$320

EDIT 3: Congrats to blendedmarket!

EDIT 2: 1st email didn't respond, new winner emailed.

EDIT: Winner has been emailed, awaiting response.

Happy Black Friday Month!   Today, we are giving away the Google Wi-Fi Mesh System (3-pack) with a Chromecast 4K Ultra! (MSRP $320) This giveaway ends in 48 hours at 9:59 AM PT on Wed, November 6, 2019

In the comments below, just tell us if are you already streaming 4K video in your home. You must leave a comment on this post to qualify. (registration required). 

In addition to earning one entry on this post, you can also earn an additional five entries to increase your odds of winning if you leave at least 3 comments (helpful, interesting, critical or funny; not spam) on different deal posts before the end of the giveaway. 

The winner will receive notification via the email account tied to their Ben's user account. Subject to these Rules & Regulations. Good luck!

Recent Winners:

  • Fire HD 10: Congrats to Jebulitis!
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wolfscream
Ben's cred: 1
Posted 10:57am PST 11/04/2019
Posted 10:57am PST 11/04/2019
We do stream 4K at our house. Have Cube Fire TV.
blikespre
Ben's cred: 0
Posted 10:57am PST 11/04/2019
Posted 10:57am PST 11/04/2019
Streaming Netflix but not much 4K content
wolfscream
Ben's cred: 1
Posted 10:58am PST 11/04/2019
Posted 10:58am PST 11/04/2019
Would love to boost my home WiFi with this google mesh system. Thank you in advance!
johnnyapollo
Ben's cred: 2
Posted 10:58am PST 11/04/2019
Posted 10:58am PST 11/04/2019
I haven't yet moved to 4K - still using a 55 inch 1080p set. Streaming using a Firestick with the Amazon DVR
eyeNVyou
Ben's cred: -1
Posted 10:59am PST 11/04/2019
Posted 10:59am PST 11/04/2019
My 55" is 4K... But I have the previous model of AppleTV and AC1200 Linksys. Stuck with 1080p. For now?
Benj
Ben's cred: 15
Posted 11:00am PST 11/04/2019
Posted 11:00am PST 11/04/2019
Hopefully soon!
kam32
Ben's cred: 3
Posted 11:00am PST 11/04/2019
Posted 11:00am PST 11/04/2019
I don't right now because I don't have a streaming device, this would be great for me to start.
jmroody
Ben's cred: 11
Posted 11:01am PST 11/04/2019
Posted 11:01am PST 11/04/2019
Already streaming 4k and working on upgrading my wireless.
captainstress
Ben's cred: 3
Posted 11:02am PST 11/04/2019
Posted 11:02am PST 11/04/2019
Not streaming 4k
fishingfool
Ben's cred: 17
Posted 11:04am PST 11/04/2019
Posted 11:04am PST 11/04/2019
I am...I guess. I have no way to really measure the video quality. 4K Samsung TV, Xfinity cable and Internet. Seems like Amazon Prime has the most 4K content.
As a side note......High Def TV is a ripoff to begin with. We should not have to pay any cable provider for content that is available for free over the air.....like with local TV stations.
quagga
Ben's cred: 16
Posted 11:06am PST 11/04/2019
Posted 11:06am PST 11/04/2019
not yet
kenschwarz
Ben's cred: 7
Posted 11:07am PST 11/04/2019
Posted 11:07am PST 11/04/2019
Nope not yet!
purposelycryptic
Ben's cred: 59
Posted 11:09am PST 11/04/2019
Posted 11:09am PST 11/04/2019
Ooh, I want.

I have everything set up to start streaming 4K video (bought a brand new receiver on Prime Day and everything), but I'm still missing the TV itself! Part of the reason for that is that my current TV is a 60" 2013 LG Plasma that weighs roughly 100lbs, and I have no idea how I'm going to move it ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Still, I'm pretty much dead-set on getting one this Black Friday, either a Hisense H8F or H9F, or a TCL R625, in 65" size, depending on how good prices end up being. The Vizio M Quantum is technically also on the list, but its low peak brightness drops it in the ranks. I would definitely prefer Android TV over Roku, but I'll probably have a Shield TV connected either way, so...

It's most likely going to be the H8F, unless the H9F gets a great discount, or the R625 an even greater one, or the M Quantum ends up at the same price as the H8F.

Still, I'm pretty much dead-set on getting one this Black Friday, either a Hisense H8F or H9F, or a TCL R625, in 65" size, depending on how good prices end up being. The Vizio M Quantum is technically also on the list, but its low peak brightness drops it in the ranks. I would definitely prefer Android TV over Roku, but I'll probably have a Shield TV connected either way, so...

It's most likely going to be the H8F, unless the H9F gets a great discount, or the R625 an even greater one, or the M Quantum ends up at the same price as the H8F."/>
tommytqt
Ben's cred: 29
Posted 11:09am PST 11/04/2019
Posted 11:09am PST 11/04/2019
I used Apple TV 4k. Thanks :)
Zedhead
Ben's cred: 2
Posted 11:13am PST 11/04/2019
Posted 11:13am PST 11/04/2019
I stream 1080k already...
kenschwarz
Ben's cred: 7
Posted 11:13am PST 11/04/2019
Posted 11:13am PST 11/04/2019
I have 4K Xbox one, but no tv!
Darkwulf
Ben's cred: 1
Posted 11:13am PST 11/04/2019
Posted 11:13am PST 11/04/2019
I'm not streaming 4k yet. A better router might change that!
impactofal
Ben's cred: 3
Posted 11:13am PST 11/04/2019
Posted 11:13am PST 11/04/2019
You know it, and with Dolby Vision
kenschwarz
Ben's cred: 7
Posted 11:14am PST 11/04/2019
Posted 11:14am PST 11/04/2019
4K blu ray is semi-interesting,
sprom
Ben's cred: 46
Posted 11:14am PST 11/04/2019
Posted 11:14am PST 11/04/2019
Just got fire stick 4K but don’t have a 4K tv