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LG UK6300 43" 4K HDR UHD Smart TV w/ AI ThinQ (2018) $280 @Newegg

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Which is a better tv this or LG - 43" Class - LED - UK6090 Series - 2160p - Smart - 4K UHD TV with HDR.
BB shows the uk6300 list as $369 and on sale $329, not list as $499 as new says.
Uk6090 is $399 on sale $269 at Bb.

The one here as lg thin q for smart tv, other has webos.
This one has amazon assist and google assist capability, 6300 only amazon, but has built in assist.

Lg web page goes right to lg thin tech tv, says this tv suggested $499, 6090 $269.
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Anyone have any experience with this model? This deal is almost too good to be true, as almost every other major retailer I checked has it on sale for around $329.99. I was considering a Vizio or Samsung 43-inch, but for $50 less I may purchase this one instead.
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The LG UK6300 is a decent RGBW IPS TV with wide viewing angles, so it remains accurate when viewed at an angle. It also has low input lag so feels responsive. Unfortunately, when viewed in a dark room, blacks appear gray due to the low native contrast ratio, but when viewed in a bright room, this isn't noticeable. The out of the ordinary "RGBW" pixel structure also can cause smaller details and straight lines to lose sharpness, especially when used as a PC monitor.
https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/uk6300

from rtings review, was tempted to use as PC monitor, but saw the RGBW pixel so nope...
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does anyone have a screenshot of this price? Would like to file a price protection claim for it!
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Bought this TV at same price in Black Friday from Amazon. Pretty nice, no complaints with my regular usage - Netflix, YouTube and Gaming. Feels too bright sometimes, but that's ok for me
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