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Aldi adds 3D printer and 4K TV to bargain tech lineup

Budget supermarket chain Aldi has revealed that it’s adding a 3D printer and 4K TV to its discounted range of products – just in time for Black Friday.

The chain will start accepting orders for a Balco-made 3D printer, which uses Fused Filament Fabrication to bring digital designs to life, on Sunday, November 19.

Similar products retail for around £900 in the United Kingdom, reports the Evening Standard, but Aldi’s offering will set you back £299.99 when it goes on sale.

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The supermarket is also scheduled to sell a 55-inch 4K TV with three HDMI ports. It will be available to purchase on Thursday, November 23, for £429.99.

Those looking to add a bit more excitement to their entertainment setup will have the option to add a Bluetooth soundbar to the mix for an additional £129.99.

Aldi is still yet to reveal the make and model of the TV, so we can’t say whether it’s a good deal – but we’ll let you know as soon as we have more details.

In the meantime, be sure to check out some of our favourite Black Friday deals.

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