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(Back in Stock) Costco Members Only: Samsung 40" 4K Ultra HD LED LCD TV UN40KU6290D - $289.99 FS

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Costco [costco.com] has the Samsung 40" 4K Ultra HD LED LCD TV UN40KU6290D back in stock for $289.99 with free shipping. Comes with Costco's 2 year warranty. Membership required.
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Darn, why the 28 inch 4k monitor does not back in stock.
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Darn, why the 28 inch 4k monitor does not back in stock.
Why would you go for 28" vs 40" for monitor purpose?
Honest question
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Why would you go for 28" vs 40" for monitor purpose?
Honest question
28" is sort of the "PRIME" size for gaming and usability.
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Why is this considered a good buy at this price? Sincere question, and not rhetorical, I am lookng for an answer. I'm looking to pick up a TV for a spare room and there are a LOT of options out there right now, some cheaper than this.
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i bought the 40inch one from bb and today i picked up the 28 inch 4k in costco. I'm not sure if I'm liking using the 40 inch tv as a pc monitor mainly due to the size. I'm gonna give the 28" a shot and decide between the two

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Why is this considered a good buy at this price? Sincere question, and not rhetorical, I am lookng for an answer. I'm looking to pick up a TV for a spare room and there are a LOT of options out there right now, some cheaper than this.
most people buying this tv are going to be using this as a pc monitor.
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OOS again.
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Thanks OP, I will use this as gaming/pc monitor. Visited the store and the picture quality looks great, the costco I visited was sold out of this set. Grabbed a 25 off 250 coupon from the wall of fliers by the store exit and placed an order online. Total $283 after $18.55 tax.
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most people buying this tv are going to be using this as a pc monitor.
OK, thanks for the reply. Curious, how close do you sit to the monitor? This seems ... massive, for up close viewing. As a software developer I would appreciate the screen real estate, but I find 2 or 3 maybe 24" screens lined up horizontally far more appealing. I think I get the appeal for maybe multiplayer gaming in a small room or something for a console, but is that kind of usage common on a PC?

I guess this is just a niche usage I'm finding hard to visualize, and so am curious.
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OK, thanks for the reply. Curious, how close do you sit to the monitor? This seems ... massive, for up close viewing. As a software developer I would appreciate the screen real estate, but I find 2 or 3 maybe 24" screens lined up horizontally far more appealing. I think I get the appeal for maybe multiplayer gaming in a small room or something for a console, but is that kind of usage common on a PC?

I guess this is just a niche usage I'm finding hard to visualize, and so am curious.
I'm using this TV as a monitor and kinda getting used to the size. 4k @ 60 hz with 4:4:4: chrome is a must ignorer to use as a monitor.
I sit about 2 - 3 ft from the monitor when working and try to go even back when watching youtube. I'm a sw dev too and it helps to open 4+ windows open side by side. I am not a big fan of using multiple monitors as my neck hurts..
I'm not really convinced this is the way to go.. so will try and then go back to my 28" 4k if this doesn't work..
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