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LG has announced a limited-time promotion offering a $100 credit towards streaming and gaming sites, including Prime Video, Hulu, Showtime, Sling and XBOX with the purchase of LG OLED BX 4K TVs and some LG NanoCell LCD 4K TVs (80, 81, 85 Series). The offer is available now through January 17th, 2021 via LG.com and its authorized dealers.

LG OLED TVs include self-lit pixels for delivering deep blacks, realistic colors and ‘infinite contrast’, as well as ‘sleek’ form factors, according to the brand. For gamers, the TVs offer NVIDIA G-SYNC compatibility for ‘perfectly’ rendered graphics, low input lag, fast response times, and no flicker or stuttering. Both the OLED and NanoCell models support HDMI VRR, making LG the only brand to enable compatibility with a wide range of graphics cards and consoles.

The company’s NanoCell TVs use a layer of one-nanometer sized particles for color reproduction by filtering out impurities, resulting in more accurate images, including at wide viewing angles. The range of displays in this offering also offer all HDR processing formats. LG Smart TVs include the Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa built-in and support AirPlay2 and HomeKit. The webOS Smart TV platform delivers access to content from well-known providers, and accessible using gestures or voice commands via LG’s remote control.

For more information on the $100 credit promotion, including terms and conditions, go here. You can also see LG’s Christmas promotions here.


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Martin Dew