The Samsung QE65Q80A TV not only offers all the advantages of QLED, but is also intended for console gamers thanks to its HDMI 2.1 connection. This versatile model also benefits from a reduction doubled by an ODR, which lowers its price from 1,699 euros to 799 euros on Rue du Commerce.
The Samsung QE65Q80A QLED TV.
Whether you want to change your TV to enjoy better display quality or HDMI 2.1 connectivity to connect your PS5 or Xbox Series X, the Samsung QE65Q80A QLED TV will offer the best of both worlds. And if you thought that this kind of technical sheet would necessarily increase the bill, think again since its price does not currently exceed 800 euros thanks to a reduction doubled by an ODR.
The strengths of the Samsung QE65Q80A QLED TV
A 65-inch 4K QLED panel
One HDMI 2.1 port
Very good sound quality
First displayed at 1,699 euros, then reduced to 999 euros, the Samsung QE65Q80A QLED TV now costs 799 euros at Rue du commerce thanks to an ODR of 200 euros.
A neat design as Samsung knows how to do it well
The Samsung QE65Q80A QLED TV stands out first of all for its design, which offers, as the brand is used to, elegance and really appreciable sobriety. We are thus entitled to ultra-thin borders, and a very solid foot, without being too massive: it will therefore leave all the necessary space for a sound bar if necessary. Above all, Samsung has decided to hide the TV cables in this foot so as not to bother with an unsightly pile of wires.
A TV cut out for gaming
The Samsung QE65Q80A QLED TV has an HDMI 2.1 port, it will be perfectly suited to next-gen consoles such as the PS5 and the Xbox Series X. This port will allow [email protected] fps display as well as support for variable refresh rate (VRR) support, practical for combating the phenomenon of screen tearing, or tearing during gaming sessions. For this, we can also count on the AMD FreeSync.
Other alternatives to the Samsung QE65Q80A
If you want to discover other models to compare them to the Samsung QE65Q80A TV, we invite you now to consult our guide to the best Samsung and TCL QLED TVs in 2022.
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