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Promoted 06-04-2016 by brisar at 04:11 AM View Original Post
Dell MPP (Member Purchase Program) has 40" VIZIO D40U-D1 4K Smart Ultra LED HDTV + $125 Dell eGift Card for $399.99. Shipping is free. [Dell MPP Info]. Thanks Discombobulated
Note, your gift eGift card will be sent via email in 10-20 days after invoice.
  • Specs
    • Resolution: 3840x2160 (4K UHD)
    • Refresh Rate: 120Hz Effective, Clear Action 240
    • WiFi w/ Internet Apps
    • Inputs
      • 3x HDMI (Bottom)
      • 2x HDMI (Side
      • 1x Composite Video
      • 1x USB

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Edited June 3, 2016 at 08:21 AM by mlacey3
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Note, your gift eGift card will be sent via email in 10-20 days after invoice.
  • 40" VIZIO D40U-D1 4K Smart Ultra LED HDTV [dell.com] + $125 Dell eGift Card (automatically added to cart)
    • $399.99 + Free Shipping
      • Specs
        • Resolution: 3840x2160 (4K UHD)
        • Refresh Rate: 120Hz Effective, Clear Action 240
        • WiFi w/ Internet Apps
        • Inputs
          • 3x HDMI (Bottom)
          • 2x HDMI (Side
          • 1x Composite Video
          • 1x USB
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They take a while to receive them. Some people have reported problems getting them as they were supposed to, but I've never had a problem.

They do expire after 2-3 months or so.

I don't know of terms and conditions for selling them but people often do. The trick is not getting scammed when selling them. If you sell on eBay and send via email it is not protected. So a person could buy it and claim not receiving it, and you'd be SOL. Some people mail a physical printout, presumably to maintain eBay protections. I don't know if this actually protects you or not though.

Many other gift card sales sites disallow gift cards with expiration dates like these. So you're very limited in how you can sell them, especially in a protected/safe manner.

They also (likely by design) get you to trap yourself in a cycle of buying more and more crap you don't need so you don't lose your credits, unless you're able to sell them.

They also encourage some to double-count the discount in their mental processing/valuation. So they say "oooh, this only costs $1000-$300=$700 because I get $300 back in credit!" And then when they look for another item, they say "oooh, this only costs $500-$300=$200 because I have $300 in credit to spend!"
Kaell 13
how would this be as a computer monitor?

*edit* nevermind, won't do 4k @ 60hz @ 4:4:4
kdiggz 6

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how would this be as a computer monitor?

*edit* nevermind, won't do 4k @ 60hz @ 4:4:4
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Last edited by kdiggz June 3, 2016 at 05:54 AM
#4
looks like an awesome TV for gaming. 4:4:4 chroma will make very little difference if you just want this for a gaming PC monitor. the input lag is the best from a TV i have ever seen (13.5ms)...... these 4k sets are usually 30ms+. the current highest rated 4k TV for "PC Monitor" has 26.1ms input lag...


http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/...es-4k-2016
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#5
makes me wish I needed a TV.
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#6
It does 1080p @ 60Hz @ 4:4:4 - so not bad if you keep it at 1080p for a monitor.
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Quote from parasitemite View Post :
It does 1080p @ 60Hz @ 4:4:4 - so not bad if you keep it at 1080p for a monitor.
also does 4:4:4 at 4k 30hz. so you could run it at 30hz except when gaming.
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#8
small tv. Otherwise great deal. I'm probably holding out for sub-100 60" Suhd though.
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#9
Pm me for Dell gc
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#10
can dell egift card be sold?
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Last edited by ToluO5232 June 3, 2016 at 10:12 AM
#12
can someone give me a quick run down on dell gift cards? I'm assuming it has an expiration date? any chance to sell gift card?
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Quote from brendanmurphy00 View Post :
can someone give me a quick run down on dell gift cards? I'm assuming it has an expiration date? any chance to sell gift card?
They take a while to receive them. Some people have reported problems getting them as they were supposed to, but I've never had a problem.

They do expire after 2-3 months or so.

I don't know of terms and conditions for selling them but people often do. The trick is not getting scammed when selling them. If you sell on eBay and send via email it is not protected. So a person could buy it and claim not receiving it, and you'd be SOL. Some people mail a physical printout, presumably to maintain eBay protections. I don't know if this actually protects you or not though.

Many other gift card sales sites disallow gift cards with expiration dates like these. So you're very limited in how you can sell them, especially in a protected/safe manner.

They also (likely by design) get you to trap yourself in a cycle of buying more and more crap you don't need so you don't lose your credits, unless you're able to sell them.

They also encourage some to double-count the discount in their mental processing/valuation. So they say "oooh, this only costs $1000-$300=$700 because I get $300 back in credit!" And then when they look for another item, they say "oooh, this only costs $500-$300=$200 because I have $300 in credit to spend!"
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Last edited by Kaell June 3, 2016 at 01:37 PM
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Quote from andy4theherd View Post :
also does 4:4:4 at 4k 30hz. so you could run it at 30hz except when gaming.
most new games struggle to hit over 30 hz in 4k
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Quote from andy4theherd View Post :
looks like an awesome TV for gaming. 4:4:4 chroma will make very little difference if you just want this for a gaming PC monitor. the input lag is the best from a TV i have ever seen (13.5ms)...... these 4k sets are usually 30ms+. the current highest rated 4k TV for "PC Monitor" has 26.1ms input lag...


http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/...es-4k-2016
Hisense 50H8C is 8.5ms and only $500 for 50" with HDR.

Having said that, I saw this Vizio at Wal-Mart yesterday and it has a pretty nice looking image.
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