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SAMSUNG UE55H6800 Smart 3D 55" Curved LED TV £999.00 @ Currys/PC World
SAMSUNG UE55H6800 Smart 3D 55" Curved LED TV £999.00 @ Currys/PC World

SAMSUNG UE55H6800 Smart 3D 55" Curved LED TV £999.00 @ Currys/PC World

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£300 off and cheaper than anywhere else i could find.
For anyone looking for a sub £1000 curved 55" tv

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According to the Mail today, John Lewis have it at the same price but with 5 year warranty.

have to ask yourself why this is so much cheaper than the top end sets in my opinion...there is a good reason why top end 1080p sets are still more expensive than this....you get what you pay for,,,,

I don't get it, when an Iphone 6 bends it's the end of the world but we are happy to buy a bent TV and pay more for it

even if not same price at JL they usually price match.

Don't forget £50 with O2 moments

Any TV bought nowadays needs to be 4K.

I appreciate theres not many inputs/sources to choose from, but with the release of UHD, these are effectively out dated tech.

Great price though for recent times.

Dont know why the TV prices seem to rollercoast at the moment, I got the same spec above, (but not curved) and in 60" for £999 about 2-3 years ago (from PC World).

Surely the price should be even less.

mike_c

I don't get it, when an Iphone 6 bends it's the end of the world but we … I don't get it, when an Iphone 6 bends it's the end of the world but we are happy to buy a bent TV and pay more for it

legend

usual price for this .
just the usual false sales price.

been asking too much and finally reduced to the same as everywhere else so can advertise this as a load off.
curry's pcworld and argos are known for it.

Damn it's curved

en_ger_land

Don't forget £50 with O2 moments



wow that's cheap , I'll buy the lot

Silhouette

Any TV bought nowadays needs to be 4K.I appreciate theres not many … Any TV bought nowadays needs to be 4K.I appreciate theres not many inputs/sources to choose from, but with the release of UHD, these are effectively out dated tech.Great price though for recent times.Dont know why the TV prices seem to rollercoast at the moment, I got the same spec above, (but not curved) and in 60" for £999 about 2-3 years ago (from PC World).Surely the price should be even less.



I completely disagree , my advise would be wait until the 4k sets come down to a more reasonable price (wont be long !) , Whilst the 4k gives significant improvements over full HD you are paying a premium for it and whilst there is so little content to be had right now , I would hangfire.

Advancements in TV sets in recent times have been hard and fast and consumers are struggling to keep up , let alone broadcasters who now need to feed us 4k ...... there will inevitably be some delay I sense with this as they haven't even given us full HD yet on Freeview / Cable / Satellite and how long has Full HD been out ?!
Edited by: "rooney10" 24th Dec 2014

rooney10

I completely disagree



Apologies, I think my point has come across wrong.

I dont mean - go buy a 4K TV now - I meant, these are dead tech to me - so *only* buy a 4K TV if you're thinking of getting a new one.

I wouldnt advise anyone to buy 4K just yet. The price is tumbling as, as mentioned, theres no source/input apart from probably 6 remastered 4K blurays... so theres no point.

I wouldnt buy a non-4K TV... But I wouldnt buy a 4K one yet either.

Especially for this sort of money. The TV I first wanted was £4,600 and was £2,800 everywhere about 6 months later. Its now around £2,200-2,400 and the price is only going to keep falling.

Sky 4K is coming 2015 - and I dare say Virgin 4K will announce at some point.

When they have a firm date - thats when to go shopping

To take advantage of 4K you will depend on attached boxes or the TV's built-in apps. People would be well advised to wait for these to actually exist and for TVs to be produced that are fully compatible with whatever standards might appear over the next year. Trying to "future proof" could have the opposite effect if current 4K TVs don't support whatever (if any) 4K sources come along.

For TV, streaming, blu-ray, or gaming a good 1080p TV is perfectly acceptable - in fact I wonder how many people watch even 1080p content?

yep but it's like buying up the last of the plasma tvs or HD dvd. or going back beta max. ..
all very good. but had there day.
top end HD TV is good but now old tech.
no new coming out in HD.

I don't know about other people but I usually keep my TV for 5 years. Surely like me, others don't buy new TV's regularly.
Therefore you should be buying a 4k TV if you are in the market for one.
Obviously as 2nd TV this shouldn't concern you.

jwsg

In fact I wonder how many people watch even 1080p content?



I honestly cant remember the last time I watched SD TV.

All the 'proper' channels have a HD equivalent, I watch a lot of Netflix at 1080p, but 90% of the time my daughter is watching Disney BluRays - or im watching BluRay Movies.

It actually hurts my eyes to switch to SD channels.

The Revolutionary Anti-Curved Glasses: youtu.be/ZHj…nw0

HD TV is at least mature and going to be around for a few years.

4K is being introduced in phases with all the features that it will eventually have yet to be agreed on. High dynamic range is one of the proposed ideas. They need to settled as standard before all the media and broadcast stuff is settled.

Expect early 4k tellies to be like prototypes, or betas. I won't be splashing any cash until the tech matures a bit.

As for curved, if you like it go for it!

isn't 4k already being replaced with 8k. I am waiting for next years android tvs ( if they appear)

I noticed the OLED has tv has gone up £500 ready for the sale! Was £2000.
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