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VIZIO M552i-B2 55" 1080p 240Hz Class LED Smart HDTV - Walmart $280-$348 YMMV

Willee_ 447 111 April 29, 2016 at 05:12 AM in Tech & Electronics (2)
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Last Edited by Willee_ April 29, 2016 at 06:36 AM
Went to Walmart last night looking for the 50" 4K deal and ended up finding this TV marked at $280 with a note saying remote didn't work. Got home and remote batteries were in backwards. Clearance price is $348, this one was marked at $280 even.

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None in stock near me, but it's only 1080p. Looking for 4K.
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Put this in the title: VIZIO M552i-B2 55" 1080p 240Hz Class LED Smart HDTV
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Quote from obidawsn View Post :
None in stock near me, but it's only 1080p. Looking for 4K.
For $350?
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Quote from Candletric View Post :
Put this in the title: VIZIO M552i-B2 55" 1080p 240Hz Class LED Smart HDTV
Done.
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Quote from obidawsn View Post :
None in stock near me, but it's only 1080p. Looking for 4K.
For $280 and it being a Vizio M series, I had to bite.
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I purchased one of these refurbished from Walmart last April. It looked like they were selling their display models at that time. It's been a good TV for the price (I paid around $340, $400 after tax and warranty) but I don't think the display is as nice as the 46" Samsung LED from 2010 that it replaced. It's also very glossy so I constantly see light reflect off of it.

You would probably be hard pressed to replicate this deal. This model is a 2014 one and likely long gone from the stores.
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Am I the only one having brickseek say the item does not exist?
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Quote from phillylex View Post :
For $350?
I didn't expect a 4K for $350. This popped up on my deal alert for 4K. I decided to check it out and saw it wasn't in my area. I was just stating that and saying I was looking for a 4K, anyway, so no big loss for me.
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#10
I would go for it... but I can't find this at Walmart or any where for less than $770....
IDC about the 1080p VS 4K difference.... it's 240HZ!!!!
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Naperville IL 60540
$175.00
Est Qty in Stock: 1 or Less.
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What's the input lag on this thing? Is it as low as the 4K M-series?

Since it's 1080p and doesn't have to upscale, I would think the input lag for gaming is even less.
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I have this tv...wow what a steal.
I got for $590 about 2 years ago, and its an awesome set. I'd think they would just discontinue it rather than sell it so low
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Quote from whoorwhomami View Post :
Naperville IL 60540
$175.00
Est Qty in Stock: 1 or Less.

Yeah went last night. Not there. The counts are off
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