Best Buy Selling 75” Sony X800H for $1299.99

Get a quality Sony 4K HDR TV for a price that’s easy to handle with this deal on the 75” X800H. You can pick one up from Best Buy for only $1299.99, a savings of $500, and get free shipping. 75” too big? The 65” X800H is now available for $899.99 while the 55” model is $749.99.


The 75″ Sony X800H

Looking for an even bigger TV, something that can serve as the centerpiece to the living room? The 85 inch X800H is now selling for $2299.99.

The X800H fared well on rtings.com, with high scores for TV shows, sports, video games, HDR gaming and use as a PC monitor. The only catch is it has middling ratings for movies and HDR movies, largely due to the use of an IPS panel. When you turn off the lights, blacks look grayish, says rtings. However the IPS panel also gives this TV very wide viewing angles that make it great for living room use when some lights are on and people are sitting in all different spots. The review cites high overall color accuracy and brightness as plusses for this TV.

If you are interested in a TV to use as a PC monitor, not only does the X800H rate very highly for this task (IPS plus very low latency make for a good monitor) but you can choose between 43” ($599.99) and 49” ($649.99) sizes. Either one will make a very impressive 4K PC display.


Key Features

4K HDR Processor X1 and 4K X-Reality PRO: See 4K pictures, rich with real-world detail and texture, powered by 4K HDR Processor X1. 

TRILUMINOS Display: Reproduces more colors than a conventional television.

HDR and Dolby Vision: Dolby Vision™ brings scenes to life with striking highlights, deeper darks and vibrant colors.

Android Smart TV: Provides a smarter viewing experience. 

Seamless content sharing of Apple AirPlay 2: Cast anything from Apple iPhone or laptop to your TV. You can even sync music with other AirPlay 2-compatible speakers anywhere in your home.

Motionflow XR 240 technology: Movies, sports and video games with virtually no motion blur.


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