So fucking close to pulling the trigger on this.
Thoughts? Can you recommend something better at the same price?
>le curved meme
I don't host viewing parties.
Not Curved meme (Doesn't even matter about "viewing parties" or not, it serves literally no purpose, makes them harder to mount, store, move, or buy things for)
Smart Features easy to ignore
Remote is programmable for other devices (Cable Box, Sound Bars/Surround systems, Etc)
Almost half the price of that sale.
almost all tv's in above $600 are smart tv's. They just dont sell if they aren't, so I wouldnt cross "smart" capabilities off your list
I would however cross curvature off your list. unless your tv is 80" or larger and you sit very close to it. as anon said earlier it will make it a bitch to mount properly, move without damaging, and doesn't have any benefit unless you are sitting directly in front of it , very near to it
every image on tv and video, and video games is designed to be projected onto a flat surface, using a curved surface will only distort it for no real reason other than "cool" factor
When you're not 6 feet back it makes a huge difference. Especially for desktop usage on huge screens. Flat monitors are just horrible for the corners when you're closers than 3ft.
the only secure way is never connecting it to your network
if you do connect it you can check out at the router level what devices are connected and transmitting.
tl;dr the tv wont tell you, your router can tell you
Unless your tv is broken why bother? Whats the point if no one even broadcasts in 4k.
You might notice a slight difference to the average tv when watching normal tv shows but is it worth that much money?
Does it have HDR support? If not then you'll have to upgrade in a few months to have 4k blu rays utilized to their max ability. Otherwise you'll just have nothing but a sharper image
>not hiding the recycling bin on an otherwise spotless desktop
I am angry
yeah theyre the wallpaper
new issue: my text rendering is no good, i'm getting crazy subpixel bullshit where text has red halos on the left and blue halos on the right. Some calibration site tells me my subpixel layout is v-rgb. Recalibrating ClearType doesn't do jack shit. What should I do?
Play with the settings.
Does it have viewing modes?
I know on my monitor it's got like 6 predefined modes and 4 of them have the issue you described while the other two are perfect.
Turn it to PC mode. There should be something like that. Otherwise install MacType. It might not help but you should install it anyway (though I admit I don't know how far ClearType)
Holy fuck no you autistic monkey, they are without any shred of contest the best 4k TVs to use as a monitor.
4k/60hz also supports 1080p/120hz can OC to 144hz on some of the P series. The -lowest- display response time of anything over 60" on the market at 18ms. Barely higher than the newest top of the line Gsync panels at 14ms input delay @ 1440p.
Pic related, it's a Vizio P series 65". Where were you when Vizio won the TV war?
Or you know, I could be using it for muh vidya / couch co-op. Fucking jelly poorfag.
>Vizio P series
>Our current lineup of P series TVs do not support 4:4:4 Chroma at 60Hz in the 4k 60hz resolution. 4:4:4 Chroma @ 60Hz can be done in 1080p, 1080i, 720p and 480p. The only 60Hz chroma supported in 4k resolution is 4:2:0, otherwise drop down to 30Hz to get 4:4:4.