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It's the first Monday after Black Friday, and most of last week's deals on TVs are gone. In their place, however, are more deals on TVs that don't require you to leave the house. Here's a few of our favorites, along with CNET's picks.

Cyber Monday deals: The absolute best deals you can find online today.

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Element 40-inch TV, $180

Store: Target

Model: Unknown

Price per square inch of screen: $0.26

Our take: Like a quintessential Black Friday deal, this one's a crazy cheap offer on a no-name brand. We have no idea whether it's any good, but (say it with me) "at this price, who cares?"

Bonus: Target has a essentially the same TV by Polaroid for the same price.

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Toshiba 43-inch TV, $200

Store: Best Buy

Model: 43L511U18

Price per square inch of screen: $0.25

Our take: Another Black Friday-esque deal, this set is three inches bigger for just $20 more, and includes Chromecast built-in. 

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Toshiba 50-inch 4K TV, $300

Store: Best Buy

Model: 50L711U18

Price per square inch of screen: $0.28

Our take: Very similar to the last set but in a more living-room-friendly size, this is another Best Buy exclusive with Chromecast built in, and the cheapest 4K TV on the list. And from here on out, they're all 4K.

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Insignia 50-inch 4K Roku TV, $350

Store: Best Buy

Model: NS-50DR620NA18

Price per square inch of screen: $0.33

Our take: The first Roku TV sighting! We're big fans of that Smart TV system--much bigger than Chromecast--and in our previous tests Insignia sets performed as well as other entry-level Rokus. 

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Vizio 50-inch 4K TV, $500

Store: Vizio.com, Best Buy

Model: M50-E1

Price per square inch of screen: $0.47

CNET's Pick

Our take: At the other end of the price-per-inch spectrum is this Vizio. So why did we include it? Simply because it's the best-performing LCD TV on this list, with truly excellent image quality. But stay tuned for a deal on OLED TVs, which perform even better. 

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Samsung 55-inch 4K TV, $500

Stores: Best Buy, Walmart, Target

Model: UN55MU6290

Price per square inch of screen: $0.39

Our take: Three different traditional stores are offering the exact same Samsung TV for the same price, and it's not a bad deal. But we're guessing the Vizio on the next page has a better picture.

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Vizio 55-inch 4K TV, $600

Store: Best Buy, Walmart

Model: M55-E0

Price per square inch of screen: $0.46

CNET's Pick

Our take: Just like its 50-inch brother from two slides ago, this Vizio earns my pick because it's a great TV for a great price. Of course, it can't compete against the 55-inch OLED TV on the next slide, but you can buy two and a half of these for the price of one of those. 

Note that image shows the 65-inch version we reviewed, not the 55-incher on sale now. Unfortunately, that 65 didn't get a price cut, but it's still a good deal at $1,000. Stay tuned for a sweet deals on larger Ms, however.

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LG 55-inch OLED TV, $1,500

Store: Amazon, Best Buy, many others

Model: OLED55B7A

Price per square inch of screen: $1.16

CNET's Pick

Our take: This is the lowest price on the best picture quality we've ever tested, and according to LG this is the last day you'll be able to get it at this price.

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Samsung 58-inch 4K TV, $600

Store: Wal-Mart

Model: UN58MU6070

Price per square inch of screen: $0.42

Our take: Fifty-eight inches is an odd duck, and our pick near this size is a 60-inch Vizio a few slides ahead still, but maybe this will suit you if you want the Samsung brand name. 

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Hitachi 60-inch Roku TV, $530

Store: Walmart

Model: 60R50

Price per square inch of screen: $0.26

Our take: Yes, Hitachi makes Roku TVs too, and this one's a really good deal on a nice large size. If you prioritize smarts over image quality, choose this one over the Vizio on the next page.

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Vizio 60-inch 4K TV, $700

Store: Walmart

Model: E60-E3

Price per square inch of screen: $0.46

CNET's Pick

Our take: We're picking this 60-incher over the Hitachi Roku TV, because it uses local dimming, so we actually think it will perform better. 

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RCA 65-inch 4K TV, $580

Store: Walmart, Jet.com

Model: RTU6549

Price per square inch of screen: $0.32

Our take: Um, this is one of the cheapest prices we've ever seen for a 65-inch TV. It's just crazy. Don't expect good image quality, but if you just want sheer size for low bucks, it doesn't get much better.

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TCL 65-inch 4K Roku TV, $650

Store: Target

Model: 65S405

Price per square inch of screen: $0.36

Our take: Yes it's $70 more than that RCA in the previous slide, but it boasts Roku's awesome operating system in the biggest size yet. The Vizio on the next slide performs better, though.

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Vizio 65-inch 4K TV, $750

Store: Vizio.com, Dell.com, Best Buy

Model: E65-E1

Price per square inch of screen: $0.42

CNET's Pick

Our take: Sure it can't compete with the OLED two slides away, or even the $1,000 65-inch M series, but this E is still a great performer for an excellent price.

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Samsung 65-inch 4K TV, $750

Store: Best Buy

Model: UN65MU6070FXZA

Price per square inch of screen: $0.42

Our take: It probably won't have as good an image as that Vizio, but it's a Samsung for the same size and the same price. So maybe you'll like it better.

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LG 65-inch OLED TV, $2,300

Store: Amazon, Best Buy, many others

Model: OLED65B7A

Price per square inch of screen: $1.28

CNET's Pick

Our take: This is the last day in LG's sale, and a 65-inch OLED might not go this low again until 2018.

The most expensive TV on this list aside from that 80-inch Vizio you'll see in a few slides, the 65B7A still qualifies as a tremendous deal. Just like its 55-inch brother, this TV offers the best picture quality ever at the lowest price ever. It's still big and beautiful, and you know you want it.

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Vizio 70-inch 4K TV, $1,000

Store: Vizio.com, Best Buy

Model: E70-E3

Price per square inch of screen: $0.48

Our take: A good-performing gigantic TV for a grand? Sure, why not? At this size, however, we'd invest another $300 for an even better image

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Vizio 70-inch 4K TV, $1,300

Store: Dell

Model: M70-E3

Price per square inch of screen: $0.62

CNET's pick

Our take: Are you starting to detect a pattern to my picks? Actually it's kind of a tough call between this 70-incher, a member of my Editors' Choice-winning M series, and the 70-inch E from the last slide. For another $300 you get a significantly better TV, however -- and in our book that's worth paying.

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Sceptre 75-inch 4K TV, $1,000

Store: Walmart

Model: U750CV-U

Price per square inch of screen: $0.42

Our take: A simply insane price on a simply gigantic TV. No, we have no idea if it's any good, so you're taking a risk at this price, but maybe the crazy price is enough to sway you. If not...

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Vizio 75-inch 4K TV, $1,530

Store: Best Buy

Model: E75-E3

Price per square inch of screen: $0.64

Our take: If you want a good 75-inch TV this Cyber Monday, the price probably won't get any better than this. Unlike the last TV from Sceptre, we can confirm that this Vizio actually delivers solid image quality.

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Vizio 75-inch 4K TV, $1800

Store: Vizio.com, Best Buy

Model: M75-E1

Price per square inch of screen: $0.75

CNET's pick

Our take: Stop me if you think that you've heard this one before. Here, once again, is our favorite series of non-OLED TV for 2017, in a truly massive size, for a price that's really tough to beat for this level of image quality.

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Sony 75-inch 4K TV, $2,000

Store: Dell.com

Model: XBR-75X850E

Price per square inch of screen: $0.83

Our take: Sure, both of the Vizios from the previous two slides likely deliver a superior picture, but this is still a very good price on a huge Sony.

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Vizio 80-inch 4K TV, $2,500

Store: Costco, Sam's Club

Model: E80-E3

Price per square inch of screen: $0.92

Our take: This price for a TV this massively gigantic is pure, gross, unadulterated insanity with a side of cray-cray. It might even be worth a club membership.

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