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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!"
The reclusive supreme leader of the Afghan Taliban, Haibatullah Akhundzada, has hailed the Islamists 2021 takeover of Afghanistan during a meeting to forge national unity and attended by religious leaders from around the country.Taliban spokesmen confirmed that Akhundzada, who is based in the southern city of Kandahar, had come to the capital Kabul for the all-male gathering of some 3000 participants.
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Western Australia's government is promising an understanding approach as a ban on many single-use plastics comes into effect.WA is the first state or territory to ban thick plastic bags and unlidded containers under changes to be enforced from Friday.
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Australia is a step closer to having COVID-19 vaccinations for children aged six months to five years, with Pfizer approved to submit an application with the medical regulator.The Therapeutic Goods Administration has granted a provisional determination to Pfizer, which would allow the pharmaceutical giant to apply to extend vaccine use to the younger cohort.
Australia's carbon credits scheme will be independently assessed following concerns raised about its integrity.Energy and Climate Change Minister Chris Bowen on Friday announced the "comprehensive" review, to be led by former chief scientist Professor Ian Chubb.
Voting in Papua New Guinea's national election begins on Monday, with police mounting a major security operation to stop a repeat of violence that saw more than 200 people killed during the island nation's last election five years ago.Voting will take place from July 4 to 22, with ballots airlifted to remote constituencies with assistance from the Australian Defence Force.
Australia's bushfire season is a month longer than it was 40 years ago, and extreme fire weather days are up by more than 50 per cent, a new study has found.Scientists from the CSIRO have contributed to a new global analysis of how climate change has influenced fire weather and activity from 1979 to 2019.
Arts Minister Tony Burke will begin consulting on Australia's approach to culture, aiming to have government policy in place by the end of 2022.Labor's last attempt at an overarching culture plan, Creative Australia, took six years to develop and was scrapped by the coalition within six months of the 2013 election.
A legal battle to stop a gas fracking company accessing a Northern Territory cattle station is set to continue despite the lifting of an interim stop-work order.Cattle company Rallen Australia is attempting to overturn a court order granting Tamboran Resources subsidiary Sweetpea Petroleum access to Tanumbirini station in the gas-rich Beetaloo Basin.
Defence Minister Richard Marles has vowed Australia will fix patrol vessels sent to Pacific island nations that were found to have potential faults.The Defence Department said it had advised the government of issues involving possible faults in the exhaust system of Guardian-class patrol boats.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is in London for talks with her British counterpart Boris Johnson, with trade and the war in Ukraine dominating the agenda.Johnson greeted Ardern with a handshake outside the door of Number 10 on Thursday, welcoming the New Zealand leader on her first UK trip since the pandemic began.
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