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32" VIZIO E32-D1 1080p LED HDTV + $100 Dell eGift Card EXPIRED

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Promoted 09-09-2016 by brisar at 06:10 AM View Original Post
Dell Home & Office has 32" VIZIO E32-D1 1080p LED HDTV + $100 Dell eGift Card for $199.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Discombobulated
Note: The Dell eGift card will automatically be added to cart when you add the HDTV.

Specs
  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz (effective); 240 Clear Action
  • Contrast Ratio: 200000:1
  • Viewing Angles: 178? H / 178? V
  • Google Cast-Ready, Wi-Fi
    • Inputs
      • 2x HDMI
      • 1x USB
      • 1x Component
      • 1x Network LAN
      • 1x Optical Audio Output

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Written by brisar

You may also receive 5% back in Dell Rewards when you sign up for Dell Advantage for Free. - brisar

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Edited September 13, 2016 at 10:54 AM by cricket702
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Note, your Dell eGift card will be sent via email within 10-20 days after purchase. You may also receive 5% back in rewards when you sign up for Dell Advantage [dell.com]
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#4
Great deal.
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#5
I'm waiting for them to put the D series on sale. Not sure why every store is pushing the E series which has more smart features but worse PQ.
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#6
Tempting...this could be good for my guest room. Plus I have $120 in egift cards to use...decisions!
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Does anybody know if it has a 4:4:4 chroma subsampling? Cannot find it with google.
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There are complaints that the smart functions must be accessed through a smartphone, not the remote control, but if you are not using them it looks like a good buy.
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$170 LG deal with $100 GC is better. Smilie
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$170 LG deal with $100 GC is better. Smilie
720p is not better.
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Quote from haserfauld View Post :
720p is not better.
720p vs 1080p on 32" LED.

If you sit more than 10 feet away from your TV, and your display isn't bigger than 50 inches diagonally, you won't be able to tell the difference between 720 and 1080. And this TV is only 32" LMAO
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720p vs 1080p on 32" LED.

If you sit more than 10 feet away from your TV, and your display isn't bigger than 50 inches diagonally, you won't be able to tell the difference between 720 and 1080. And this TV is only 32" LMAO
A large number of people dual-use 32" TVs as monitors. At minimum, the statement that the LG is a better deal requires the caveat of "for those not using as a monitor."
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Quote from haserfauld View Post :
A large number of people dual-use 32" TVs as monitors. At minimum, the statement that the LG is a better deal requires the caveat of "for those not using as a monitor."
It should be the other way around. The "only 720P" comments require the caveat of "if being used as a monitor." Vizio markets this as a television so most people use it as such.
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Quote from hacklovemaster View Post :
$170 LG deal with $100 GC is better. Smilie
I disagree. The LG can be purchased for less at other retailers. The gift card is only good if you can find something to buy in 90 days from now. If you can't use it, then you spent about $20 more for the set.

In the case of the Vizio, it currently sells for the same $199 elsewhere. In other words, in the event the gift card is never used, you are not taking any risk of paying more by choosing Dell over others.

I think I'm going to buy this one. I need a new TV for my bedroom, and you can't beat these features at this price: 1080p, 120hz refresh rate and smart features built in.
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Quote from bizreporter View Post :
I disagree. The LG can be purchased for less at other retailers. The gift card is only good if you can find something to buy in 90 days from now. If you can't use it, then you spent about $20 more for the set.

In the case of the Vizio, it currently sells for the same $199 elsewhere. In other words, in the event the gift card is never used, you are not taking any risk of paying more by choosing Dell over others.

I think I'm going to buy this one. I need a new TV for my bedroom, and you can't beat these features at this price: 1080p, 120hz refresh rate and smart features built in.
1. "The LG can be purchased for less at other retailers". Please give me example.
2. "in the event the gift card is never used, you are not taking any risk of paying more by choosing Dell over others". This deal is also come with $100 GC and no one is paying $200 MSRP for the Visio. LMAO
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