Samsung 4k UE65F9000 Silver - 65Inch Ultra HD £4299 @ PC World
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Samsung 4k UE65F9000 Silver - 65Inch Ultra HD £4299 @ PC World

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Found 20th Jan 2014
Probably get shot down in flames for this, but for anyone who has had an eye on this 4k TV, It's been hovering around the £5k mark, and has now dropped to £4,300 with five year guarantee.

Discover Ultra High Definition images with Samsung UE65F9000 Ultra HD Smart 3D LED TV which together with cutting-edge technologies like S Recommendation, Voice Interaction and new Smart Hub will open for you doors to overpowering Home Entertainment experience.

The Samsung UE65F9000 Ultra HD LED TV has resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels what is four times higher than the full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080. Thanks to the Ultra HD resolution you will not see any pixellation even when you are sitting right next to the TV. Pictures will look incredibly sharp and detailed, and all movement very smooth and precise.

Samsung UE65F9000 Smart LED TV belongs to the Samsung's range of evolutionary TVs. Using Smart Evolutionary Kit (optional) you can keep your TV up to date and take benefits of the very latest Samsung TV technologies without buying a new TV. The powerful Quad Core processing guarantees quicker webpage-loading and enables you to switch from your favourite shows to the most loved apps in the blink of an eye. It also significantly boosts performance with faster access to Smart Features, higher quality video streaming and true multi-tasking capabilities.

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just a quick Google search found this for £4100

Great deal. A little small for my room but Just bought 2.

Probably a really nice tv but im not even entertaining a 4K tv until they are £1200 or less which they will be and by then a few teresteral channels will be available. Meanwhile spending £4000-£6000 on a 4K tv is absolutely pointless and will be pretty useless as you will hardly ever take advantage of that resolution now.

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leeyarnold

just a quick Google search found this for £4100



With five year guarantee?

Cheers ordered for spare / guest room.

cant wait till these bad boys drop down in price

hewittinspain

Probably a really nice tv but im not even entertaining a 4K tv until they … Probably a really nice tv but im not even entertaining a 4K tv until they are £1200 or less which they will be and by then a few teresteral channels will be available. Meanwhile spending £4000-£6000 on a 4K tv is absolutely pointless and will be pretty useless as you will hardly ever take advantage of that resolution now.


Says who? Sony and lots of other companies do offer 4k streaming movies. Netflix would start streaming 4k sometimes this year.
Moreover people that buy this "absolutely pointless" ultra hd TV are going to make it possible for ignorant people like you to be able to afford it!

4K probably does look great... but it seems that right now there is almost no 4K content readily available. I'll jump on board when sets are cheaper and 4K Blurays are common place.

Just bought one for the bathroom. Thanks.

Why pay this price for LED when oleds are round the corner,,, no more LED light bleed

When will I be able to get an oled 55 inch for £1K? Then I jump!

WTF!!!!!!!!!!!!

Just got one to replace my pc monitor thx heat added

bruntz

Just got one to replace my pc monitor thx heat added



im havin one put into the dash of the bugatti

Edited by: "nitr0genics" 20th Jan 2014

TomTom works on it? Could be a good Sat nav

Lots comming out next year wouldnt touch these just yet what with polaroids 500 quid version and various other companies comming in at under 800 quid im going to see what happens

hewittinspain

Probably a really nice tv but im not even entertaining a 4K tv until they … Probably a really nice tv but im not even entertaining a 4K tv until they are £1200 or less which they will be



£1200??? You may get yourself a real crap budget 4k TV at that price in 3 years but it certainly won't be 65" . I wouldn't even entertain a 65" 1080p set at that price unless it was a bedroom TV. I guess your the kind of person that buys the bush and Toshiba tvs from argos, the ones with the awful panels made in Turkey.

4k-n hell

There is £4,149.99 with delivery bit cheaper but PC world is better interms of warranty and all

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Edited by: "thkarthik" 20th Jan 2014

Interesting and emerging technology. Let mass production and cheaper prices commence!

Thanks just bought one, bit too big for a TV but makes a great surface for snorting cocaine in my front room.

I still think the first manufacturer to offer an early adopter incentive like say buy this TV for 4k now to support us and we will give you an extended warranty and the revised model for 1/2 price in 3 years will be onto a winner. I for one would have stuck on the bleeding edge then...

Processing isn't up to scratch yet, demos I've watched have had very juddering backgrounds.. Look carefully before you buy (as I'm sure anyone spending this amount of money will!)

isn't UltraHD different to 4K (slightly different aspect ration and less pixel count)?
Edited by: "94jdh" 20th Jan 2014

A great TV but is there any 4k content available?
Edited by: "Gozer" 20th Jan 2014

94jdh

isn't UltraHD different to 4K (slightly different aspect ration and less … isn't UltraHD different to 4K (slightly different aspect ration and less pixel count)?



No it's the same thing.

Nice One Op..

Just bought one for the garage wall so I can watch soccer AM during weekend car washing detail...

Great deal! Bought one for my dog, he just can't wait to watch dog porno in ultra HD.

as much as I would love a 4k tv, by the time your 5 year warranty has expired, it will be around £500 for 1 of these

Apparently the lovely Chinese fellows who develop all of this technology have said they want to skip 4k as they're already half way to 8k now. I can't keep up lol.

On the plus side, Amazon sells 4k blu rays at around the normal going rate (around £10) so at least there isn't too much mark up from standard blu rays.

Can I connect my vhs player?

Kev`

Apparently the lovely Chinese fellows who develop all of this technology … Apparently the lovely Chinese fellows who develop all of this technology have said they want to skip 4k as they're already half way to 8k now. I can't keep up lol. On the plus side, Amazon sells 4k blu rays at around the normal going rate (around £10) so at least there isn't too much mark up from standard blu rays.



These 4k blu rays you mention are not actually 4k resolution, they are "mastered in 4k"

True 4k blu rays don't exist yet, only hard drives loaded with 4k films or 4k streaming services
Edited by: "KCooperman" 20th Jan 2014

Banned

Thanks just bought one to play darts on

Been looking for a tv for the bathroom ... is it waterproof?

Wait for the next model with Netflix built in. Netflix will be streaming 4k in a matter of months and if you get this Tv you would need another gadget to uncompress streamed 4k. The newer models will have the special chip built in. Am just saying that's all.

Glayvar

Wait for the next model with Netflix built in. Netflix will be streaming … Wait for the next model with Netflix built in. Netflix will be streaming 4k in a matter of months and if you get this Tv you would need another gadget to uncompress streamed 4k. The newer models will have the special chip built in. Am just saying that's all.



This one already has a built in HEVC decoder so Netflix 4K is good to go, plus it uses a one connect box that can be upgraded to one with HDMI2 inputs etc for future proofing if need be

People keep talking about 4k streaming on here. Surely that will only work on super fast broadband? My exchange has only just been LLU'd, fibre is years off, and I live three miles from a city centre. What sort of speed connection would 4k streaming even need?

Point being, this technology is still pretty much proof-of-concept, I don't see any reason for people to buy it until there is actual media available in significant a amounts. Kind of reminds me of the old Dilbert cartoon, where he bought one of the first videophones then sat there watching it waiting for someone else to buy a videophone so he could be called.

Gdfrench

People keep talking about 4k streaming on here. Surely that will only … People keep talking about 4k streaming on here. Surely that will only work on super fast broadband? My exchange has only just been LLU'd, fibre is years off, and I live three miles from a city centre. What sort of speed connection would 4k streaming even need?Point being, this technology is still pretty much proof-of-concept, I don't see any reason for people to buy it until there is actual media available in significant a amounts. Kind of reminds me of the old Dilbert cartoon, where he bought one of the first videophones then sat there watching it waiting for someone else to buy a videophone so he could be called.


Well despite UHD being called 4k, it isn't actually 4x better than 1080p as i've seen quite a few articles which state it is. It's 2x 1080p

If you have a connection that can stream 1080p in a breeze then 4k will be no issue.

Cold not HD ready.

Gdfrench

People keep talking about 4k streaming on here. Surely that will only … People keep talking about 4k streaming on here. Surely that will only work on super fast broadband? My exchange has only just been LLU'd, fibre is years off, and I live three miles from a city centre. What sort of speed connection would 4k streaming even need?Point being, this technology is still pretty much proof-of-concept, I don't see any reason for people to buy it until there is actual media available in significant a amounts. Kind of reminds me of the old Dilbert cartoon, where he bought one of the first videophones then sat there watching it waiting for someone else to buy a videophone so he could be called.



Netflix are saying about 15Mbps to stream 4k stuff. Don't forget there's plenty of 4k content on e.g. youtube but granted its gonna be a while until movies are available ton watch in 4k at home...
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