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Samsung QE65Q900RA 65" Q8K 8K QLED TV (2018 Model) - £1,949 @ Beyond Television
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What exactly is 8K resolution? It’s super high-resolution that’s 4 times higher than 4K UHD and 16 times higher than FHD. With more than 33 million pixels, Samsung QLED 8K Q900R gi… Read more
Tony_DR

Obviously you have not seen current QLEDs when you make references to non issues like viewing angles. At least there is no risk of a deteriorating picture over time with QLED. OLED from LG is end of life. The world's best displays are LED based, QLED already outsells OLED, the world's largest manufacturers like Huawei are moving to Quantum Dot based screens and Samsung are launching QD based hybrid OLED screens to address to brightness and burn in issues that can't be fixed with the LG ones.

ayeworld

I obviously have seen them. Brightness doesn't mean better picture quality ask a AV specialist. I use mine to watch 4k bluray and I don't play games so that's irrelevant. If you think paying over £2000 for a tv is reasonable then go for it, I certainly don't. It's your opinion and that's mine.

Tony_DR

Overall ! = HDR specifically. I buy my Tv's specifically for watching HDR content and gaming. You obviously havnt seen the latest QLEDs. They fixed the viewing angle issues. And the picture quality isn't even close on OLED compared to QLED for HDR viewing. QLED has way higher peak brightness, a wider colour gamut, and better detail in very dark picture areas. Particularly on the 2019 8K QLEDs which are the current reference HDR TVs for a reasonable price imo. And above those you have Sony Crystal and Samsung The Wall which are also LED based but not cheap.

ayeworld

If you say so. (annoyed) I've always bought Samsung, but I prefer LG's Oled now. The picture quality is superior in every way, with superior viewing angles.I also prefer the slicker software, design, build and apps. Based on the last few years of CNET's side-by-side comparison reviews, LG's OLED TVs have all delivered better overall image quality than Samsung QLED TVs https://www-cnet-com.cdn.ampproject.org/v/s/www.cnet.com/google-amp/news/qled-vs-oled-samsung-tv-and-lg-tv-2019-comparison/?amp_js_v=a2&amp_gsa=1&usqp=mq331AQEKAFwAQ%3D%3D#aoh=15686583230296&referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com&amp_tf=From%20%251%24s&ampshare=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.cnet.com%2Fnews%2Fqled-vs-oled-samsung-tv-and-lg-tv-2019-comparison%2F

Tony_DR

Yes they do. These are token mitigations along with firmware changes that reduce the already poor peak brightness of OLED that do little to address the fundamental problem that LG OLED panels still suffer from burn in. Testing has found that this is still an issue with the latest 2019 panels. Thats largely why QLED outsells all OLED panel makers combined and LG OLED is an end of life technology: rtings.com/tv/learn/real-life-oled-burn-in-test zdnet.com/article/fear-and-trembling-lg-display-faces-the-axe-for-oled-tv-burn-in-and-market-squeeze/

Bigfootpete

That's odd - I just got an e-mail from them and at the top of the e-mail is the 55inch model - and it's £500 more? I assume it's a better model?

Yas

Well, you'll be wanting to play physical 4K discs for comparison, not a stream which is inferior quality to start with, and gets even worse if the bandwidth dips. Not saying that will now show any difference, but you want to give yourself the best chance.

Masteryates

I agree with you lee. On the other hand, the comments section can be used to point out flaws with a potential purchase, i.e. lack of 8K content. I think we both know there are many out there which will think if they buy an 8K TV, everything will suddenly be in 8K and look fantastic.

dilahk

Bought a Q900 75in couple of weeks ago been watching blu ray

Naqvi

I have the 75" version and I love it. I prefer it over oleds. Although OLED's have better contrast ratios, I just don't like their RGB look and just did not want to worry about screen burn as I have a lot of long gaming sessions. If it wasn't for screen burn, I would have gone oled.

75” Q900R Flagship QLED 8K HDR 4000 Smart TV - £2699  + 5 yr warranty@ Samsung (back on offer)
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Uniday samsung have this on offer.. but decent price for 75 8K QLED TV. Plus £500 cashback on selected models. Student link samsung.com/uk/store/students/login/
ayeworld

Or my 16k content. https://www.engadget.com/amp/2019/09/13/sony-crystal-cinema-16k-home-theater/?guccounter=1&guce_referrer=aHR0cHM6Ly90LmNvL1B1ekx2dTBUYXY_YW1wPTE&guce_referrer_sig=AQAAAJQXh7KfKqqAOJ8UEGy2oQj25uKIor3E-K9sT8Q6dC6qh_BF8tsOEHCM8PNBrkQJWdAgZb0n4Q7cQmceZO7HH7t5xRmY2lBzYppMiUuNeZOsMX7lZycnHKfJHlranBh-JZ55kpRutICPVZ2MQHbObiwArkz6N49N9TuK0dkpXIp5&__twitter_impression=true

Andy-thejollyboys

Ordered, just waiting for call to arrange engineer visit.

hrking2000

FYI Q900R owners - HDMI 2.1 upgrade to Oneconnect box is now available in UK. Contact Samsung chat support about it.

hrking2000

Call 03307267864, that's the warranty company direct (Options 1,2,1,1 I think). Just say you want to register your tv, bought direct through Samsung and has a 5 year warranty as shown on their website (don’t mention you bought it via Purchase Portal discount).

hdhamu11

Hi, I've recently purchased the TV and can say it's amazing but Samsung have only provided a 1 year warranty. If anyone else who has taken advantage of this deal please advise how to get the additional 4 years?

SAMSUNG QE65Q900R 65'' QLED 8K HDR 3000 Smart TV with 6 Year Guarantee £2249 with code @ RicherSounds
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True 8K resolution See the bigger picture and not the pixels with 4 times the resolution of 4K. Get closer with enhanced colours, texture and skin tones that makes every seat the … Read more
hrking2000

FYI Q900R owners - HDMI 2.1 upgrade to Oneconnect box is now available in UK. Contact Samsung chat support about it.

nothingmuch

No update apparently still awaiting warranty team to get back

volc25

Did you get any updates to this?

xtremedetailz

Could anybody send me an invite to the Samsung EPP please :) I will provide some beer tokens for the trouble.

nothingmuch

Hi, They have had to raise a ticket for me is this normal? Do you by any chance have a direct line to the warranty company? Thank you

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Vauxhall Crossland 1.2 Elite Nav Lease 24 month lease £195 per month no deposit 8k p/a £216 admin fee £4883.76 @ Leasecar
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Vauxhall Crossland 1.2 Elite Nav Lease 24 month lease £195 per month no deposit 8k p/a £216 admin fee £4883.76 @ Leasecar
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Great price on a high spec small SUV. They have stock available, I’ve just ordered one. Metallic is free too. Car comes with full leather! RRP is £19390! £195 per month over two y… Read more
mailmikey

If you lease for 2 years, do you only pay for one service at the end of year 1? Or do you have to pay for the service due at the end of year 2 before you hand back?

Besford

I think you've answered your own question there mate.

RedmanDealer

What does my posting history have to do with anything? Are you one of those weird internet stalkers? Judging by some of the other comments looks like others also agree with my assessment of the Mokka. In any case, have already taken my comments back since other posters pointed out it has nothing to do with this the PSA-based Crossland.

GAVINLEWISHUKD

That's another Vauxhall that is a PSA car built on the same platform as the Peugeot 3008.

arcticchimp

Not a fan of Vauxhall but I did drive a Grandland X recently on hire. Was surprised. Good drive, good toys and decent fuel economy at least on the motorway.

2018 65” Q900R Flagship QLED 8K HDR 3000 Smart TV at Samsung for £2799
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Last years model but think it’s a decent price for an 8K set considering some high end 4K TVs (Sony) are around this price. They do 0% also! Comes with free delivery and a 5 year… Read more
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hrking2000

Easy money for those who don't want to keep it (y)

Wolves38

Back in stock but £700 more now (lol) . Seems a few have found their way onto eBay !!!

Wolves38

The 65inch seems to have gone out of stock now, serves me right for not going for it, the 75 is just out of price range (lol)

NeO_Sk8eR

Still haven't pulled the trigger :p With perks at work it also gives me around 200 cashback so even cheaper

hrking2000

It's awesome, HDR is amazing. I convinced her to upgrade to a 75" safe to say there will be no new tech for a long time..... Worth it though (angel)

Samsung QE65Q900R 8K HDR Samsung TV 65 Inch £2,699 Crampton & Moore
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Samsung QE65Q900R 8K HDR Samsung TV 65 Inch £2,699 Crampton & Moore
I was looking for an 8K and i found this deal. Also who has access to Samsung Employee portal can get it with 2519 with 5 years warranty! I think is a great price.?
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hrking2000

FYI if you have Perks at Work, they have a Samsung offer where the 2018 q900 65" is £1,800 and the 75" is £2,700. I just picked up a 65" :D

jimhuf

The human eye can only see upto 720p, anything beyond that is your mind telling you its better

Lazaroi_Anca

And for 2519...

limpduck

to be fair looking at the reviews this does a great job at up scaling content

Tappers13

I agree good price these were 5k at release, not too much of a premium to pay over current sets to get to up to 8k. £100 cheaper than anywhere else

SAMSUNG QE65Q900R 65'' QLED 8K HDR 3000 Smart TV + FREE HWN850 Soundbar with wireless Subwoofer + 5 Year Warranty £3199 @ RGB Direct
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SAMSUNG QE65Q900R 65'' QLED 8K HDR 3000 Smart TV + FREE HWN850 Soundbar with wireless Subwoofer + 5 Year Warranty £3199 @ RGB Direct
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Samsung QLED 8K's high resolution adds a new dimension of reality to your living room. The 33-million pixel resolution lets you feel distance in a whole new way It intelligently up… Read more
MUFCristiano

8k is a fad today. It's the far future

Mugginz

FYI, 8K is 4*4K, so 4P split screen. If only there was something to push mariokart at 4k per screen :)

Tappers13

Likelihood is 4k will be skipped, broadcasters will go from 1080p to 8k as soon as TV become internet streamed not aerial. Upcoming olympics will be done in 8k, things like 8k upscaling will be hugely important too and will possibly be supported on new ps5/xbox consoles next year

unconfirmed

You just said “Never buy a new TV”, which is silly

stesavingexpert

Counter balance!

SAMSUNG QE85Q900 85-inch 8K Smart HDR QLED TV = £8999.97 after automatic discount @ Currys eBay
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SAMSUNG QE85Q900 85-inch 8K Smart HDR QLED TV = £8999.97 after automatic discount @ Currys eBay
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Only ONE left in stock apparently Samsung UK webpage for complete details & specs: https://www.samsung.com/uk/tvs/qledtv-q900r/QE85Q900RATXXU/ Review... Read more
BigAde

Waiting for EZLILED 17k ;)

Lime_Records

Waiting for ZLED 16k

Oms_A

I still use my 50inch 1080p

landros1

Just twice the price of my house in 1971.

Ripperoo

Ooooh, just the ticket for the chimney breast in a council house. :/

24m / 8k per Annum Lease - Volvo S90 2.0 T4 Momentum Plus 4dr Geartronic £314.99pm / £7,559.76 @ Leasing Options [No Fees / Deposit]
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24m / 8k per Annum Lease - Volvo S90 2.0 T4 Momentum Plus 4dr Geartronic £314.99pm / £7,559.76 @ Leasing Options [No Fees / Deposit]
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Very nice looking motor on a 2 year deal. There's no deposit or processing fees on this. so for personal customers £314.99 per month totalling £7,559.76. Currently can't see prices… Read more
AK81

I had an order placed for one of these but cancelled. Reason being, despite there being a 6 month wait for these, lipscomb offered the car within 10 days to a family member of mine who just rang up to enquire, apparently they had had a cancellation and rather than contact those who had already placed an order, they offer it to a new customer! He received it yesterday, will go and see it later today but looks like a lovely motor. It even has the r design kit on and he was offered it for the same price as the base model, as you can imagine I didn't really take well to the idea of paying the same, yet waiting 6 months and for an inferior model!!

Bertz99

You did respond that all British products were awful and I just gave one example that comes from what is termed motorsport valley. This goes far beyond F1 and is where the UK is considered both a world leader and the centre of excellence for. What that means, its impact in the motor industry and where, what we use daily, has been innovated and proven to its limits, I suggest you research a little bit further in understanding why those investing in the UK are not calling on your consulting services when choosing to invest here.

floz

So as you say everything Brits produce is awful, I’d recommend your boss sacks you as, by extrapolation, everything you do must be awful. Shame to hear you didn’t enjoy JLR. I’ve got a Jag and I absolutely love it. What are you getting next out of interest?

deeman180

Yes I'm a Brit ex owner of a Jag and soon be ex owner of a land rover.

deeman180

Well I can't comment on that as I've not seen to many F1 cars driving round town or on the roads or even in my local car garages

Volkswagen Passat Passat Saloon 1.5 TSI EVO 150 GT 4dr (Panoramic Roof) 2 years 8k per annum £5864.17 total - Central Vehicle Leasing
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Volkswagen Passat Passat Saloon 1.5 TSI EVO 150 GT 4dr (Panoramic Roof) 2 years 8k per annum £5864.17 total - Central Vehicle Leasing
2 year lease 8K pa total price £5864.17 Contract Length 24 Months Initial Rental £2,400.00 inc VAT … Read more
kasabians

No I took a 12+23 deal for GT dsg. £2,500 and £212/month for 20k miles. I think VW have closed the order book for the Passat with the facelift coming May and they are working through a big backlog of orders

Jake_Owen

Only just noticed this deal... I just got one from leasing options but it is the automatic. 1*35 at £277 with £199 processing fee at 12k miles per annum so £282 per month as a total average. This deal looks like it would work out about £268.34 per month for the manual over 24 months at 12k mileage per annum but that’s with the huge initial deposit (I know this would be slightly cheaper over a 36 month term so isn’t a true comparison). Did anyone take this deal and manage to pay 1+23, if so what price did you get?

paul.langham

Went with Leasehub as well.

kasabians

Wow that’s quick, did you order via central? I only ask as I went with leasehub in the end as had better rate for my mileage

paul.langham

Ordered end of feb with 22 April delivery.

Volvo S90 S90 Saloon 2.0 T4 Momentum 4dr Geartronic  £5203 for 18 months 8k @ Central vehicle leasing
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Volvo S90 S90 Saloon 2.0 T4 Momentum 4dr Geartronic £5203 for 18 months 8k @ Central vehicle leasing
Contract Length 18 Months Initial Rental £3,000.00 inc VAT 17 Months @ £119.99 inc VAT per Month Annual Mileage 8,000 Maintenance POA Admin Fee £180.00 inc VAT DAB Digital radio S… Read more
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gstewart79

Has anyone got the car on this deal yet? Apparently mine is arriving at the dealer on May 22nd

Johnny11718

Ok sounds good to me I'll have a look at that cheere

acj7744

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acj7744

Quite. I've got a V90. I often have to fly from Manchester airport. The multistory requires a 25 point turn to get in or out of a space.

Olly_Venables

<The value of your stocks can go up as well as down>

8K HDR Samsung QE65Q900R 65 inch QLED 8K HDR 3000 with 6 year Guaranteed - £4999 Richer Sounds
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8K HDR Samsung QE65Q900R 65 inch QLED 8K HDR 3000 with 6 year Guaranteed - £4999 Richer Sounds
Real 8K Resolution Experience perfect clarity wherever you want to sit watching the big screen. QLED 8K plunges you into the most detailed perspective with even deeper depth that m… Read more
Tony_DR

8K porn is available. Allegedly.

joe_logs

what can i watch in 8k lol

Tony_DR

The Q9FN is commonly considered the best 4K screen money can buy right now: https://www.techradar.com/uk/reviews/samsung-q9fn-qled-tv-qn65q9fn And OLED is reaching its limits whereas self emmissive QLED is coming.

RobertHewitt

Time content comes out these tvs will be half the price

techniques

What are you on about? 1080p on 41" looks great.

PREORDER: Samsung QE65Q900R (2018) QLED HDR 4000 8K Ultra HD Smart TV, 65" £4999.00 @ John Lewis & Partners
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PREORDER: Samsung QE65Q900R (2018) QLED HDR 4000 8K Ultra HD Smart TV, 65" £4999.00 @ John Lewis & Partners
real 8K resolution with intelligent AI upscaling for an incredibly lifelike picture. With over a billion true-to-life colours, HDR 4000 and Direct Full Array Elite technology 75" v… Read more
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sheppio

If this is true for you, you need to get down to Specsavers.

2minutenoodles

You’re just not reading what I said correctly.

M.it.is

Sorry but your contradicting yourself several times....your first post said "pointless, HD looks worse when upscaled", then you said "obviously 4k upscaled will look better than not upscaled"? You also said "its impossible to upscale 8k on a 4k tv" that is true I never said 8k upscaled on a 4k TV we are talking of the 8k samsung posted here upscaling to near 8k. Bottom line is if the Tv has a good upscale engine then then standard image will look better, that was my point, that the image on a 55" qled 8k will look better than on a qled 55" 4k as it has a better upscale engine (will bring it up near 8k) so how is an 8k tv pointless? If it gives better TV images watching standard, HD or 4k than on a current 4k TV then it is not pointless? The switch looks so much better on my 4k tv than on a higher model no 4k (1080p) set (I have several Samsung TV's so can see the upscale working.

2minutenoodles

Obviously on a 4K TV, 4K upscaled content will look better than if not upscaled due to pixel duplication and stretching needed to fill the screen. Pixel for pixel it would look better not stretched or duplicated on an HD TV as in doing so it’s showing you a false representation of the source material. It’s impossible to upscale to 8K on a 4K TV. Even with the advanced algorithms and improvements to upscaling over the years it always yields a slightly softer picture. My guess is it isn’t the pixel resolution improving your viewing experience but other benefits with your set.

M.it.is

Not sure what TV you have but my 4k upscaling looks SOOO much better than HD on my Samsung ku6500. This TV upscales even better (near 8k), so standard, HD and 4k channels/programs/dvds/blurays will ALL look better. This 'deal' though is stone cold as it's no deal, just free installation which is actually standard on a TV costing several of thousands of pounds!

Jaguar XF Sportbrake 2.0 Auto Lease - £233.54 per month (24m, 8k/pa, 9+23) 1st Choice Vehicle Leasing
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Jaguar XF Sportbrake 2.0 Auto Lease - £233.54 per month (24m, 8k/pa, 9+23) 1st Choice Vehicle Leasing
Good deal available on a Jagular XF Sportbrake Automatic. 2 year lease with 8k miles per year. 9+23 payment plan. Other contract lengths, plans and mileages are listed too. £233.… Read more
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Blazzz

Have You found something similar?

Andrew_Maben

Good deal, heat added. Could try Mad Sheep who have something similar, and even the Jaguar network, to see if they'll match.

SupeR130

Mines arriving today :)

m5rcc

There will be fewer diesel deals in the future given the current political environment surrounding them.

Volvo V90 Lease (PCH) £1999 Initial rental £179 pcm (£5042 for 18 months) 8k pa Allowance @ Marshall
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Volvo V90 Lease (PCH) £1999 Initial rental £179 pcm (£5042 for 18 months) 8k pa Allowance @ Marshall
PERSONAL CONTRACT HIRE FROM MARSHALL VOLVO AVAILABLE FROM £179 PER MONTH Based on 8k mileage pa Excess mileage charge for first 5,000 excess miles 7.56p After 5,000 excess m… Read more
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zuma107

Gotcha. Ok cool, thanks for the reply, seems a great deal

abuhaneefahali

My friend was interested in an S90 and they found him one on the same deal. The problem is finding stock without all the added extras.

2muchaggro

Well it's still advertised on Marshall website so give it ago

zuma107

Hey mate- what do you think the odds are of my contacting a Volvo dealer here in a London and getting exactly the deal you got (same options etc) - the spec you got is perfect for me and this seems a great deal, I know it’s now July tho

abuhaneefahali

They said the same at the End of May (apparently mine had to be registered by the end of May) however people still managed to get deals in June. They are still advertising it on their website too, I will expire it when they take it off unless there is something official to say it is no longer available. The difficulty seems to be finding stock as the ones that are left are high spec.

Jeep Renegade Diesel Hatchback 1.6 Multijet Longitude 5dr £205.99 per month (36 month Lease - 8k Annual Mileage - £617.97 initial £359.94 processing fee) total £8,187.56 @ Silverstone Fleet Management
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Jeep Renegade Diesel Hatchback 1.6 Multijet Longitude 5dr £205.99 per month (36 month Lease - 8k Annual Mileage - £617.97 initial £359.94 processing fee) total £8,187.56 @ Silverstone Fleet Management
I know this won't be for everyone, but noticed this Jeep renegade lease was currently the cheapest around, and with a reasonable upfront payment, and 8k mileage, if you are looking… Read more
m5rcc

Many won't care as it's not their car, but I don't see why you would not be inconvenienced to take the car to a FCA dealer to sort it out.

tonymcg

I would be worried more about 8k max a year in a diesel (DPF problems etc)

m5rcc

Thank goodness!

Meteoor

it is true I have never been up close to a Fiat 500X, but I like the Jeep styling/branding/Americana, the chunky door handles and mirrors the upright stance, the way the front view feels like you are looking through a periscope. There's nothing quite like it...

m5rcc

Despite being based on a Fiat 500X and made in the same factory in Italy...

Dell UltraSharp 32 PremierColor UltraHD 8K Monitor : UP3218K was £5154.86 now £4114.56
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Dell UltraSharp 32 PremierColor UltraHD 8K Monitor : UP3218K was £5154.86 now £4114.56
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Leading in innovation When you’re at the forefront of ingenuity, you get noticed. It’s no surprise the Dell UltraSharp 32 8Ki Monitor - UP3218K has received high praise and awards… Read more
_g_

My 15" 4k laptop is noticeably better than a 2k 15" laptop. However; it's just 'luxury' for the most part and doesn't add significantly to productivity etc - I've also got 28", 40" and 43" 4k monitors - at the bigger size a higher pixel density would be nice - my ideal would be a 5k+ curved 50"+. (None of the above have cost me much over £300, so unfortunately my dreams are unlikely to be reliased for a long time at a price point I'd find acceptable.)

WaftyCranker

Cold - not 16K

iceburglettuce

These are surely for professional users for the likes of photoshop and 3D work etc where the more detail you can get is better and the more windows / palettes you can get on the screen the better. I’ve no idea if this is hot or not, but there is no point commenting based on using this for a home PC for playing games or web browsing.

deleted1915641

I will buy one when it's 8k and 3D capable for £300.

malhal

So this is why they never made the 5K 27"

C300h Saloon 2.1 AMG Line Premium Auto Lease (24M 8K PA £8627.66) @ Gateway2lease
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C300h Saloon 2.1 AMG Line Premium Auto Lease (24M 8K PA £8627.66) @ Gateway2lease
Greater than £41K OTR 100g CO2 / Km Very Very Plush motor for not much more than a new standard family care would depreciate over the same term
m5rcc

Well, it is the factor. How do you think German taxis get around in Germany with zero problems in winter? Goes down to idiocy and lack of driving education. Some think full power will get them out of trouble. There's no need for winter tyres. Just get a set of Michelin CrossClimates and leave them on all year round. They transform the ride and steering feel, reduces road noise, no penalty in fuel economy, tyres last about 25,000 miles, excellent in mud and as good as full winter tyres in snow. You're part of the problem then! The amount of 4x4s I see with low-profile tyres/wrong tyres going nowhere last week was incredible.

Besford

TAXI! (y)

chrisroberts21

Could be ... if not I’ll guess I’ll get a cab.

Besford

Winter's over then? :/

chrisroberts21

Yep my Merc was parked up for two days but for the other 363 days this year I’m a smug git driving a wonderful motor ;)

VW Polo GTI DSG 8k for 3 yrs for 209.99 / mth £7560 FOR 3 YEARS (not 2 years!!!!) @ Yes Lease
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This seems like an awesome deal. Polo GTI with the DSG gearbox for £210 a month. This is a 3 year deal folks, not a 2 year.
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Guzzle

Time will tell as regards price, but the GTi model is expected to be available straight from launch this time around. Therefore we may see it in showrooms some time around this coming Christmas. http://www.carbuyer.co.uk/news/158921/2017-volkswagen-polo-gti-features-20-litre-turbo-power

monkeyhanger75

Expect the GTI to turn up 9-12 months after the launch models of lower spec/performance. If you want a Polo GTI, you've still got a year to wait if you want the new model, and likely not available as a lease at launch. Inevitably, the list price for the new model will be higher than this one also - might be worth leasing this now and getting the new one in 2 years time when the new GTI has been out for a year.

monkeyhanger75

Add a grand to the GFV to see what you're actually going to get in p/x as a "hook" for positive equity for the next one, if you're PCPing and stay with VW - Car dealers want margin on the p/x as well as the new one you'll buy to replace it, and they always offer more for their own marque because no-one goes to a Ford used dealer to buy a nearly new VW and vice-versa.

ezzer72

Possibly yes, but your previous post made it sound like the whole £10,000 would disappear.

swoosh007

But the GFV is not what the car is worth. Thats a trade price used to calculate the lease. Add £2k ish to get a retail price

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    Deal temperatures are the heart of hotukdeals If you think a deal is hot, vote it up by clicking the red plus. Otherwise, cool it down by voting cold.

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  2. Comments

    Read what other members have to say about a deal and share your own opinion.

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  3. Add Deal

    Have you found a good deal yourself? Share it here and other members will vote on how hot the deal is.

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  4. Deal Link

    If you think a deal is hot, click through to the shop to snap up the deal before it’s expired.

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  5. Layout

    Find here other ways to view the deals. You can view it in either grid, list or text only view.

    When clicking this gear icon you can find other ways to view the deals. You can view it in either grid, list or text only view.

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  6. Main Menu

    Through our main menu you can navigate to certain categories or shops you are interested in.

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