50 inch TV versus 60 inch TV

Bigger is better, but not always. This phrase is very popular, especially when we talking about gadgets and especially TVs. Most people like big widescreen TVs, but there are others who might prefer better pictures and a higher resolution.

The problem with big TVs (like 60 inch or more) is not only the room, where you’ll put it, but the quality of the picture. It is very difficult to find such enormous TVs with high resolution. So, it’s up to you whether you’ll prefer to buy a 50” widescreen with HD or a 60” TV with poor resolution. Of course you can always search for a big TV with HD at LG Smart TV Argos, but if you choose a 60” variant, it won’t be cheap.

The more reasonable variant is to have a slightly smaller TV, but with full HD resolution. The quality of the picture will be great, so you’ll be able to enjoy every single moment in front of the TV. If you choose this option, you can shop for 50” TVs with Argos, where you’ll find a large choice of good screens at decent prices.

Other important considerations include the size of the room you will put the TV in, so if you have a large living room you will definitely need an enormous screen.

In conclusion, you have to know what you need, so you’ll be able to make the right decision.

Remember, the bigger is not always the better choice when it comes to TVs.

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