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Element 70-in. 4K Roku Smart TV E4SW7019RKU $549.97 + tax

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Jan 14, 2009
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Stoney Creek, ON

[Costco] Element 70-in. 4K Roku Smart TV E4SW7019RKU $549.97 + tax

Found this on the Costco website. The 70 inch is the same price as the 65 inch tv. In Ontario Eco Fee was $32, and with tax it came out $657.63

Stream what you love with the Element Roku TV. Access 500,000 plus movies and TV episodes accross thousands of free or paid channels. Get features like fast and easy cross-channel search and use the free Roku mobile app for voice controls, private listening or as a handy remote. Plus, features like the Smart Guide and Live TV Pause can enahnce your entertainment experience when watching broadcast TV with an HD antenna.
Features:
Built-in Roku platform with easy-to-use Roku remote
Striking 4K ultra HD resolution
HDR10 for enhanced brightness, contrast and colour
Works with Google Assistant and Alexa
Free Roku mobile app

(above taken from Costco's website, is it a little weird for the spelling mistakes?)

LED-backlit LCD TV
60 HZ refresh rate keeps content looking smooth
Your Element Roku TV will come with a 60 HZ refresh rate, which updates your content quicker and helps keep the action smooth

I figure this would be a good basement TV, thoughts?
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Deal Addict
Apr 4, 2017
1952 posts
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Toronto
Does this have HDMI arc for soundbar?
Deal Addict
Apr 4, 2017
1952 posts
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Toronto
Doesn’t 120hz Better than 60Hz?
Deal Addict
Apr 4, 2017
1952 posts
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Toronto
No HDMI arc is stay away from me.
Newbie
Oct 13, 2020
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ysl5710 wrote: Doesn’t 120hz Better than 60Hz?
But it says its only 60hz on the spec sheet.
Deal Addict
Aug 7, 2008
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Montreal
ysl5710 wrote: Doesn’t 120hz Better than 60Hz?
Of course but you can't find 120hz for this price.
Member
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Jun 9, 2003
240 posts
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Ottawa
The 120hz vs 60hz debate is really a 'it depends' question. If you are looking at just watching TV/streaming, then 60hz is fine. If you are looking at using the TV for gaming and watching sports, 120hz is the better bet.
There's a great article here: https://www.displayninja.com/60hz-vs-120hz-for-tvs/
Jr. Member
Sep 21, 2020
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Any opinions about this TV? Hows the panel itself in comparison with TCL's?
Jr. Member
Sep 26, 2006
172 posts
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Vancouver
Thanks OP. Added the warranty 706 all in here BC
Deal Addict
Mar 20, 2016
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Montreal
Not deliverable to QC... Great language protection law.
Deal Addict
Apr 25, 2005
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I am looking for a 65 to 70 " TV, sub $1000K. I was eyeing the TCL 533 QLED series 65" for $700 (not the current price @ Costco , but that was the price during xmas, which I am hoping will get there one day soon).
Based on what I gather, this is an inferior TV to the aforementioned TCL, correct?

TIA
Sr. Member
Dec 12, 2003
823 posts
657 upvotes
Toronto
Never heard of this brand but I do like the fact that is an American company.
Newbie
Feb 7, 2014
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.EE. wrote: Never heard of this brand but I do like the fact that is an American company.
Yeah, the TV is assembled in the US from what I understand. They responded very quickly to a question I had which was nice.

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