Below a Benjamin: The 5 Best TVs Around $100 (Yes, Really!)

The 5 Best TVs Around $100
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* Sharp TVs that won’t break the bank
* Choose from mounted displays, wall-mounted options and more
* Sizes range between 19 and 32 inches

Sure, the latest high-end 50-inch TVs might cost upwards of $1000, but it’s 2019, and you can (finally) snag a decent HD TV for a fraction of what they used to cost. In fact, we rounded up five of the most popular and highest-rated TVs on Amazon that cost around $100.

Don’t believe us? See for yourself below.

1. Element 19-inch

While it probably won’t blow your mind in terms of sheer image quality, this HDTV comes with a reputable 1366 x 768 resolution and features built-in video tone resolution to help improve audio and video quality. It also comes with its own stand, which really makes it a great deal for the price.

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2. Insignia 24-inch

Enjoy beautiful 720p picture quality with incredibly rich colors and built-in Fire TV. With Alexa on your side, you can easily and quickly access all your favorite channels and apps. It also comes with three HDMI output options.

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3. Element 32-inch

Prefer something a little bigger? You got it! This 32-inch TV comes with a panel resolution of 1366 x 768 and features built-in 3D video noise reduction. It also sports a dynamic contrast ratio of 1000:1. Not bad for the price.

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4. Sceptre 24-inch

Featuring a crystal clear 24-inch high-res screen, this sleek TV comes mount-ready and features both an HDMI outlet and USB port for added connectivity. It also sports high-contrast picture quality.

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5. LG 24-inch

Last but not least, this stellar 24-inch TV features 720p HD resolution for impeccable picture quality. It also includes a powerful 60Hz refresh rate to help capture more action and more images. You can keep it on the stand or mount it to your wall.

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