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75" Element 4K UHD Frameless Roku TV EXPIRED

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Target has 75" Element 4K UHD Frameless Roku TV (E4FAA75R) on sale for $549.99. Select free curbside pickup where available (currently unavailable for shipping).

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • HDR10
  • Smart TV w/ Roku built-in; works with Google Assistant, Apple AirPlay, Apple HomeKit, and Amazon Alexa
  • Ports:
    • 3x HDMI
    • 1x USB
    • 1x RF Input
    • 1x Digital Audio Out (Optical

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    • This price is $150 lower (21.4% savings) than the list price of $699.99 and matches the previous Frontpage Deal from earlier this month.
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This deal from earlier this month is back. Re-posting. A lot of people previously asked about ethernet port. The answer is YES, it does have an ethernet port built in.

Target [target.com] Element 75" 4K UHD Frameless Roku TV (E4FAA75R) for $549.99. Select free curbside pickup where available (currently unavailable for shipping).

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mjzglr asked this question on 11-23-2021 at 04:43 PM
11-25-2021 at 06:03 AM
bought 75”, put in our Dodge Grand Caravan laid flat with back seats folded down and middle seat out. Hubby said the box height is 43”.
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bought a 50" element a few years ago.... died 6 month later.. warranty was a nightmare ... countless emails and calls they finally send me a return authorization.... which i had to pay to send back (warranty doesn't cover shipping)....

so after spending ~$100 sending it back, they never send the TV back and they no longer take my calls or stating they didn't receive it or it was not covered whatever... since it was over 3 month, i couldn't get it back from credit card...

i'd recommand against buying it
Lies. No one recommends IPS televisions over VA.

Look at every high end LED TV and see what kind of panel it has.
Dude... really !!
You should inform yourself before you post useless comments.....
IPS ("In-Plane Switching") are best for gaming and have better viewing angles.

VA (Vertical Alignment) have better color accuracy and contrast ratio but narrow viewing angles.

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Seems like a good deal to me. Ordered one.
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Those 65"s at $300 with the target 5% off were tough to beat. Get two of them and sync. Frameless. I know it will be weird but a girl can dream....
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Now it's making me think twice about the 70 inch Vizio I got yesterday. Any comments on the two?
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Now it's making me think twice about the 70 inch Vizio I got yesterday. Any comments on the two?
Have the same question
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Well, I bought this and cancelled the Vizio because for $50 more I get a 75 inch tv. The reviews are good and I could just return if I don't like it.
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Those 65"s at $300 with the target 5% off were tough to beat. Get two of them and sync. Frameless. I know it will be weird but a girl can dream....
The 65" ones have had such bad reviews already (as well as last year's BF model) that I gave the deal a pass.
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Those 65"s at $300 with the target 5% off were tough to beat. Get two of them and sync. Frameless. I know it will be weird but a girl can dream....
Are you saying you can make the two 65" tv's into basically one screen with the tv's side by side or just having both screens play the same image?
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I got the 65" 2 years ago and love it.
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Have a question, I can't find it on the target site, what are the inputs? I'm looking for a tv that has all the new inputs like hdmi arc but still have a composite input (for my ps2). It's getting harder to find a good deal for a bigger tv that has both
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VA or IPS?
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Have a question, I can't find it on the target site, what are the inputs? I'm looking for a tv that has all the new inputs like hdmi arc but still have a composite input (for my ps2). It's getting harder to find a good deal for a bigger tv that has both
It has HDMI ARC but not the composite HD inputs. The built in ROKU works great with my sound system utilizing the HDMI ARC
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How big is the box? Would it fit into a Honda Odyssey?
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