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You can win a 65-inch 4K TV* – CNET


This TV can be yours!

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We’re saying goodbye to 2019 by giving away a 65-inchTCL 6-Series! This TV won our Editors’ Choice this past October for having “excellent image quality, an affordable price and best-in-class Roku TV smarts.” The 6-Series also features 4K UHD resolution with QLED color technology, and Dolby Vision HDR. Check out our full review below.

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