TCL S3750/FP110 series (Roku TV) review

This Black Friday and holiday season you can buy any number of dirt-cheap TVs, and many of them might even cost a few bucks less than Roku TVs made by TCL. The 32-inch version sells for an almost unbelievably inexpensive $125 at Walmart, for example, but some Black Friday deals are even cheaper.

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I’d still take the Roku TV, however. To stream Netflix and other stuff to one of those other TVs you’ll probably have to connect an external device like a Chromecast or Roku Express, and eat into the savings by at least $30. Even if you have a streamer already (like a game console), you’ll have to juggle a second remote. The whole arrangement can’t match the simplicity and range of apps offered by a Roku TV.

The fact that you don’t have to connect an external streaming device, combined with their dirt-cheap prices, makes TCL’s Roku TVs our go-to ultrabudget budget pick at modest screen sizes this year.

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