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55" Sceptre U550CV-U 4K Ultra HD LED HDTV

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Walmart.com has 55" Sceptre U550CV-U 4K Ultra HD LED HDTV on sale for $309.99. Shipping is free, otherwise you may select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks amchuu

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • LED, 4K Ultra HD
  • Inputs:
    • 4x HDMI
    • 1x Component
    • 1x Composite
    • 1x USB 2.0
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Walmart offers the Sceptre 54.6" 4K 2160p LED-Backlit LCD Ultra HD Television [walmart.com] for $309.99 with free shipping. It features a 3840x2160 (2160p) native resolution, LED backlight, USB, and four HDMI inputs.
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Its a 55 inch tv for 300$ don't be an ass.
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The TCL sets are better in general. The S series TCL sets have HDR10 but this Sceptre set does not have HDR.

The TCL sets also have Roku built-in while this set has no smart functionality at all.
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I have this TV for now over a year and am satisfied. It came with no defects/damage that I've noticed, despite people stating that they've received ones with cracked screens and such. I just needed a bigger TV for my living room and am not a picture fanatic.

I am not a big fan of "smart" tvs, I would much prefer to bring my own device to the TV due to better support for the smart device thru out its lifecycle.
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How do the Sceptre TV's compare to the TCL ones? This is still cheaper than a 49" TCL but the TCL models seem to have better reviews.
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Any feedback about using this as a desktop monitor? No display port?
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How do the Sceptre TV's compare to the TCL ones? This is still cheaper than a 49" TCL but the TCL models seem to have better reviews.
The TCL sets are better in general. The S series TCL sets have HDR10 but this Sceptre set does not have HDR.

The TCL sets also have Roku built-in while this set has no smart functionality at all.
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How do the Sceptre TV's compare to the TCL ones? This is still cheaper than a 49" TCL but the TCL models seem to have better reviews.
I just bought the 75" Sceptre on the last deal and have been VERY happy with it for the price. I also have a 55" TCL Roku 4K and the Sceptre arguably has a better picture. The built in Roku is a huge plus, but if you don't need it, the Sceptre is a great deal.

Don't expect to get the panel uniformity of a high end TV and you'll be pleased. (Its not noticeable unless you have a single color on the screen)
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Any feedback about using this as a desktop monitor? No display port?
You're going to use a 55 inch tv as a monitor?
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How do the Sceptre TV's compare to the TCL ones? This is still cheaper than a 49" TCL but the TCL models seem to have better reviews.
TCL is waaay better
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No no no. I cannot leave a thread about this tv without stating about bad it is
Its a 55 inch tv for 300$ don't be an ass.
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No no no. I cannot leave a thread about this tv without stating about bad it is
You just did.
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You're going to use a 55 inch tv as a monitor?
What's wrong with that? I plan on using my 55-inch Lee leeco Walmart $350 deal that was posted a couple months back as a computer monitor. It's fantastic with HDR gaming and a GTX 1080 Fe. Don't get me wrong I love all the other features built into it especially the Android TV. Installing Kodi from the built in Play Store was awesome. I'm going to install Showbox and popcorn time probably tomorrow. The only thing is I can't do it with the included remote ( the layout doesn't work well with the remote) going to have to plug in a wireless keyboard and mouse dongle. We actually bought two of them, the bezel is so thin that my mom complained the TV was too small. The funny part is the TV we took out of there that broke down was an 7yr old 52" Sanyo with a huge border around it that weighed a ton. Technically the screen size was a few inches bigger on the new set but the old TV looked bigger lol. The leeco also supports 4 4 4 which is good on the eyes for computer use so I've heard. Some might say that a 55 inch 4K it's too much for the eyes to handle when using it as a computer monitor. There might be some truth to that, but hey why not.
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You're going to use a 55 inch tv as a monitor?
I'm doing that with my 55". It works out great. Display port to HDMI adapters can be bought for well under $10. Totally worth it.
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