Apple’s iPhone lineup has gotten more and more capable over the years, but it’s also gotten more expensive. In fact, a new top-tier 256GB iPhone 7 Plus costs $969. Can you believe that? Almost $1,000 for an iPhone! And rumors suggest that the new iPhone 8 might cost even more than $1,000, which would be crazy. But don’t worry, there are still some products out there that offer performance and value, and the Sceptre U658CV-UMC U 65″ 4K LED Ultra HDTV is a perfect example. This well-reviewed TV has a beautiful display and plenty of connectors, and it’s on sale on Amazon right now for less than the cost of an iPhone.

Here are some key details from the product page:

  • Superior 4K Picture Enter an unrivaled world of color variation, impressive contrasts, and image detail with 4K resolution (3840 x 2160). Sceptre 4K delivers a superior picture with 8 million pixels, four times more than a 1080P Full HDTV.
  • 4K-UHD Upscaling Enjoy all your videos with UHD upscaling. With an advanced video chipset, Standard Definition (SD), High Definition (HD), or Full High Definition (FHD) will be vividly enhanced to 4k resolution.
  • MEMC 120 With a MEMC 120 (Motion Estimation and Motion Compensation), all action-packed sequences will flow smoothly from frame to frame for the ultimate experience. Enjoy every moment of all your sports, games, and movies with action.
  • HDMI 2.0 Connect all your favorite UHD devices- game consoles, Blu-ray devices, laptops- and stream up to 60 frames a second. HDMI 2.0 ensures you get the best picture and audio quality from your 4K display.
  • HDCP 2.2 Ensures that all the 4K content that is transferred from a source (Blu-Ray player, DVD player, etc.) to the display (the TV) is secured with copyright protection. Sceptre is compliant with HDCP 2.2 on all of its 4K UHD TVs.

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