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65" Element 4K UHD Smart Roku TV EXPIRED

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Target has 65" Element 4K UHD Smart Roku TV (E4AA65R) on sale for $229.99. Select free store pickup where available.

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160 (4K UHD)
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • HDR: HDR10
  • Smart Platform: Roku
  • Ports:
    • 3x HDMI
    • 1x USB
    • Composite Input
    • 1x Digital Audio Output

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Built-in smart Roku platform with easy-to-use Roku remote for endless streaming
Striking 4K UHD (2160p) Resolution and HDR10 for the best viewing experience
Works with Google Home, Amazon Alexa, Apple AirPlay, and Apple Home
Free Roku mobile app to easily control your Roku TV with everything you need to manage your streaming
2 Year Limited Warranty Available when registering item within 90 days of purchase
Distance Between TV Feet: 52.6"
The built-in smart Roku platform gives you all the perks without all the unnecessary cables. A straightforward home screen and super-simple Roku remote make navigating your TV easy for anyone in your household. Best of all, you can customize your home screen to access your favorite streaming channels, cable box, Blu-ray player, gaming console, and more without switching inputs.

Access over 500,000 movies and TV episodes across thousands of free or paid channels available on the Roku platform. Stream what you love with sports, news, music, kids and family, food, science and tech, fitness, foreign language, and so much more. Can't find your remote? Use the free Roku mobile app as a handy remote or for voice controls and private listening. Plus, features like Smart Guide and Live TV Pause enhance your entertainment experience when watching broadcast TV with an HD Antenna. Bring it home.

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AA961220 asked this question on 11-22-2022 at 12:23 PM
11-22-2022 at 12:23 PM
Tcl and hisense are better.
11-22-2022 at 12:23 PM
The TCL sounds like an amazing TV, after watching that thread with interest.

I personally didn't bite because the 4K TV in my living room is 65", the 1024 x 768 plasma in my bedroom is 50", and I have a 47" 1080p Toshiba in the basement gathering dust. To switch either of those last two to a 4K TV 55" in size seems like too marginal of an upgrade. To me it's 65" or larger if going 4K.

You asked about one 65" TV vs another 55" TV and maybe you're in a similar situation. However, if placing a brand new TV in a location that's never had a TV before, and you don't have any spares you can take from somewhere else, I would absolutely go with the 55" TCL 5 series.
11-22-2022 at 12:23 PM
The $600 google one? Roku is a better software but that TV is better everywhere else
11-22-2022 at 12:23 PM
The TCL 5 series gets brighter and has Dolby Vision. That TV is a fantastic deal at $200, and IMHO, the best "gettable" TV deal this holiday cycle so far (excluding the $110 Amazon deal in October because it sold out within seconds). However, it is a smaller screen.
MTAK asked this question on 11-21-2022 at 11:55 PM
11-22-2022 at 01:34 PM
Yes. It fit in mine.
iaptatelishan asked this question on 11-22-2022 at 06:11 PM

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I got this model last year and it's been fantastic
I bought this TV last year when target had a similar sale. It's worked great for us so far with zero complaints. I highly recommend getting this TV.

The pros:
Element TVs are assembled in the USA.
Affordable 4K price.
Great 4K screen in this bracket.
Airplay works great (dependent on your Wi-Fi).
All of the apps are quick.

The cons:
Speakers are okay not the best.
Remote control is too small for my hand.

The cons are minor because they can easily be offset by a sound bar or using the iPhone/android app.
$218.49 with target red card, good deal since Walmart's is sold out for the general public

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Going to take a chance on this one, don't know anything about Element but it's available nearby today and should be a decent upgrade over our 13+ year old 55" Vizio.
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2 year old model when there is a similar deal for newer TCL in Walmart? I'll pass even though tons available nearby
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I got this model last year and it's been fantastic
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$218.49 with target red card, good deal since Walmart's is sold out for the general public
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$218.49 with target red card, good deal since Walmart's is sold out for the general public
The Walmart model is not sold. Just got one with no membership
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2 year old model when there is a similar deal for newer TCL in Walmart? I'll pass even though tons available nearby
Well, as fate would have it, the Target Element 65 I just purchased was damaged so I returned it immediately. Then I was able to grab the Walmart TCL at 4:00pm. Should have it Friday.
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The Walmart model is not sold. Just got one with no membership
Same here.
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The Walmart model is not sold. Just got one with no membership
It is sold out in certain locations...
Sold out in San Jose, California, but available in Austin, Texas.
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Are we talking about the TCL 65S41
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This one or the 58 inch Element TV for $199 a few weeks ago?

I only ask bc this one is only $30 for extra 7 inches, but this one has more QC issues compared to the 58 inch one based on the ratings

I got the 58 inch one a few weeks ago, but it still sitting in the box, thinking about returning that one and picking up the 65 inch one. Penny for your thoughts!
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This one or the 58 inch Element TV for $199 a few weeks ago?

I only ask bc this one is only $30 for extra 7 inches, but this one has more QC issues compared to the 58 inch one based on the ratings

I got the 58 inch one a few weeks ago, but it still sitting in the box, thinking about returning that one and picking up the 65 inch one. Penny for your thoughts!
$30 for 7 extra inches that's what she said
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I bought this TV last year when target had a similar sale. It's worked great for us so far with zero complaints. I highly recommend getting this TV.

The pros:
Element TVs are assembled in the USA.
Affordable 4K price.
Great 4K screen in this bracket.
Airplay works great (dependent on your Wi-Fi).
All of the apps are quick.

The cons:
Speakers are okay not the best.
Remote control is too small for my hand.

The cons are minor because they can easily be offset by a sound bar or using the iPhone/android app.
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This one or the 58 inch Element TV for $199 a few weeks ago?

I only ask bc this one is only $30 for extra 7 inches, but this one has more QC issues compared to the 58 inch one based on the ratings

I got the 58 inch one a few weeks ago, but it still sitting in the box, thinking about returning that one and picking up the 65 inch one. Penny for your thoughts!
In all seriousness, the 58" has been great for us so far. I bought this and I'm debating whether or not to replace it. You should check the screen of the 58 because a lot of people got broken panels. Mine was perfectly fine. I May or may not replace it with this (I have it ready for pickup), so we're in the same boat lol
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