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HISENSE M7000 PRICE FROM $1,098 Look­ing for a next-gen TV but don’t want to pay more than $1,500? Then step this way - the M7000 boasts a beau­ti­ful 4K HDR pic­ture and comes with the essential 4K stream­ing app, Net­flix. T3 SAYS A su­per screen on the cheap. SAM­SUNG UA65KS9000W www.sam­ PRICE $4,999 This flatscreen ver­sion of Sam­sung’s high­est end SUHD tele­vi­sion with its unique quan­tum dot tech­nol­ogy pro­vides LG’s OLED pan­els some stiff com­pe­ti­tion, es­pe­cially when you fac­tor in the price. T3 SAYS Those dots make a big dif­fer­ence.

SONY KD65X9300D PRICE $4,999 An­droid TV is back with a ven­gance and the Sony’s lat­est ad­di­tion to its Bravia Range in­cludes a new set of High Dy­namic Range TVs that per­form par­tic­u­larly well with Sony’s Slim Back­light Drive tech­nol­ogy. T3 SAYS The best back­light in the busi­ness.


www.pana­ $4,999 PRICE Pana­sonic’s flag­ship 65-incher and its Hol­ly­wood Cin­ema Ex­pe­ri­ence chipset has been colour-tuned to be cer­ti­fied as best in class by THX lim­ited. T3 SAYS Pana­sonic de­liv­ers a top tier TV.

LG UH950T SU­PER UHD PRICE $5,299 If you want to get in on the Dolby Vi­sion HDR stan­dard (a slightly more ad­vanced HDR pro­cess­ing stan­dard than con­ven­tional HDR10) but don’t have the bank to fork out for an OLED then this is your TV. T3 SAYS Frame by frame HDR in 4K.

SONY 65X8500D PRICE $3,699 The 8500 range misses out on the ul­tra slim back­light ar­ray and the con­trast ra­tio boost, but the 8500D still claims the renowned X1 pro­ces­sor and the ad­vanced colours of the TRIMOLUS dis­play panel. T3 SAYS A great-look­ing 65-incher.

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