons to seize these deals while they’re around.

There’s more 4K content than ever, with HBO Max’s Wonder Woman 1984 being one of the big new releases to support 4K HDR. One of the TVs mentioned below has HDMI 2.1 ports, giving it the ability to display certain PS5 and Xbox Series X games at 4K resolution with up to 120 frames per second.

If you’re not into TVs, though, we’ve included a few other deals for you.

Check out these great 4K TV deals

Vizio’s 65-inch P-Series Quantum X (pictured above) is about $330 off its usual price right now at a few retailers. This model sits near the top of the company’s TV offerings, and its specs also put it near the top of what you can get in a QLED 4K TV right now. It features 384 local dimming zones for great contrast, and for gamers, its HDMI 2.1 support will let you get the most out of your Xbox Series X, PS5, or PC built with a recent Nvidia RTX graphics card.

Vizio P-Series Quantum X

$1,200 $1,530 22% off

Prices taken at time of publishing.

Vizio’s P-Series Quantum X is a high-end QLED TV that will showcase your sports, games, and movies in spectacular fashion. It’s loaded with 384 local dimming zones for better contrast, and its HDMI 2.1 ports make it a solid choice for 4K120Hz gaming.

$1,200 at B&H Photo $1,080 at Sam’s Club (membership req’d)

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