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Welcome to early Black Friday he Samsung 65-inch Crystal UHD Smart TV that’s still active. Right now, this massive 4K stunner is on sale for $568, or $80 off its list price. What a steal!
You’ll get a gigantic 65-inch 4K display backed with a Crystal UHD resolution, and Samsung’s Pure Color HDR (High Dynamic Range) technology for vivid colors and inky-crisp black levels for images that look true to life. Plus, with nearly 4,000 five-star reviews, you're sure to be in good company.
"This Crystal UHD 4K TV has such brightness and sharpness to its image," a shopper raved. "I'm amazed! Pictures don't do this TV justice. It has good speakers too. The sound is loud enough and very clear. Comes with control and batteries. I love that it's already a smart TV, so you don't need any extra equipment to be able to watch your favorite apps."
In addition, this 4K beauty also features Samsung’s “Motion Rate 120” and “Game Mode” settings for a cleaner and smoother viewing experience when watching live sports or playing video games via gaming consoles Trust us, you won’t get motion blur or hard-to-watch images anymore. Just smooth TV watching from now on.
Another satisfied shopper added, “The picture is the best I have ever seen. Period. I can connect all my devices and the best part is most of them do without even WiFi. Streaming, casting, gaming, all with such beauty and simplicity to a level that is refreshing to the mind."
Our favorite part? This Samsung 4K TV has video streaming built-in, so you don’t have to spend more money to get an additional streaming device like a Roku or Apple TV. Just go to the main menu to access Netflix, Hulu Plus, Disney+, HBO Now and much more. No more going “input hunting” to binge-watch incredible shows — they’re just there waiting for you!
“Great picture, good sound,” wrote a delighted Walmart reviewer. “Apps like Amazon Prime, Netflix, YouTube, etc. are there or can be downloaded. Perfect for cord-cutters.”
The Morrison government is sticking to its argument that Labor must agree to its version of an integrity commission before introducing legislation to parliament.The government says draft legislation has been available for scrutiny for some time but Labor says it does not go far enough.
South Africa say it is being punished for its advanced ability to detect new COVID-19 variants early, as travel bans and restrictions imposed because of the new Omicron variant threaten to harm tourism and other sectors of the economy.South Africa has some of the world's top epidemiologists and scientists, who have managed to detect emerging coronavirus variants and their mutations early on in their life cycle.
South Australia has tightened its border rules following the emergence of the Omicron COVID-19 variant.All international travellers and people arriving in SA from high-risk Australian locations will again be required to quarantine for 14 days.
At least two people have been killed and 16 others injured in western Niger when protesters clashed with a French military convoy they blocked after it crossed the border from Burkina Faso, the local mayor says.The armoured vehicles and logistics trucks had crossed the border on Friday after being blocked in Burkina Faso for a week by demonstrations there against French forces' failure to stop mounting violence by Islamist militants.
Israel is set to ban the entry of all foreigners into the country, making it the first country to shut its borders completely in response to the potentially more contagious Omicron coronavirus variant.It also says it will reintroduce counter-terrorism phone-tracking technology in order to contain the spread of the variant.
Hundreds of environmental protesters have blocked major roads in Serbia to protest against new laws they say will give free rein to foreign mining companies.Serbia's government has offered mineral resources to companies including Chinese copper miner Zijin and Australia's Rio Tinto, but green activists say the projects would pollute land and water in the Balkan nation.
A large search effort in Victoria's alpine region is continuing into the weekend as police comb rugged bushland to try and locate the remains of missing campers Russell Hill and Carol Clay.The story of the campers, last heard from at a remote Wonnangatta campsite, has captured public attention since March 20 last year.
When Pat Shannon was contacted by the Australian army to ask if he was related to Peter Shannon, a shearer-turned-soldier who died in the trenches during World War I, he was absolutely positive he couldn't be.The self-professed family historian from New Ross, Ireland had been fascinated by his family tree since he was a boy and was convinced he knew all the Shannons in the small town, dating back for generations.
Health services in regional and rural NSW will receive a boost of half a billion dollars, the state government has announced.Premier Dominic Perrottet said the government was focused on ensuring rural communities get their share of health upgrades.
An evacuation order has been issued to residents of towns along the Hunter River in NSW as rising floodwaters threaten power and water services.People along within the Whittingham, Scotts Flat, Glenridding, Dunolly and Combo areas had to evacuate the high danger area by 7pm on Saturday, the State Emergency Service said.
Boris Johnson has ordered the return of mandatory mask-wearing in shops and on public transport, and for contacts of Omicron COVID-19 cases to self-isolate, even if they are vaccinated, after the concerning variant was detected in Britain.All international arrivals will have to take a PCR test by the end of their second day in the United Kingdom, as the prime minister prepared to reimpose measures to control the spread of coronavirus over fears the new strain could evade existing vaccines.
A court in Siberia has remanded five people in custody for two months to face charges related to a mining accident that killed more than 50 people this week.Three managers of the Listvyazhnaya mine, including its director, were ordered to remain in custody until late January for flouting industrial safety standards, a spokesperson for the Russian regional prosecutor's office said.
Four new COVID-19 cases have been detected in the Northern Territory as concern also spreads to a remote community forced into lockdown.Lajamanu, south of Darwin, will stay in lockdown until December 11 after the virus was detected in wastewater sampling.
A new parcel facility has been set up by Australia Post in southeast Sydney to keep up with record demand following Black Friday sales and in the lead up to Christmas.The 20,000 square metre facility in Botany is capable of processing more than 100,000 parcels daily, bringing Australia Post's total processing capacity in NSW to almost 1.
NSW will run a trial of electric scooters to see if they can be rolled out safely across the state.The trial comes in response to growing use of private e-scooters, though they're currently illegal to ride on footpaths.