JB Hi-Fi! Aldi to launch massive 58-inch TV for just $ 579 and $ 90 soundbar as part of a new technology Special Buys range
- Aldi Australia will launch an electronics bundle as part of the Special Buys
- The new products include a 58-inch TV for $ 579 and a soundbar for $ 89.99
- Similar products from other brands sell for a much higher price
- Customers need to act quickly as only a limited number of shares are sold
Budget supermarket giant Aldi Australia is launching a home entertainment technology range on Saturday, September 19 as part of their popular Special Buys.
The new products that are sure to grab shoppers’ attention include a 58-inch Ultra HD Android TV for just $ 579 and a slick soundbar that will set you back $ 90.
While the purchases will be available in all Aldi retail locations, customers will need to act quickly as only a limited amount of inventory will be sold.
Budget supermarket giant Aldi Australia to launch home entertainment bundle on Saturday, September 19 as part of Special Buys
The television has a huge 146-centimeter screen and costs $ 579, while televisions of similar dimensions cost at least $ 700 from alternative brands.
The smart technology works with Google Assistant and has quick access to Netflix and YouTube via the appropriate buttons on the remote.
Due to the high dynamic range and 4K ultra high definition, movies, shows and videos can be viewed in great quality.
The television has a huge 146-centimeter screen and costs only $ 579, while televisions of similar dimensions cost at least $ 700
A $ 89.99 soundbar will also be available, along with a 6-way power bump card for $ 29.99 (left)
The $ 89.99 soundbar works via Bluetooth and is a powerful speaker system built with two 20-watt speakers.
It has a stylish, sleek design that will go unnoticed in a living room and comes with a remote to control the music.
For those who need a few more outlets to charge electronics, Aldi also sells a six-way power surge card for $ 29.99.
The product is available in two colors, black and white, and also has four USB ports for added convenience.
For those who own tablet products, such as Apple iPads or Samsung Galaxy tablets, the grocery store sells $ 6.99 pillows specifically designed for tablet laying.
The assortment is available from Saturday, September 19, while stocks last.