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50" Hisense 50H7GB 4K Ultra HD 120Hz LED Smart HDTV EXPIRED

GoodDay 5,240 61,918 August 11, 2015 at 05:15 PM in 4K TVs (12) More Walmart Deals
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Promoted 08-12-2015 by persian_mafia at 07:12 PM View Original Post
Walmart.com has 50" Hisense 50H7GB 4K Ultra HD 120Hz LED Smart HDTV for $498. Shipping is free. Thanks GoodDay

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz
  • Smart Apps: Yes
  • WiFi: Yes
  • Inputs:
    • 2x HDMI 2.0
    • 2x HDMI
    • 3x USB
    • 1x Composite
    • 1x Component
    • 1x Ethernet
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Edited August 12, 2015 at 01:28 PM by TattyBear
$498 with free shipping or free store pickup.

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#3
was actually just looking at this tv and thought it seemed like a decent deal. supposedly has an hdmi 2.0 port, although 1 reviewer said it didn't actually work, but could have been the input source. still on the fence between this and the Samsung 55" from dell.
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Quote from ultimateboarder View Post :
was actually just looking at this tv and thought it seemed like a decent deal. supposedly has an hdmi 2.0 port, although 1 reviewer said it didn't actually work, but could have been the input source. still on the fence between this and the Samsung 55" from dell.
It's Walmart. 90 day return no matter what. Unless you know. Poosh
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Claims 4K 60Hz but throws out frames for only 30Hz with PC connected. Would be an okay deal if they fixed that...
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Claims 4K 60Hz but throws out frames for only 30Hz with PC connected. Would be an okay deal if they fixed that...
Your graphics card probably can't handle it
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Link to previous thread with discussion on this TV: https://slickdeals.net/f/7903719-hisense-50h7gb-50-4k-ultra-hd-2160p-120hz-led-smart-hdtv-598

Apparently has 4 year in home warranty according to some people
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#8
399.99 by black Friday. I want to upgrade my bedroom t.v. but I'm going to be patient.
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#9
Ugg all I want is a 120hz TV for less than $300. Any other models on sale?
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Quote from tniemuth95 View Post :
Ugg all I want is a 120hz TV for less than $300. Any other models on sale?
Keep in mind that 120hz for TVs doesn't really mean what you might think it does. Almost all TVs are going to be limited to 60hz and this is all just buzzword motion interpolation shenanigans.
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Your graphics card probably can't handle it
Oh of course. People with Nvidia 770's and above testing this stuff out must have cards that cant handle it Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)
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Quote from tniemuth95 View Post :
Ugg all I want is a 120hz TV for less than $300. Any other models on sale?
The original Seiki 39" 4K SE39UY04 does 1080p 120Hz PC input. (You might need to update the bios, info is on a Hardforums thread)
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Oh of course. People with Nvidia 770's and above testing this stuff out must have cards that cant handle it Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)
depends on what you mean by handling it I suppose, for video play back it shouldn't be an issue. a 770 would choke on its own gpu smoke trying to render a modern game in 4k tho.
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I wonder if this is better than my Sharp 4K i bought a couple weeks ago
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Quote from amneisac View Post :
Keep in mind that 120hz for TVs doesn't really mean what you might think it does. Almost all TVs are going to be limited to 60hz and this is all just buzzword motion interpolation shenanigans.
This man or woman knows the score.

120hz display doesn't mean it is capable of 120mhz input. Most TVs are just 60hz inputs with extra information made up by the computer inside the TV.
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