Ditching cable feels like a really smart move — you can still get your favorite shows on a ridiculous slew of streaming apps, and broadcast channels are just an HD antenna away.
That is, until it’s NFL season and you need to follow games outside of your local station. You live in NYC but want to keep up with your home state team? Too bad, NBC says you’re watching the Jets for the fourth week in a row.
Mashable named fuboTV as one of the best streaming sites for live sports. But you’d have to be a serious die-hard sport nut to want to fork over $44.99 every month. This credit is coming at the most clutch time possible — and when you add a seven-day free trial on top of that, you’re basically getting five weeks of all of the sports you could ever want. The service offers over 90 live channels including the NFL Network, Fox Sports 1 and 2, and the Big Ten Network. Cheers to not having to sit at the bar.
Between Samsung, Sony, and LG’s OLED and QLED TVs, trying to be a ~nice~ 4K TV can seem way too ridiculous for the average price range. This TV in the promo, the Hisense H8F, has actually received a lot of love from a handful of publishers. Techhive’s reviewer was impressed with the updated black contrasts and HDR10 and Dolby support, especially for the price range. It has 60 local dimming ranges and a motion rate of 240 to prevent lag (especially important for sports streaming).