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Watching TV on an angle

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EugW wrote: The one you linked is an older model (and smaller). This year is UN while last year is UM. The main difference is UN may get updates for 1 year longer.

This one is at Costco as you wished and is under the $1000 barrier.
With the possibility that a 65" won't fit, here's a 55" model on sale:

https://www.costco.ca/lg-55-in.-smart-4 ... 60797.html
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EugW wrote: The one you linked is an older model (and smaller). This year is UN while last year is UM. The main difference is UN may get updates for 1 year longer.

This one is at Costco as you wished and is under the $1000 barrier.
One more question....how does this compare to a Nano Cell? For $200 more, the nano at best Buy is available. What's the difference?
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sportznutt wrote: One more question....how does this compare to a Nano Cell? For $200 more, the nano at best Buy is available. What's the difference?
I haven't compared nano cell TVs in person myself, but in general the nano cell TVs have better quality picture. It's a marketing term for what we can probably think of as some sort of additional filter layer in these TVs.

In general the Samsung QLED VA panels will still be better overall for most viewers (in dimly lit rooms), but they don't work for you because of their small viewing angles.

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