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This Black Friday TV deal just got better: now there's £400 off the 65-inch Panasonic JX800B

This Black Friday TV deal just got better: now there's £400 off the 65-inch Panasonic JX800B
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If you're yet to take advantage of the £300 off TV deal we brought you last week, don't. That's because there's an even better Black Friday deal on it, and again it's from Amazon.

The Panasonic TX-65JX800B now has £400 off, taking it from £1099 to just £699 – that's an extra £100 off the previous sale price, which was already very generous. Now that's a stone cold bargain.

Best Black Friday Panasonic TX-65JX800B 65in TV deal

£1099

Panasonic TX-65JX800B £1099 £699 at Amazon (save £300)
This 65in LED TV runs the Android TV operating system, bringing all the usual apps together in a slick user interface. You can also control it just by speaking, thanks to the power of Google Assistant. Includes Dolby Vision HDR, three HDMI inputs, plus ARC and ALLM support.

We haven't reviewed this exact TV, but we have tested its predecessor from last year, the TX-58HX800B. And it earned five stars in our review. So hopes are high for this one.

The Android TV operating system brings all the apps you would expect, including YouTube, Netflix and BBC iPlayer. And Chromecast built-in means you can beam content to the big screen wirelessly from your phone or tablet.

Dolby Vision HDR comes as standard for giving you better contrast, and Filmmaker Mode sets the film's colour palette, contrast, aspect ratio and frame rate as the director envisaged. It automatically adjusts the picture even if light levels change. You also get three HDMI inputs in total with ARC and ALLM support included for good measure.

Tempted? This deal might not last long, so get in while stocks last.

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Joe Svetlik

Joe has been writing about tech for 17 years, first on staff at T3 magazine, then in a freelance capacity for Stuff, The Sunday Times Travel Magazine, Men's Health, GQ, The Mirror, Trusted Reviews, TechRadar and many more (including What Hi-Fi?). His specialities include all things mobile, headphones and speakers that he can't justifying spending money on.