Save $703 on the 65-inch LG QNED85 Mini-LED TV

LG QNED85 Mini LED TV Deal

LG makes some amazing TVs and they’re quite commonly among the best out there, and right now you can score the LG QNED85 Mini-LED TV for a whopping $703 off with this deal over at Amazon. This TV regularly costs $1,7999.99 but because of the deal, you can pick it up for just $1,096.99 instead.

Now there are a lot of things to love about this TV and about LG TVs in general. But we’re going to start with two main factors about this particular model. It’s a 65-inch TV so it’s big enough to enjoy entertainment in larger rooms from further away, and it’s a Mini-LED panel. With Mini-LEDs you end up with an overall better picture because the LEDs used for the backlighting are a lot smaller than traditional LEDs. You end up with a richer contrast of colors plus deeper blacks. So movies or games with dark areas remain incredibly dark in those areas, which helps to highlight the more colorful parts of the scene.

Speaking of games, the LG QNED85 series TV supports NVIDIA GeForce NOW. This is a game streaming service that allows you to tap into your game libraries from Steam, the Epic Games Store, and others and play them in the cloud. There’s no need for a gaming PC or console hooked up to the LG QNED85. All you need is a controller, an internet connection, and a subscription to GeForce NOW, then you can launch the app and stream any games that you own from supported storefronts.

That being said, if you want to hook up a console, this TV supports up to 120 frames per second and has a game optimizer mode. It supports NVIDIA G-Sync too. And if you’re a sports fan, you can get real-time sports alerts that pop up on the screen that update you on the scores of games currently going on. This is a smart TV as well, with access to streaming apps for movies and TV from the likes of Netflix, Hulu, and others. Plus there’s Alexa support for hands-free features.

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