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Upgrade your living room with $200 off the Sony X900H 4K Smart TV

Sony X900h Android Tv
Sony X900h Android Tv

If you're looking for a smart TV this year, you can't go wrong with the Sony X900H 65-inch 4K Android TV (opens in new tab), which is down to just $1049.99 at Best Buy. That's $350 off Best Buy's regular price and $200 off this TV's regular price elsewhere. It's the lowest we have ever seen for the 65-inch version and even beats out Amazon's (opens in new tab) price by $100 right now.

You can also get the 55-inch version (opens in new tab) of the TV for $949.99. That's $50 better than any price we've seen before.

Thanks to the built-in Android TV and Google Assistant, you'll find the X900H is compatible with a lot of systems and has several methods of control. For one thing, you could just control it with your voice. Use your smart voice assistant to adjust the volume or find your favorite show. You can also connect it to your home network and control the rest of your smart home from your living room. The TV can also work with Amazon Alexa, you'll just need an Alexa device nearby. Use your TV to view camera feeds, launch apps, and much more. The X900H is also compatible with Apple AirPlay 2 and HomeKit so you can integrate with an iPhone and other Siri smart devices.

Beyond the smart features, the TV itself is fantastic. It has an X1 processor and 4K X-Reality Pro technoloigy so it can upscale 4K content and ensure you're getting the best picture quality. With HDR support you'll get wonderful image quality showing off all the details of the world you're immersed in. You also get a triluminos display and full array local dimming for the best possible colors.

It's also not a bad TV for gamers since it has its own Game Mode. This helps the TV provide a more responsive experience, and if you use the HDMI 2.1 port you can get up to 120fps with reduced input lag.

John Levite
Deals Editor

J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now covers deals for Android Central, iMore, and Windows Central. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.

  • If you want a gaming TV like this one claims to be, look elsewhere. It has every gaming feature you could ask for, but you can only use one feature at a time with this TV. VRR turns off local dimming. Cannot do 4K Dolby Vision and 120Hz at the same time literally in the options you have to decide which feature you want. Cannot display 1440p resolution. It's not a horrible TV, it has great color, contrast, HDR, it just doesn't live up to it's gaming promises. I sense a class action suit against Sony over this TV.
  • I havr the 75 inch version of thisTV and absolutely love it but you are right, It does not do everything it was promised it would do when it comes to gaming and yes, there may be a lawsuit at some point, as well they're should be. Outside of gaming though, Fantastic TV.