The narrative alone makes me want one just because it made me homesick. Which is strangely sad…
That being said, the Vizio LED TVs are amazing. I have trouble watching the 42" I already have because the shows look weirdly overly realistic and it’s disorienting. I like my people in the little box to STAY in the little box, thank you very much. But if you’re into all that horrible up close and personal-ness can’t go wrong with Vizio. Great size for a kid’s room or office.
$298 on Amazon. 4.5 star Rating. Would be nice if they had the option to buy White.
This TV is edge-lit, so no local dimming, although that still tends to be a mid-to-high-end feature anyway.
This appears to be the same one being offered new at Walmart for $298 and this weekend being offered for $198.
If this was new, Id have considered it rather than fighting at Walmart to get one, but I am NOT going to pay more for a refurb than a new one.
sorry, bad deal but I understand why you are trying to get rid of them before the sales start.
I hate it when people do this, and I hate Walmart but this is the same model you can get NEW for $198 starting Saturday at 8am (if you can handle the sites, sounds, and smells of your local Walmart).
Sorry woot… not a good deal.
Although the title said 1080p, this TV is NOT. The technical specs does not list 1080p and the native resolution is 1366 x 768 pixels = 720p ONLY.
This is NOT an LED TV. This is an LED backlit LCD TV.
Like hackman2007 said, this doesn’t look like a 1080p set. The specs even say native resolution is 1366x768 (720p).
Also, not to undermine woot (I love you woot, really. I’m just a general deal hunter.), but this set is part of Walmart’s sale this weekend for $198:
It will probably be a hot item though. If you don’t want to risk it, this isn’t a bad price.
Edit: Man, people comment fast!
How do you know this? And is it all Walmarts?
Exact same TV, except it’s new there.
If you’ve got a nearby Wal, and you don’t mind the potential crowd surfing, it’s a much better deal for a new TV.
And yes, it’s a 720 TV, as clearly indicated by the specs. Woot botched the title. shakes fist at woot (I still love you).
So…Moofi has a 25" monitor for sale:
How would this stack up to that if I hooked up my computer to it? (I.e. which do you think is better for, say, playing warcraft/minecraft/starcraft II and counterstrike on?)
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Sorry if this a stupid question, but what exactly is a LED TV? I was under the impression that LED TV was just short for LED-backlit LCD TV. Are there (consumer-size) TV’s out there where the actual pixels are LEDs? (not trying to be snarky, genuinely curious)