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32" Sharp LC-32Q3170U 720p HD LED TV EXPIRED

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Best Buy has 32" Sharp LC-32Q3170U 720p HD LED TV on sale for $99.99. Shipping is free, otherwise select in-store pickup. Thanks MellowJuice3720

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  • Resolution: 720p
  • Motion Rate: 60Hz
  • Ports:
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    • Component and Composite
    • USB 2.0
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Best Buy offers Sharp - 32" Class - LED - 720p - HDTV for $99 with Free Shipping

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at this size 1080 and 4k are pretty irrelevant so if you need a smaller TV for a garage/kitchen/ etc. it's not a bad buy
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Kids room, kitchen TV, etc. Something simple and I won't be upset if I replace it in a few years.
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https://www.rtings.com/tv/learn/chroma-subsampling

Also 720p won't fit a lot of internet on the screen. While 4k is pointless for this I'd suggest 1080p and 444 or 4:4:2 at least.
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I bought seiki and hiteker same size tv back on black friday 2012 for $100. Obviously off brands compared to sharp but youd think by now these tvs would be cheaper. At least 80 or so.
Did you buy an LED one for $100 back in 2012???
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Honest question. Is there really a need for 720p TVs?

I don't see why not If you don't own 1080 or 4k devices or stream. I wouldn't buy one but I can see why some people will still buy it.
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Honest question. Is there really a need for 720p TVs?
Kids room, kitchen TV, etc. Something simple and I won't be upset if I replace it in a few years.
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Honest question. Is there really a need for 720p TVs?
Should be fine for a kids room or guest room
IMO.
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Honest question. Is there really a need for 720p TVs?
at this size 1080 and 4k are pretty irrelevant so if you need a smaller TV for a garage/kitchen/ etc. it's not a bad buy
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Nice! One should get it just for NOT having any "smart" features. That way, 2 years down the line, when the manufacturer gets lazy and stops supporting the apps, you don't have to worry about your highly paid Smart TV becoming obsolete!

And many TV channels still transmit in 720p and will continue to do so. Also, there is now no pressure to spend extra on Bluray or 4K media! Smilie
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720p is more than enough with a screen with only 32" size (or smaller)
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Honest question. Is there really a need for 720p TVs?
My son plays Fortnite on his xbox and the 2014 27" LG 720P seems to work great for him. He likes it better than the 2016 32" 1080 insignia one he had previously.
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Would this work as a computer monitor if connected via HDMI to a laptop (or a docking station)?

My current setup is dual-screen setup, which consists of (1) a 15.6" laptop connected to (2) a 24" 1080p monitor/TV. This current setup ends up a lot of real estate on my desk.

Looking for an inexpensive solution for a home office where the TV/monitor (which I would wall mount) would be used primarily for Microsoft Word and a web browser, with it doing secondary duty playing OTA broadcast content, as well as Netflix/Amazon Prime videos. In other words, no gaming.

I am hoping to get a big-enough screen where I don't need a two-screen setup, i.e., my laptop can be placed on the floor, or behind some piece of furniture so that the setup looks cleaner and less cluttered.

Not sure if a 720p screen will look pixelated and terrible, and if I should opt for something like a 40" 4K TV.
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Would this work as a computer monitor if connected via HDMI to a laptop (or a docking station)?

My current setup is dual-screen setup, which consists of (1) a 15.6" laptop connected to (2) a 24" 1080p monitor/TV. This current setup ends up a lot of real estate on my desk.

Looking for an inexpensive solution for a home office where the TV/monitor (which I would wall mount) would be used primarily for Microsoft Word and a web browser, with it doing secondary duty playing OTA broadcast content, as well as Netflix/Amazon Prime videos. In other words, no gaming.

I am hoping to get a big-enough screen where I don't need a two-screen setup, i.e., my laptop can be placed on the floor, or behind some piece of furniture so that the setup looks cleaner and less cluttered.

Not sure if a 720p screen will look pixelated and terrible, and if I should opt for something like a 40" 4K TV.
https://www.rtings.com/tv/learn/chroma-subsampling

Also 720p won't fit a lot of internet on the screen. While 4k is pointless for this I'd suggest 1080p and 444 or 4:4:2 at least.
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https://www.rtings.com/tv/learn/chroma-subsampling

Also 720p won't fit a lot of internet on the screen. While 4k is pointless for this I'd suggest 1080p and 444 or 4:4:2 at least.
Thank you for this information. Very helpful!
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