Hurry! Sony X80K Series LED Smart Google TV for Just $999.99 on Best Buy

Best Buy Offers Sony X80K Series LED 4K HDR Smart Google TV for just $999.99, which means you can save up to $200. It is cheaper than its earlier price of $1,199.99. With a dark grey color along the bottom of its frame, the X80K blends in rather than stands out. The other three sides are black, with slightly angled edges. The stand is made up of two simple A-shaped legs that are splayed far to either side.

From the side, the X80K is significantly thicker than the Samsung Q60B (2.83 vs. 1 inch), which may be a consideration if you want a wall-mount that is as flush as possible. The Sony Bravia X804K K’s LED panel has a refresh rate of 60Hz. Sony’s X1 4K HDR processor was used in the device, and it supports HDR10, Dolby Vision, and HLG formats. The X1 processor from the company supports Object-based HDR remastering and Dynamic Contrast Enhancer.

The former enables the Sony Bravia X80K to analyze and adjust the colors of individual objects on the screen automatically. This can also be used to remaster objects in order to produce more depth and textures, resulting in more realistic images. The Dynamic Contrast Enhancer, on the other hand, can automatically adjust contrast settings based on the environment. This TV can also adjust the screen brightness based on the amount of light in the room.

To improve picture quality, Sony has combined the X1 processor on the Sony Bravia X80K with its X-Reality Pro and Triluminos Pro technologies. To reproduce natural colors, the TV’s Triluminos Pro technology uses the device’s wide color gamut to detect color from hue, saturation, and brightness. The company’s X-Reality Pro software helps upscale footage that you see on screen for better, more enhanced results.

The Sony Bravia X80K comes with the standard set of ports. All of the ports are on the far right side of the TV, with the power connector on the left. On the back, there are two USB Type-A 3.1 ports and four HDMI inputs. You are, however, limited to HDMI 2.0, whereas the HDMI 3 port supports eARC. In addition, the TV has an Ethernet port, an RS-232C port, an IR input, and the standard antenna/cable connector.

The picture quality on the Bravia X80K was consistently good, and the TV was especially good at upscaling content and maintaining color vibrancy. The TV also comes with a highly functional remote with a minimalist design, and its borderless design gives it a sleek appearance. Finally, the Bravia X80K includes the most recent Google TV, which has a slew of features and is particularly adept at organizing and recommending content.

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John Brister
John Brister
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