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55" Hisense 55T880UW 4K Ultra 120Hz Smart WiFi LED HDTV EXPIRED

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Promoted 10-04-2014 by GoodDay at 07:52 PM View Original Post
Costco.com has 55" Hisense 55T880UW 4K Ultra 120Hz Smart WiFi LED HDTV for $499.97. Non-members have 5% surcharge ($524.97 for Non-Members). Shipping is free. Thanks ryunohadouken

Specs:
  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz
  • Contrast Ratio: 4000:1
  • Response Time: 6.5ms
  • WiFi: Yes
  • Inputs:
    • 4x HDMI
    • 3x USB

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Written by GoodDay

Great price on a 55" 4K WiFi HDTV. - GoodDay

Price Comparison: Our Research shows that 5" Hisense 55T880UW 4K Ultra 120Hz Smart WiFi LED HDTV is $325 less (38% Savings) than the next best price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $850. - GoodDay

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Edited October 4, 2014 at 02:49 PM by DeividdoSama
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the TV says it has a refresh rate of 60 hz. I don't see where it specifies HDMI 2.0. I assume for this size and price it is 1.4b and 30 hz at 4k. Can anyone verify?
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Quote from Hypoglybetic View Post :
the TV says it has a refresh rate of 60 hz. I don't see where it specifies HDMI 2.0. I assume for this size and price it is 1.4b and 30 hz at 4k. Can anyone verify?
Free update to HDMI 2.0 via Hisense...not sure if firmware or hardware upgrade though...call customer service
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I would hold off on a good namebrand. They usually have way better video processors and all the other things that make for a nice picture. I would get a namebrand 1080P in this price range rather than an off brand 4K.
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Quote from SimMike777 View Post :
I would hold off on a good namebrand. They usually have way better video processors and all the other things that make for a nice picture. I would get a namebrand 1080P in this price range rather than an off brand 4K.
Well, let me school you young padawan: Hisense uses the same panels as Samsung...this tv, in particular, looks really good in person
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Well, let me school you young padawan: Hisense uses the same panels as Samsung...this tv, in particular, looks really good in person
Prove it..
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Wow frontpage for sure.
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Quote from Hypoglybetic View Post :
the TV says it has a refresh rate of 60 hz. I don't see where it specifies HDMI 2.0. I assume for this size and price it is 1.4b and 30 hz at 4k. Can anyone verify?
I was looking into this tv in January... I was seriously considering it at $1399, this price is a steal! I can confirm tho that it is only a 60hz panel and doesn't have hdmi 2.0 out of the box.
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I was looking into this tv in January... I was seriously considering it at $1399, this price is a steal! I can confirm tho that it is only a 60hz panel and doesn't have hdmi 2.0 out of the box.
I think that is a deal breaker for me. Why use a 60Hz panel?
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Would bite but my GTX 970 deserves better.
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I think that is a deal breaker for me. Why use a 60Hz panel?
Aren't all TVs nowadays effectively just 60hz? I haven't seen one do higher yet when using a PC
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Aren't all TVs nowadays effectively just 60hz? I haven't seen one do higher yet when using a PC
OMG Shh! your not supposed to mention that the new series of HDTVs way overshoot the content thats developed for them. The lack of 3d, 4k, 240hz or even HD on alot of tv stations make me wonder at the rush to buy the latest model when the two year old model works just as well.

/shrug
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In for 2.
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Free update to HDMI 2.0 via Hisense...not sure if firmware or hardware upgrade though...call customer service
Could you please link to more information on this?
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