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VIZIO SmartCast™ 70 Inch E70u-D3 4K Ultra HD Home Theater Display $1549.99 @ Dell.com~Includes $300 Dell Promo eGift Card~Free Shipping & Returns!

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Last Edited by kh0rneflakes June 9, 2016 at 07:40 PM
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oFeatures a bezel that has a unique and subtle pattern for edge-to-edge beauty
oProvides incomparable contrast levels, sharper details and the deepest, purest black levels

Overview

The VIZIO SmartCast E-Series Ultra HD Home Theater Display featuring Google Cast built-in. With superior picture performance powered by full array LED backlighting with 12 Active LED Zones, the E-Series also works with the all-new VIZIO SmartCast app that turns your smartphone or tablet into a powerful touchscreen remote so you can browse your favorite entertainment across multiple apps at once. With VIZIO SmartCast, what you love won't change, but how you experience it will never be the same again.

8.3 million screen pixels combine to form a radiant 4K Ultra HD picture for highly articulated details and piercing clarity in everything you watch.

E-Series raises the bar with 12 Active LED Zones. This advanced innovation dynamically adjusts your screen's backlight to adapt to the content on-screen to deliver incomparable contrast levels, sharper details and the deepest, purest black levels.

Note: Television returns are subject to restocking fees in accordance with Dell return policy. See www.dell.com/returnspolicy

Manufacturer Part# : E70U-D3
Dell Part# : A8822377
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Wow, that's pretty sweet unless there is something terrible about the E series.
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This is $1399 at Costco
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This is $1399 at Costco
Yes, but only $1249 here if you take into consideration the $300 eGift card!
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Yes, but only $1249 here if you take into consideration the $300 eGift card!
Costco warranty should be also counted as a benefit IMHO.
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FYI no HDR
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if there was 15% cash back at Dell now, this would be an incredible deal!
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Costco warranty should be also counted as a benefit IMHO.
What is the Costco warranty? Their return policy is 90 days
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So just wondering as I've been seeing vizios in these forums lately:

In general, how are vizio tvs? There was a 40inch 4k tv I tried to pick up last month but didn't have in my area. I currently use a Samsung UN46D7900 from 5 years ago and it's the best tv I ever had. I planned to get Samsung again next time I need a TV.

Is there a huge difference between Samsung's and Vizios?

TIA
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So just wondering as I've been seeing vizios in these forums lately:

In general, how are vizio tvs? There was a 40inch 4k tv I tried to pick up last month but didn't have in my area. I currently use a Samsung UN46D7900 from 5 years ago and it's the best tv I ever had. I planned to get Samsung again next time I need a TV.

Is there a huge difference between Samsung's and Vizios?

TIA
I was only Samsung when it came to TV's, but Vizio had a great deal for a 4k tv on black Friday 2014. I have absolutely loved mine. and everyone comments on how great the picture is. the only downside is that some tv providers don't have Vizio available for 4k picture. If you have directv like I do, you can get the genie deal and get the 4k picture (only available on Pay-per-view and select channels for all tv models). it's a great product in my honest opinion and would recommend it to anyone! I hope this helps!
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Anybody think discover would honor a pricematch to costco?
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What is the Costco warranty? Their return policy is 90 days
2nd YEAR WARRANTY
Costco extends the manufacturer's warranty on Televisions, Tuner-Free Displays, Projectors, Computers* and Major Appliances
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Quote from mc2157 View Post :
So just wondering as I've been seeing vizios in these forums lately:

In general, how are vizio tvs? There was a 40inch 4k tv I tried to pick up last month but didn't have in my area. I currently use a Samsung UN46D7900 from 5 years ago and it's the best tv I ever had. I planned to get Samsung again next time I need a TV.

Is there a huge difference between Samsung's and Vizios?

TIA
It's a hit or miss. I have a 32" that lasted for years but a 60" died after 6 months (replaced by warranty). There's more Vizio refurb deals on here than any other tv manufacturer.
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Yes, but only $1249 here if you take into consideration the $300 eGift card!
your math needs work...
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your math needs work...
Please elucidate!
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