Upgrade to 4K with this curved 65-inch Sony 3D TV for £1,659

If you happen to be sat staring at your 32-inch TV and desire something a little larger with some more advanced features, Amazon UK has you covered with this sweet deal on a 65-inch Sony TV which can be yours for £1,659 (opens in new tab). The set has support for 4K, 3D and is curved for an optimal viewing experience. It's still a little pricey for most consumers, but you'll be saving £840.46 (or 34%) if you act now.

An added bonus of this Sony TV is the inclusion of Android TV. Not only will you be able to take full advantage of 4K and 3D content, but also everything Google's media platform has to offer. With Microsoft's Project Scorpio around the corner with what's expected to be 4K gaming, it's a future-proof investment too. There's even the option to throw in a soundbar and subwoofer for a combined total of £1,768.

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Rich Edmonds
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Rich Edmonds was formerly a Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.

  • Never understand why anyone would buy a curved TV. Google apps are crap but the price for this TV is nice.
  • Have you ever actually seen one?
  • Seen what?
  • A curved TV, i guess. But i agree with Gerard, curved TV's have horrible viewing angles...
  • Yeah I hate curved TV's. All the ones I've considered so far are just not up to scratch with viewing angles. I'll drop some cash on a 4K panel soon but it won't be a curved one that's for sure.
  • If I had this money, I would buy many more useful things with it and wait for the price of 4k monitors to become mainstream
  • Insanity. But the TV is nice. I love thin bezels
  • I am stuck with LG or Vizio brands unfortunately. All the others use the active "electronic blinking" glasses for 3d and those give me an instant pounding headache. I have no issue with the passive polarized type that LG and Vizio use, same as the Real-D cinemas.
  • Curved are pointless unless you are sitting directly in front of it
  • Right, it's a hype. 2 years from now no one will buy it.
  • I completely agree. I'd buy a curved monitor, but never a curved tv.
  • Or get it for just under £1500 from Power Direct : https://www.powerdirect.co.uk/catalog/product/view/id/7888/s/sony-kd65s8...
  • I was firmly certain this would be my next tv until i read android. I really dont want android anything as this, for example, would make my tv the weaklink in my home network's security.
  • Sony takes LCD panels from Loewe but better option is Mitsubishi LaserVue 96 % display acceptable by the human eye. Goodnight
  • Every major tech site will tell you curved is a gimmick. And viewing from anything but centre distorts the contours of the picture. They do not recommend anyone buying a curved tv. Don't do it. They won't be around long.