The 3 Best 4K HDR TVs Under $2,000 for Mid-to-Late 2016

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This blog has always been a reflection of my life’s intersection with technology. Because of that, I tend to write about things that I am interested in or considering buying myself (in this case I recently purchased a 4K HDR Samsung TV). As I was researching the best new TVs — and as I read the specs of the upcoming Xbox One S with it’s HDR gaming capability — I realized I wanted not just a 4K Ultra-High Definition (UHD) TV, but an HDR TV as well.

People said that 3D was going to be a big deal. It wasn’t. People said that 4K was going to blow us away. The difference compared to 1080P HD wasn’t quite all that it was cracked up to be (though, of course, it is better — and I film all of my videos for DailyTekk in 4K). Then people said HDR was actually going to matter. And I think last statement is actually true.

If you didn’t know already, HDR stands for High Dynamic Range. You might recognize those three letters from your phone which may be capable of taking HDR photos. While it stands for the same thing, the results are actually quite different between HDR photos on your phone and HDR video on the latest TVs. HDR video makes a very noticeable difference when it comes ...

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