The LG 55-inch 4K UHD Commercial LED TV (UU340C) is on sale for $699 at B&H for just one day only. Today's deal saves you $170 and brings this model to one of the best prices it's ever reached. B&H offers free standard shipping with its purchase, and you'll also receive a limited three-year warranty.
This 4K TV is built for business use and includes features like a Welcome Video / Screen for your customers and the ability to be controlled with up to 99 others using SuperSign Control software on your computer.
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LG's UU340C 4K UHD TV isn't exactly meant for home use, though you might be able to do some pretty unique things with it if you do decide to make it your new TV. As this TV was designed for business use, it includes a bevy of features that should be helpful to those who keep this TV in an office or place of business. One major feature is its ability to be controlled using SuperSign Control software. The software can control up to 100 of these TVs simultaneously to keep them in sync remotely in terms of volume, power, scheduled on and off times, and more.
Other features include Wake-up On LAN, Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP), Time Scheduler, USB Auto Playback, and External Speaker Out. There's even a Welcome Video / Screen mode. The TV also has a built in 4K Upscaler to transform your HD content to Ultra HD and supports HDR10 as well.
This TV doesn't feature any smart functionality on its own, so you'll need to pick up something such as the Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K or a Roku streaming device to access streaming services like Netflix and Disney+.
If this doesn't seem to be the TV that fits what you're looking for, this TechnoBuffalo guide to the best 4K TVs in 2019 has several great picks to consider, many of which are more affordable than today's option and include smart functionality that the LG model above is missing.
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