At MediaMarkt there is today the 4K television Sony X85j equipped with HDMI 2.1 in size 65 inches for 799 euros (RRP: 1,399 euros) in the daily offer. With this price, media market is according to comparison platforms with a distance of 100 euros the cheapest provider for the model. But that’s not all, because through a parallel Sony action you can even get 100 Euro cashback , so that you effectively pay only 699 euros. The deal is only valid until 9 o’clock on Saturday morning. Here you will find him:

Sony X85J (4K, 65 inches, HDMI 2.1) for 799 € (with cashback: 699 €) at Mediamarkt

To get the 100 Euro cashback, you have to register the TV after the purchase no later than 30 May Sony’s action page .

How good is the Sony X85J?

Image quality: The Sony X85J is a middle class 4k TV from 2021. For its price it offers high picture quality, which is among other things on the high-contrast VA panel. From cheaper 4K televisions, it rises, among other things, by its 120 Hz display and its higher peak brightness. The latter ensures that he is better suited for bright spaces and HDR can be better exploited. Compared to the more expensive Sony X90J, which is still a bit brighter, the X85j lacks FULL ARRAY LOCAL DIMMING.

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Gaming: The Sony X85j has two HDMI 2.1 ports through which PS5 or Xbox Series X up to 120 fps are possible at 4K resolution. Through a software update, the Features VRR (Variable Refresh Rate) and Allm (Auto Low Latency Mode) are now supported, which were not yet available for release. Also thanks to the low input of about 15 ms at 60 Hz and a good 6 ms at 120 Hz, the Sony X85j is well suited as a gaming TV. Here he also cuts a little better than the more expensive X90j.

Sony X85J (4K, 65 inches, HDMI 2.1) for 799 € (with cashback: 699 €) at Mediamarkt

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