Catch, formerly Catch of the Day, has a history of delivering really cheap deals to Australians.
Both models have Google Assistant built-in (triggered via the remote control), feature 4K panels, come with Netflix and YouTube installed along with a host of other features you would expect from a smart TV.
You’ll also enjoy Wi-Fi, Ethernet and USB connectivity which enables playback of a wide variety of media.
Both panels sport a five-star energy efficiency rating which has the potential to save you some coin in the long run. Blaupunkt is a name that is well recognised as a value for money proposition. The pricing on offer on these two models continues that trend.
Having had a Blaupunkt TV in my living room for a number of years, I can attest to their quality.
If the price isn’t your driver for a new TV, what do you look for in features and specs?