What actually counts as a ‘large’ TV these days? After all, as we’ve previously written about here at Ferguson, there’s currently a trend towards bigger TVs in any case. However, for the sake of clarity, we consider TVs to be large when they measure more than 50 inches; indeed, we even have a dedicated section for TVs in these sizes.
More specifically, there are three of these larger TVs that you can purchase from our extensive range right now. All of them pack features that show it isn’t just their size making them a great prospect, they also represent the usual great Ferguson value.
55, 65 or 75 inches? These are all options here at Ferguson
As we’ve previously covered in the Knowledge Centre, 4K Ultra HD LED technology is deservedly considered a big deal, enabling you to enjoy a great colour payoff from the whitest whites and the darkest blacks, courtesy of a stunning 3840 x 2160 pixel resolution.
We can offer both a 55-inch and 65-inch TV that incorporate this technology, with other Smart TV features such as popular catch-up and streaming apps, built-in Wi-Fi, T2 HD channels, USB for recording TV and playing saved media and HDMI inputs to connect external devices and consoles.
It is, though, our 75” Superfast Smart 4K HDR TV with Wi-Fi and Freeview T2 HD that is our present range-topper in the size department.
If you’re looking for a superb-value 75-inch TV that also embodies the future of smart technology for all TVs, you can’t beat this much-admired model, which gives you a superfast user interface allowing for intuitive movement from offline to online viewing in mere seconds.
With Ferguson, you can show off a little while spending very little money
You’re probably not used to hearing these days that you don’t need to spend much money to have a both large and technically sophisticated TV. But in truth, it’s all possible when you choose Ferguson.
Whether you’re in the market for a 55-inch, 65-inch or 75-inch TV this autumn or winter, you can be sure of having placed your faith in the right brand when you opt for this trusted and proven name in the history of British TV manufacturing.
Indeed, we continue to both manufacture our TVs and provide the associated customer support for them right here in the UK, at our plant in County Durham!