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Whether your perfect weekend involves watching sports, binging a new series or finally catching that film you never got to watch in theaters, one thing's for sure: You need a TV that can handle all the action (and make it look good, too).
No need to spend a fortune on a gorgeous new screen: Walmart just marked down a stunning 65-inch Sony Class KD65X80J Smart TV a ridiculous 50% off. That means you can score a $1,400 TV for under $700. We'll wait while you pick your jaw up off the floor.
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Don't be fooled by the obscene markdown. The TV boasts 4K HDR, plus it runs on a powerful X1 4K HDR processor (in layman's terms: more lifelike images and less digital noise). It also comes with a massive 4K database, which automatically upscales all the HD shows and films you watch to near-4K quality.
The best part, of course, are the TV's smart capabilities. Because it's a Google TV, it has access to over 700,000 films and TV show episodes, so you'll virtually never have "nothing to watch". Plus, you can easily connect to Netflix, Hulu, YouTube and Amazon Instant Video, among others.
"My wife got me this television for Christmas and is the best gift ever," shared one thrilled shopper. "So many features on the television along with an amazing picture. Our living room is next level. Thanks Sony!"
You haven't seen a TV like this — at least, not according to this reviewer.
"We've had our new TV for a little over a month now and absolutely love the picture," he enthusiastically reported. "We've been missing something for years it seems! Resolution is amazing and people and characters seem to jump right out at you."
A third reported: "This SONY Bravia TV has the sharpest image and natural colors that I have ever experienced. To top it off the sound system complements and does justice to the wonderful viewing experience of this unique television set!"
A French court has handed down guilty verdicts for all 20 men tried for the 2015 killing of 130 people in a coordinated gun-and-bomb rampage by Islamist gunmen in Paris.Main suspect Salah Abdeslam was found guilty on terrorism and murder charges, judge Jean-Louis Peries said.
Cadeyrn Neville is set to become the third oldest Wallabies debutant since World War II after his shock inclusion in the Australia side to face England on Saturday in Perth.The team will be unveiled on Thursday but the 33-year-old lock is a confirmed starter in the Test line-up 10 years after he was called into the Australian squad without earning a cap.
Alex de Minaur accepts that he might be Nick Kyrgios's "boring" antithesis but it doesn't stop him dreaming of the spotlight that always swallows his madcap mate.There was a touch of deja vu for Australia's No.
England's hopes of securing victory in their one-off Test with South Africa were dented by the weather as play was delayed for almost three hours on day three at Taunton.Issy Wong struck twice late in the day to breathe life into their victory push as South Africa ended on 55 for three, still 78 runs behind, but Heather Knight's side were left frustrated by the rain.
US food giant Kraft Heinz has stopped supplying some products to Britain's biggest supermarket group Tesco, which resisted charging its customers higher prices for them at a time of surging inflation.Tesco, which has an over 27 per cent share of the UK's grocery market, apologised for the absence of popular Kraft Heinz products such as baked beans and tomato ketchup from its shelves but said: "We will not pass on unjustifiable price increases to our customers.
A besieged Nick Kyrgios has received empathetic support from Australian Davis Cup teammates but even his doubles partner is cautioning the hot-head to "keep it within the boundaries".Kyrgios is still awaiting his fate after confessing to spitting towards a "disrespectful" spectator during his drama-charged five-set first-round Wimbledon victory over British qualifier Paul Jubb on Tuesday.
The alleged driver of a truck carrying dozens of migrants who died in the suffocating heat in Texas this week initially tried to pass himself off as a victim to escape authorities before he was arrested, US and Mexican officials say.The death toll in the incident rose to 53 as some migrants who had been trapped in the sweltering tractor-trailer, which as left in a desolated area near a highway in San Antonio, died in the hospital, local officials said.
After the failure of his eight-party government, Israel's Prime Minister Naftali Bennett has announced his retirement from politics.The 50-year-old will not run in the next election, Israeli media reported on Wednesday evening citing his spokesman.
The World Health Organisation says "sustained transmission" of monkeypox worldwide could result in the virus beginning to move into high-risk groups like pregnant women, immunocompromised people and children.The WHO said on Wednesday it is investigating reports of infected children, including two cases in the United Kingdom as well as following up reports in Spain and France.
Socceroo defender Bailey Wright will be paying in England's second-tier Championship next season after sign a two-year contract extension with newly promoted Sunderland.It will keep him at the club until summer 2024.
Fresh off the emotions of earning top billing at the AFLW draft, Montana Ham will juggle her year-12 studies in Melbourne with pre-season training in Sydney.The gun midfielder could have remained in Victoria but instead nominated for the NSW draft, allowing the Swans to swoop with their prized No.
Ambulance ramping is associated with preventable deaths and patients being taken to hospital again within 30 days of presenting to emergency departments, according to a Victorian study.A rise in ambulance offload delays across the country has prompted researchers to call for urgent action, to prevent dire consequences for patients.
A dysfunctional staff culture in the children's ward of a Tasmanian hospital created the "perfect storm" for a male nurse to take advantage and abuse kids.An inquiry into state government responses to child sexual abuse allegations in the public service is this week examining James Geoffrey Griffin.
For patients in remote communities suffering from the potentially fatal condition of sepsis, early diagnosis by a confident clinician can be key to survival.Managing patients with sepsis in remote Western Australia is the most recent challenge for Medical Director at the Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services Lorraine Anderson.
Radical climate group Blockade Australia are keeping quiet on their next protest action after their peaceful picnic in Sydney's inner west was targeted by police.The activist group spent Monday and Tuesday protesting in Sydney's CBD, causing major disruption and resulting in multiple arrests, but on Wednesday told its members to rest.
NSW schools are closed as teachers strike for the day, and take to the streets demanding higher salaries.Thousands of teachers are expected to descend on Sydney's CBD on Thursday, angry at a NSW budget that offered no more than a 3.
England winger Jack Nowell is keen to give Wallabies halfback Nic White a "few prods" when the former teammates confront each other during the upcoming three-Test series.White and Nowell struck up a friendship during their time together at English outfit Exeter and are planning to catch up ahead of Saturday night's series-opening Test in Perth.
Former Australian treasurer Josh Frydenberg is getting his day in court over $410,000 in unpaid legal fees.A bankruptcy case lodged against former constituent and climate activist Michael Staindl is due to be heard in the Federal Court in Melbourne on Thursday,Mr Staindl in 2020 challenged then-deputy Liberal leader's eligibility to sit in parliament over section 44 of the Constitution.
It is unclear whether mental health support and services are adequately supplied to serving ADF personnel on deployment, a royal commission has been told.On the penultimate day of Townsville's block of hearings at the royal commission into defence and veteran suicide, the topic of critical incidents and support on deployment was analysed.