Fnac is launching promotions on its high-tech universe with attractive discounts of 20% on Sony 4K OLED TVs.
The arrival of the next-gen consoles is approaching day by day, and several events remind us of it like the Summer Game Fest which prepares us for a real festival full of surprises. From what we know, the next-gen will natively integrate 4K with a framerate that can exceed 60 FPS. A 4K TV will therefore be recommended (but not necessary) to take full advantage of the capabilities of these new machines. If you want to cross the 4K mark, the Fnac promotion on Sony and LG televisions could interest you.
Here is our selection:
The most high tech
TV Sony Bravia OLED 4K HDR Smart Android TV 55 at € 1,599 instead of € 1999 or – 20%
This TV is the best performing of the selection. OLED, 4K HDR, 100Hz and with a screen size of 55 ", the Sony Bravia is a product that will prepare you to welcome new generation consoles in the best conditions. Remember that OLED is one of the best panel technologies currently available on the market, with the advantage of offering an unequaled contrast ratio and brilliant color rendering.Beyond video games, it is an ideal type of screen for cinema.
The best quality / price ratios
A very balanced Smart TV which has a 4K display in 58 ". We will note a scanning frequency of 50Hz and a screen equipped with LED technology. However, for a price of 699 €, the performances are quite adequate and enough to take full advantage of the next-gen.
Sony 4K HDR Smart Android TV for € 799.99 instead of € 899.99
For fans of the Sony brand, know that this 4K smart TV is on sale for € 100, a price of € 799 instead of € 899. A higher price than the Philips model but which has a few subtleties like Sony Triluminos technology which allows the display of natural colors or the addition of X-Motion Flow ensuring the display of sharp and fluid images. The presence of Android TV is also synonymous with great compatibility with all VOD services, not to mention the presence of YouTube or Google Music.
By jameson30, Journalist igamesnews.com