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All Curved Tv Discounts, Offers and Sale - April 2018
This one or this www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue65mu6400-65-inch-ultra-hd-4k-led-tv-899-with-code-at-rgb-direct-2925318
Can these be wall mounted or do they stick out or look stupid or am I asking stupid questions!
I’ve got this TV and the curved screen is fine, it helps a lot when you have screen glare from the sun shining on it
I’ve got the 55” version of this TV and it’s a really good TV. The pic quality and sound are great, 4k HDR looks amazing for movies and the Xbox One X. It’s an 8bit screen but when you turn on the UHD HDMI Color setting in the external settings (god knows why it’s in there?) the HDR works fantastic and emulates 10bit
This link might be useful to someone if you want to check the age of Samsung TV etc, to help check if you are getting a the latest or old stock http://www.samsung.com/uk/support/tv-audio-video/what-do-samsung-tv-model-numbers-actually-mean-why-are-they-so-long/
Hard to see any constructive criticism here... I have posted deals without detailed description which reached 1000° or over, so don't see any reason why should listen to you. I feel really sorry to you that you have nothing better to do...
Wow, your manners are like your brain, non existant. It really is a shame you cant accept constructive criticism without resorting to childish abuse, I truely feel sorry for you.
Don't teach me boy please... I have posted nearly 1300 deals in recent years with average 370° last year
Like this deal? Your really not very good at this, are you? Do you know why other deal posters add details of the product when they find a deal? According to you they should just post a product code so why bother adding that detail..
Mediocre voting ? You surely means deals posted by you (lol) I'm not a seller, so don't have to provide all info - model nr is enough. There is no seller with lower price than ebuyer anyway...Don't try to teach others how deal should look when none of your deals posted has been voted hot - for some reason
I see, fair enough, although the monitor I had didn't flicker initially for the first few months and then it started out of nowhere. Is that normal?
yep happens on all g-sync moniotrs ive had, reason why ive just upgraded to a 1440p without as jusr drives me insane
The Gsync flicker is NOT caused by the monitor, it is a 'feature' of ALL adaptive sync graphics cards (Gsync or FreeSync). It depends on the game you are playing as to how noticable it is (and also the person and their sensitivity). This problem has been present since day 1 and has not been fixed because it can't be fixed. If you want gsync or Freesync, some games will flicker.
I must have, as I say I know there are good ones out there and I'm not claiming them all to be bad, my experience just mirrored what a lot of forum comments / reviews mentioned so I thought it was worth sharing. Glad yours was a good one though! When it worked for me initially it worked beautifully.
And yet I have had the same model for a while now and had nothing but a great experience. G-sync works outstanding and the eyetracking software is a good feature. Though I must admit I prefer keyboard and mouse to control Windows 10. You must have had serious bad luck here.
I try my best.
It's also wider without the stand. Clearly there are errors in the description
That's totally different haha
Last time I checked, 1366x768 is not 4k...
Looks decent but one HDMI port? these days you need atleast 2-3
Now showing at £229.98 (was £249.99)
32" is the perfect size for a 4K monitor. On this one, you will be able to see every single pixel.
Average quality but good enough for me for using with online trainings or labs as a secondary monitor. Not for gaming imho.
According to that chart, I need to sit 23+ feet away from my 50" TV. Yet it looks amazing at regular HD. But then, I remember Channel 4 starting and only having a B&W TV, so modern stuff is all looking good to me.
Great price. Which gives this telly 67 per cent, not bad - but it has got a curved screen = bad reflections; it also mentions strained bass sound. But pros are good picture quality and interface. The LG 49UJ670V is same price on co-op ebay with voucher. It gets 66 per cent (Which again) - pros are good motion processing, clear sound, easy-to-use smart TV platform, Freeview Play (Samsung doesn't have this). Cons are colours are a little inconsistent, sound lacks oomph. Personally I'd go for the LG out of the two. I'm not a fan of curved screens; like 3d tv a gimmick and I don't think they will last long. If you are tempted by this and haven't seen a curved tv yet, I would recommend checking one out before you buy. Anyone got one/like the curve? maybe good for gaming?
This because the LG will be RGBW so not true UHD.
Hmm tempted. Gaming input lag? 4 4 4 chroma?
No it's for girls...
or for men who think its bigger than it is...
No it's a downgrade.
Is this an upgrade over UE55KS8000?
5 years warranty is NOT included!!! As it was earlier with winter150 code ;)
Curved TV has NO future and will vanish by end of 2018, millions of money spent on marketing to creat false hype
I like flat, not like 🍌
Not everyone wants 2k or 4k, with the additional overheads of buying a GPU that can cope with the added strain in games. 1080p is fine for me.
Two Samsung 1080p displays running off Macs here. Both are fairly well calibrated, 60Hz and 4:4:4. Not sure of the problem here i can compute from the comfort of my easy chair good source material is plenty sharp. (y) I'm sat about 4' from the screens.
Agree, just plugged in my LG 27" ips monitior (going up from 21.5), a lot of screen and just starting to loose it's sharpness.... tried big led tv on pc's before, not sharp at all...
I don't understand why they make 32" screens at 1080. I have a 27" 1080 screen on a very large desk and still this is pushing the limits of this resolution. I can not imagine my pixels being even bigger than they are now, would be an awful viewing experience. Just because this is cheap it does not make it a good deal.
Great find, thanks!
I bought the 65" 9500 curved model about 14 months ago for about £2500 ,, the Samsung 6,7 and 8000 series come no where close when it comes to picture quality.
Curved it the way forward
Paid £300 more for the 65.....think this is a bit expensive for a curved 55
Bought this few weeks back excellent tv curve is brilliant if tv is on stand in corner of room
use code mate 20BDTV
Shows as £559 for me as well :(
How long is a warranty with the co op?
I think he is confused it with the flat tv model. That goes down to 499 with code.
It only drops to £529 with the VCP30 code, am I missing something? Thanks
The wide gamut rather kills it for any normal use, unless you like oversaturated colours. Monitors like this are only worth going for if you're mostly using them with colour managed programs.
There's nothing about the given specs that should put off a gamer, but it's impossible to find reviews. Only one on Amazon who rates display quality(they aren't impressed by backlighting issues), but they say nothing of pixel response. Hard to say without more impressions whether it's worth buying.
Nice, how bad would it be for gaming though?
£300 1440p QLED monitor sounds pretty darn good to me. Spec-wise at least. Haven't really heard anything about how good the panel really is. I dont like the white, though. Actually I do, but it would look out of place in my basically all-black setup. EDIT: This apparently has Freesync too, and can run at 75hz when enabled. Bottom range of 48hz for it, though.
This one by far. The predator is a gaming monitor (which I ordered), but have a UHD monitor next to it for non gaming tasks
Is this still available? And is it online? Thanks
any idea in between BenQ BL2420PT and this? forget about the 2k thing as i use to watch 1080 youtube mostly, oh yes and the price for BenQ was 146(amazon deal previously). Cheers ~
The flat equivalent of this one is the S24F352. That one isn't reduced tho and still around £130. When I tried a Samsung curved VA panel monitor I liked neither, at least returns shouldn't be an issue if you need to take it back.
Picture looks curved too in my hackintosh. To be honest colour looks soft and eyes feel comfortable.
This may sound daft but does it appear in perspective as a flat monitor, or does the picture curve in anyway..... took me an age to upgrade my old 19 inch CRT to LCD and currently on an LG IPS 22"... is it a fad??
The Philips PUS7601 is a good deal in 65" right now. If you sit close enough everything's at the same focal distance so it should be easier to watch. For normal TV use though it's mostly just the cool factor.
Now that I can't find the KS8000 anywhere, I'm struggling to find a good 65" TV for big-screen gaming and movies. I don't think this is it either! AGHhhhh
Your friends might say "Dayyyyum son, check out dat curve!" Provided that you live in 2014 when they seemed like a good idea for about a month.
Any decent deals on 40” screen smart tv’s
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Always a good idea to at least list the price if VAT and whatnot get applied in the body of the deal, agreed there.
I was trying to make subtle point, that you may get charged vat and handling charges but every China dropshipping post claims they never get charged, which is bull. Thus the price quoted on this post is in dubious.
This is just over £200 delivered from various European Amazon sites and £210 on Amazon.co.uk so £160 is a very good price if you don't get any issues. https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B074V6PM88/ref=mp_s_a_1_16?ie=UTF8&qid=1507295637&sr=8-16&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_QL65&keywords=HKC
I’ve ordered 100’s of items from gearbest over the last few years and never once been charged vat. including big items like electric scooters and bikes. They send to somewhere in Europe first, then it gets shipped from there. I have never had a problem with them either. If something arrives broken all you do is send a photo and they refund in full. I’ve also had no shows and never had a problem getting money back or another item sent over. I don’t know why people would have a problem with them because every time I have contacted them they have been fantastic
I got mine from the ebay store (and THEN I realised it was slightly cheaper on their Laptopsdirect store)..I ordered in the wee small hours on Tuesday morning, it turned up around 5pm tonight! Maybe the extra £ on the ebay listing goes towards One-Day Delivery (which costs £5 more on the Laptopsdirect site - ordinary delivery is in around 4 days, at £9.95). According to the stickers/illustrations it IS the Razer edition (65C1GAC1UK). Just uncluttering my desk and will set it up later.
I'm assuming P&P direct from their site would be £9.95, which potentially takes this to £219.93 https://www.laptopsdirect.co.uk/-65c1gac1uk/version.asp
Guys, guys, this is back at this price!
It's advertised as 4ms, and this seems about right compared to my previous IPS which was the same. Not going to match TN for motion clarity, but honestly it's very useable and nice to play with. What blurring is there is like a kind of a subtle motion blur effect like you get in some games which I'm totally fine with.
To save money? The X34A with G-Sync is £950.
Give this some heat for this monitor...although it is around the same price that I bought this over a year ago. The monitor is fantastic. Rightly mentioned it's the freesync version and paired up with my AMD gear is amazing. I've had NVidia for years and moved across to AMD and never looked back. Preferred the stability and output when gaming. I also paired this up with my Xbox as well and it is incredible! Though slight scaling issues on some of the apps which don't support ultrawide but you don't notice it much. After over a year gone I would have expected the price to drop further but I'd happily get a second monitor for this price!
Read plenty of reviews and ended up jumping on this deal. So far I’m very pleased with the monitor, streets ahead of what I was expecting in terms of quality etc. Like a previous poster, I’m at 5ghz with a 7740x & GTX1080 and most games run maxed out with just the occasional need for toning it back.
Are you having a conversation with a different person or just a bit special. I stated it was a Freesync version of a gsync monitor and did not recommend it to Nvidia users. I also didn't say I own this monitor. But other than that it was a decent attempt at a reply...... (lol)
Bought this last October at e Buyer for £529.99
lol wow you're right. wtf.
They seemed to have increased the price :(
How does this TV compare to the Hisense H49N5700. They look very similar in spec, I just don't know if i should pay the extra and go with Samsung. I know some people hate Hisense but give me reasons. thanks in advance
bit cheaper here http://www.cramptonandmoore.co.uk/samsung-ue49mu6400-49-inch-smart-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-tv.html
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