For Just $800, You Can Get an Xbox One S Halo Collection Bundle Along with LG 55″ Smart 4K TV Right Now
If you are planning to dump your current clumsy Xbox One console for its latest slimmer, sleeker counterpart, it is most probably because you have decided to make a shift to 4K from your standard 1080p resolution for movies and TV. Of course, you will have to furnish your home entertainment setup with a 4K display too, and if you don’t already have one, you need not to worry; electronics retailer Best Buy has got you covered with a deal that enables you to save big.
Best Buy is Offering a Special Labor Day Weekend Sale; Xbox One S 500GB Halo Collection Bundle With LG Smart 4K 55" TV for $800 Only
Starting today, Best Buy is offering a deal that those who are shopping for Microsoft’s latest Xbox One S console and a 4K TV should definitely consider. The retailer is offering a package that includes the 500GB Xbox One S Halo Collection Bundle along with a 55-inch Smart 4K Ultra HD TV for $800 only. This allows consumers to avail a savings of $300, says Best Buy. You can head over to the product page here right now to learn more about the deal and order it. The deal ends coming Saturday, September 10.
In addition to 4K content streaming, Microsoft’s newer version of its eighth generation video game console offers players to experience games in HDR, which means the upcoming Gears of War 4 would look a little better on Xbox One S compared to the standard Xbox One. If you don’t already know, HDR is short for high dynamic range, and TVs that support HDR deliver brighter and more accurate visual content in terms of colors. NBA 2K17, Forza Horizon 3, and Scalebound are some of the other games that support HDR.
This LG Smart 4K Ultra HD TV could prove to be very useful in future as well, if you decide to experience true 4K console gaming experience that Microsoft’s upcoming mid-generational hardware upgrade to Xbox One has to offer. The platform holder has already said that Project Scorpio is only “for the person who’s got a 4K television,” and if you don’t have one, you should rather just stick to your old console.
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