£298.98 LOGIK L49UE17 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD LED TV @ Currys (possible £30 cashback with Quidco)
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£298.98 LOGIK L49UE17 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD LED TV @ Currys (possible £30 cashback with Quidco)

£298.98Currys Deals
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Found 27th May
Was £359....get it for £268.98

Go to Quidco> get £30 cash back and click link to currys> Tv currently at £298.98
with cash back.

currys.co.uk/gbu…tml
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Nice find @hannah.godfrey - and good first deal!

Welcome to HUKD, heat added
Great timing @hannah.godfrey i was just looking at tv's and you post this deal. Brilliant thank you.
4k or not, is this brighter than normal 1080p TVs? Contrast of 6000 seems rather low and I can only assume this will not be bright enough.
And after the 1 year guarantee runs out it will go *POP* kidding! Good price for 4k shame the guarantee wasn't longer
kaizhu7927th May

4k or not, is this brighter than normal 1080p TVs? Contrast of 6000 seems …4k or not, is this brighter than normal 1080p TVs? Contrast of 6000 seems rather low and I can only assume this will not be bright enough.


Brightness is 350 cd/m2 with a contrast of 6000 and that is what you should compare with other manufacturers although many so called decent brand tv's won't give you that data anymore as they are faking HDR support on often low contrast, low brightness panels so its not always easy to find those figures but normally if they won't supply those figures it will be pretty bad or at least nothing special.

You can check on this site to see if you can find the data for the models you are considering.

displayspecifications.com/en

Check out this one;

displayspecifications.com/en/…c02

Much less brightness and contrast on the panel and yet claiming HDR despite such a poor panel and quite likely inferior motion too.

They even do a model with 200 cd/m2 almost half the brightness of the Logic set.

To be honest I'm unsure how much brightness or contrast is needed to give a decent HDR experience but I have seem many budget sets with so called HDR that don't seem to achieve anything beyond non HDR 4k sets really. I was very impressed with a Samsung that offered HDR but it was well over £1,000. It feels like nothing below £600 really offers a decent HDR experience on this size of screen 49"/50" and even above that the gains are small until you are close to the £1,000 or more territory.
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