There’s no doubt about it. Buying an Avera TV set doesn’t have the same ring to it as buying a Samsung or Sony TV. However, that doesn’t mean that there’s nothing to look forward to when getting the former. This review will prove just that, as we venture throughout the specs of the AVERA 40EQX20.
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AVERA 40EQX20 40″ Review – General Specifications
- 2017 year model
- 40 inch TV
- 4K resolution (3840 x 2160)
- 60 Hz refresh rate
- 6 x 26 x 9 inches in size
- 20 lbs in weight
Input and output
- 4 HDMI ports
- Dolby Audio
This little guy has some pretty tough competition when it comes to 4K TVs, so the features it brings to the table are pretty important if it wants to rack in any sales. Here are the most important things you should know about the Avera 40EQX20.
The price for this device is nuts, and in a good way. It might look like a pretty modest model for a 4K TV, but the price is also tweaked accordingly. You will have a pretty hard time finding a 4K TV with a similar price, and that’s a feature in its own right. If you’re just looking to get a 4K TV for as cheap as possible without caring too much about the other stuff, this might be a good fit for you.
The device also has a feature that will correct any imperfections and take each pixel for a checkup individually. Ultimately, each pixel will display what it’s supposed to in order to give you the best viewing experience there is.
You won’t get to watch a 4K movie unless it’s actually a 4K movie. However, this TV allows for upscaling which means that it will render the image to a near-4K resolution. Even the older titles in your collection will get a major quality boost from the TV, until you get around to replacing your library with 4K titles.
- Picture adjustment
- Super advantageous price point
- 4 HDMI ports
- No Smart TV functions
- No internet features
Not having all the features that might come with the other 4K TVs surely is a step back, but when you take the awesome price that the Avera 40EQX20 is offered at, it becomes a lot more clear why it’s still a good product. As per our review, it’s a pretty straightforward device, with not a whole lot to show.
It doesn’t have anything to be ashamed of either, as it’s definitely a staple for its price point, without much competition on that front. What’s your opinion on the base 4K experience offered at such a low selling point from the Avera 40EQX20 TV? Tell us all about it in the comments.