Televisions, as ever, will be among one of the most sought-after items across the biggest sales of the event of the year, Black Friday.

As well as being an ideal opportunity to upgrade, this year’s Black Friday sales coincides with the impending release of the Xbox Series X/S and the PlayStation 5.

Unlike previous models, the next-generation consoles will support 4K as standard. This means that if you don’t have a 4KTV, you won’t be getting your new Xbox and PlayStation’s full potential.

Where to buy a 4KTV?

Why a 4KTV?

4KTV’s offer rich, vibrant colours with great depth and clarity.

In the , they say “images appear more realistic and lifelike” and provide the following image as a measure of comparison.

Source: Argos
Source: Argos

What supports 4K?

4K is now being supported more and more.

Sky now support it through their 2TB Sky Q boxes, while BT support it on their 4K UHD sports channels.

What screen size?

When buying a new TV, the number one priority for a lot of people is screen size.

Larger television models tend to start at 32 inches and can go anywhere up to 85 inches. Screens are measured diagonally, not horizontally, so make sure to measure spaces thoroughly and accordingly before making a commitment.

Choosing the right size for you depends of course on preference and how spacious your home is. The proper ‘field of view’ that is recommended is said to be 1.6 times the diagonal measurement of your set.

So, as a for instance, if you have a 60-inch screen, you ought to be 96 inches (8 feet) away.