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Walmart Rollback Days deal: Sony's 75-inch 4K TV is 67% off

Equip your home theater with one of Sony's best LED models, now $1,699 off the original price.
Written by Rebecca Isaacs, Staff Writer

Walmart's Rollback Days just started this morning, meaning you can save hundreds -- if not thousands -- on much-needed tech upgrades. One such upgrade? The Sony 75-inch Class XR75X95J BRAVIA XR Full Array LED 4K Ultra HD Smart Google TV is on sale for only $1,298, saving you $1,699. This is the lowest price we've seen on this particular model.

The Sony TV brings 75-inches of great LED picture into your home theater and uses 4K HDR picture to give you life-like images while you're watching your favorite films. This high-quality picture can also be attributed to the XR Contrast Booster 10 that enhances detailed blacks and peak brightness. Get over a billion colors, too, with the XR Triluminos Pro -- a signature Sony tech feature that makes their TV models consistently part of our picks for best OLED TVs

Because it's such a large picture TV, you can view it from anywhere in the room, as it uses X-Wide Angle and X-Anti Reflection technologies to allow you to watch your movies in any spot in the room. You can also expect Dolby Vision, IMAX Enhanced, and a special Netflix calibration mode to help you watch movies how they were meant to be watched – even on Netflix.

Additionally, it's perfect to hang out and game with your friends on a Playstation 5, as it can stream games in that same 4K picture quality. The TV can handle up to 120 frames per second, and the lag will be as small as 8.5ms.

While it comes with Google TV so you can stream over 700,000 shows without logging into any apps and Google Assistant voice commands, it also offers Apple AirPlay. So, if you're embedded into the Apple TV system, you can watch Apple TV shows like Ted Lasso.

This is the lowest price we've seen on this model, and $1,298 for a Sony TV is an unreal deal. Be sure to add it to your cart today, as we don't know how long the Rollback Days deals last. They could be like Amazon Prime where they last through the entire four-day deals extravaganza, but it could also be similar to once all stock is claimed the deals vanishes. 

Also be sure to check out the other Rollback Days deals we'll be covering throughout the day. Some of our best deals picks include the RCA 50-inch model for only $178, $300 off an EcoVacs DeeBot N8+, and $150 in savings on a 27-inch Acer monitor for WFH.

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