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Valhalla27 14 177 February 23, 2016 at 03:18 AM in TV (6) More Walmart Deals
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Promoted 02-23-2016 by brisar at 11:57 AM View Original Post
Walmart.com has 60" VIZIO 4K Ultra HD Smart LED HDTV (P602UI-B3) on sale for $899.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Valhalla27
  • Specifications:
    • Resolution: 4K (3840x2160)
    • Refresh Rate: 240Hz
    • WiFi Built-in
    • Contrast Ratio: 50,000,000:1 DCR
    • Inputs
      • 5x HDMI
      • 1x USB
      • 1x Composite
      • 1x Component
      • 1x Ethernet
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Edited February 23, 2016 at 06:22 AM by TattyBear
VIZIO P602ui-B3 60" Class 4K Ultra HD LED TV for $900. [walmart.com]
Free pickup in-store or $70 home shipping.

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With support for HEVC decoding and the latest Wi-Fi standard 802.11ac, P-Series lets you stream Ultra HD from popular apps such as Netflix. Its superior Spatial Scaling Engine that transforms 1080p Full HD sports, movies, and TV shows into spectacular Ultra HD. And support for the latest HDMI standards enables Ultra HD playback from next generation cable and satellite receivers, Blu-ray players and game consoles.
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Nice find
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I've been on the look out for a new TV. But I'm surffering from paralysis by analysis and can't bring myself to pull the trigger on anything haha. This seems like a nice find. I get scared when the reviews say the motion blur could be a problem since I play video games. Hmmm. I wonder if I could fit a 60 inch in my car.
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Quote from Avenger772 View Post :
I've been on the look out for a new TV. But I'm surffering from paralysis by analysis and can't bring myself to pull the trigger on anything haha. This seems like a nice find. I get scared when the reviews say the motion blur could be a problem since I play video games. Hmmm. I wonder if I could fit a 60 inch in my car.
Many, if not most, full size sedans can't fit this tv. The box is really long but thin. You'd have to unbox it to fit it in which isn't ideal.
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wait for 4K? i think the one on eBay for 1200 was better, couldn't pull the trigger because of tax
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isn't the m60-c3 still at 699 on clearance at Wal-Mart?
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This tv came put in 2014.

Other than more black level zones the reviews say the 2015m series is very similar to the 2014 p series

Not that its too relevant, this tv was found for 1k in 2014 black Friday but it was very limited. I haven't seen the price this low since then.
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discover gives 5% cashback. if you have enrolled in double promotion, then you get 10%. this is a good deal. m series are no more in stock in walmart
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Quote from nate.purdin View Post :
isn't the m60-c3 still at 699 on clearance at Wal-Mart?
This is the P series, I believe it has more dimming zones 64 vs 32, higher contrast ratio, and a better processor. I looked at the two side by side and you can clearly tell there is a contrast difference, the p series is clearly superior. I also believe the p series is 240 vs 120 native refresh rate.

Could be more differences but for the extra coin I'd go with the P series afree seeing the 2 side by side.
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I purchased the E60-C3 a week back and am contemplating returning it to get this TV for just a little more. Can anyone give their thoughts on the 1080p quality of this TV compared to the E60? I don't have a HDCP 2.2 receiver and do not plan on upgrading anytime soon.
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Quote from leeterbike View Post :
This is the P series, I believe it has more dimming zones 64 vs 32, higher contrast ratio, and a better processor. I looked at the two side by side and you can clearly tell there is a contrast difference, the p series is clearly superior. I also believe the p series is 240 vs 120 native refresh rate.

Could be more differences but for the extra coin I'd go with the P series afree seeing the 2 side by side.
They both have the same cpu and native 120 refresh rate.

The M series was rated better for upscaling
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Quote from compnurd9 View Post :
They both have the same cpu and native 120 refresh rate.

The M series was rated better for upscaling
Vizio has 240 on their website.
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Quote from leeterbike View Post :
Vizio has 240 on their website.
The M also says 240. It is 120 No TV has an Actual Refresh rate higher that 120. Anything higher is software done
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Quote from ilikemoneys View Post :
Many, if not most, full size sedans can't fit this tv. The box is really long but thin. You'd have to unbox it to fit it in which isn't ideal.
Curses! I guess I shouldn't let paying shipping deter me though.
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