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70" LG 70UJ6570 4K HDR Smart UHD HDTV + $300 Dell eGift Card EXPIRED

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Dell MPP has 70" LG 70UJ6570 4K HDR Smart UHD HDTV + $300 Dell eGift Card on sale for $999.99. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian
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  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Display Type: LED
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Smart TV w/ WiFi, Active HDR
  • Inputs:
    • 4x HDMI
    • 2x USB
    • 1x Composite
    • 1x Component
    • 1x Digital Optical/Audio
    • 1x RF
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+ $300 Dell e-GC (in cart)


$999 + free s/h


this is dell mpp, and it does NOT work with rebate
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Thanks for sharing.

Please note this isn't a regular gift card, but a promotional egift card. The main difference is that unlike regular gift cards, promo egift cards have expiration dates.

According to Dell, "Dell Promotional eGift Cards arrive via email within 20 days from ship date. Expires in 90 days (except where prohibited by law). Not valid for resellers. See dell.com/giftcard/promoterms [dell.com]."

I think many regular Dell shoppers are aware of the limitations of Dell promo egift cards, but I figured this information may be beneficial to some people.

I hope this helps,
Tofu Vic
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Faux-K

Some earlier 4K LGs used RGBW layout to simulate 4K. Depending on the input they could not reproduce a full 4K 1:1 pixel image.

https://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/r...084189.htm
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Thanks for sharing.

Please note this isn't a regular gift card, but a promotional egift card. The main difference is that unlike regular gift cards, promo egift cards have expiration dates.

According to Dell, "Dell Promotional eGift Cards arrive via email within 20 days from ship date. Expires in 90 days (except where prohibited by law). Not valid for resellers. See dell.com/giftcard/promoterms [dell.com]."

I think many regular Dell shoppers are aware of the limitations of Dell promo egift cards, but I figured this information may be beneficial to some people.

I hope this helps,
Tofu Vic
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Sweet deal if you need the gift card.
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Is this "real 4K" or similar to the other LG 4K sets? I actually got the 49" one from dell and it's ok for an office tv

Is there any cashback sites that will work?
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Is this "real 4K" or similar to the other LG 4K sets? I actually got the 49" one from dell and it's ok for an office tv

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Never knew of fake 4k
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Never knew of fake 4k
Faux-K

Some earlier 4K LGs used RGBW layout to simulate 4K. Depending on the input they could not reproduce a full 4K 1:1 pixel image.

https://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/r...084189.htm
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Never knew of fake 4k
http://www.avsforum.com/forum/166...ation.html
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Faux-K

Some earlier 4K LGs used RGBW layout to simulate 4K. Depending on the input they could not reproduce a full 4K 1:1 pixel image.

https://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/r...084189.htm
So is this one of them faux 4k TV's?? how's about the 75" Samsung 6300 series?
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The model name is the title is wrong. It is 70UJ6570
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The model name is the title is wrong. It is 70UJ6570
Yeah it should be 70UJ6570 and it is a 2017 model.
Frys had its 2018 model 70UK6570PUB for $899 last week, hope it will come back.
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So is this one of them faux 4k TV's?? how's about the 75" Samsung 6300 series?
The samsung has fake hdr lol. Any Samsung that says hdr pro is fake hdr. I dont think Samsung sets have real hdr unless its the q series or the mu8000 or mu9000
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So is this one of them faux 4k TV's?? how's about the 75" Samsung 6300 series?
Samsung MU6300 series seems NOT faux-k. Refer to "Pixels" of RTing's review:
https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/mu6300
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wouldnt the 60hz on this tv cause ghosting? seems slow for such a big set
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These TV will probably be $699 or less during black friday without the hassle of promo gift card that expire in 90 days which forces you to spend extra $300 or more in the end.
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