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[Costco] (Warm?) Samsung NU7100 65" @ 899.99

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[Costco] (Warm?) Samsung NU7100 65" @ 899.99

Saw that deal in Quebec city Costco. Thought it was a pretty decent deal. Samsung nu7100 65" + tax and eco tax.

Can't find it on Costco.ca

Any input on this one vs the Vizio M65-F0 ?
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m65 is better but this is Samsung.

Basically brand vs a better TV but a lesser brand. If you are buying extended warranty, go with m65. If you dont want to buy the warranty, then i would recommend going with Samsung (better support and better brand in general).
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If you can find a Walmart getting rid of their demos, this TV is going for $500 (or less) since the RU7100 should be up on display now
Last edited by NavieM on Jun 23rd, 2019 11:56 am, edited 1 time in total.
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Paigne wrote:
Jun 22nd, 2019 9:53 pm
m65 is better but this is Samsung.

Basically brand vs a better TV but a lesser brand. If you are buying extended warranty, go with m65. If you dont want to buy the warranty, then i would recommend going with Samsung (better support and better brand in general).
I went with the Vizio M65.
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CanadienDude wrote:
Jun 25th, 2019 9:55 am
Would this tv be considered an ok deal at $650 plus tax?
An ok deal? Yes, it would. Receive your first upvote in 6 years.
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Was $1089 at the Oshawa store today. The Visio M was still $899, and they no longer had the TCL Series 6 on the floor at all.
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The WiFi on these TVs is really terrible. My father bought one, and struggled to get it connected to the network, in a room where other devices (iPad, laptops, etc) have no trouble at all. Ended up getting a WiFi bridge to plug into the Ethernet port to solve the problem.

I couldn't believe the Samsung TV's WiFI was that bad, since I have never had to think about it after the intial setup on my LG.

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