If you are currently looking for a particularly large television, you should not miss this offer on Amazon. There is currently the LG 75NANO809PA with NanoCell technology, IPS panel and HDMI 2.0 at the absolute top price. We have the details for you.

Amazon: 75-inch TV from LG at a reduced rate

If you don’t want to buy the cheapest TV, but also don’t want to buy an expensive OLED TV from LG, this NanoCell model can be just the right thing for you. The device has a IPS-Panel and many modern technologies that are otherwise only found in more expensive models. With the LG 75NANO809PA, Amazon has just such a television for just 899 Euro (View listing on Amazon). Other dealers ask for about 235 euros more. To get the price, you have to enter the price below the offer price Tick ​​at “Rredeem discount voucher”.. There are no shipping costs.

LG 75NANO809PA TV (75 inch)LG 75NANO809PA TV (75 inch)

LG 75NANO809PA TV (75 inch)

Instead of 1,099 euros: 4K NanoCell television with IPS panel, 189 cm screen diagonal, local dimming, Active HDR and 60 Hz. Redeem a discount voucher and save 200 euros.

The price may be higher now. Price from 09/21/2022 00:53

What can LG’s NanoCell TV do?

With the 75NANO809PA you basically get a high-end television – only without an OLED display – at an affordable price. The 75 inch screen generated by the NanoCell-Technologie a great picture, which is also very bright. Only the refresh rate is included 60 Hz in conjunction with HDMI 2.0 not the best technology available, but perfectly adequate for most use cases.

What LG’s NanoCell technology brings:

Otherwise you get everything you would expect from a modern smart TV with the LG 75NANO809PA. The device has a powerful quad core 4K processor integrated, which drives webOS 6.0 as the operating system. All well-known streaming services can be called up with the television. All classic TV channels can also be received with the triple tuner. So all in all a great TV if you don’t want to spend a lot of money on a model with an OLED display and 120 Hz.

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