Samsung QE65Q65T review
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- 4K Ultra-HD
Along with the Q60T range, this is the cheapest QLED range you can get. You get plenty of nice, if non-essential, features, but it’s the impact that the quantum dots make on the picture quality that we’re interested in. Good sound would help, too. Do you need to spend more for a Best Buy QLED, or is the 65-inch QE65Q65T (sometimes called the QE65Q65TAUXXU) good enough? Our review has the answer.
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- What’s it like to use?
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- Should I buy it?
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