Free eGift Card on Dell Ultra HD Monitor, 55" Samsung Smart TV and More - HotHardware
Free eGift Card on Dell Ultra HD Monitor, 55" Samsung Smart TV and More

Free eGift Card on Dell Ultra HD Monitor, 55" Samsung Smart TV and More

Dell's bodacious Ultra HD UltraSharp UP3214Q continues to be the darling of the deals feed this week (our full review of this bad boy is here), with a $300 eGift card that'll cut the sting on the high-end price tag to go with all those high resolution pixels.  We've got a couple other tidbits from Dell, HP and Samsung in today's deals round-up as well, so scroll on down and catch the falling Benjamins...
32-inch Dell UP3214Q UltraSharp 3840x2160 IPS Monitor + $300 eGift card for $2,379.99 with free shipping (normally $3,499.99 - use coupon code 9QB025WNJ3X$MJ ).

27-inch Dell S2740L 27" 1080p IPS LED-backlit LCD Monitor + $100 eGift card for $254.99 with free shipping (normally $369.99 - use coupon code 9QB025WNJ3X$MJ ).

55-inch Samsung UN55F6300 1080p 120Hz LED Smart HDTV + $300 Dell eGift card for $1,197.99 with free shipping (normally $1,299).

Dell Inspiron 3000 4th-gen Pentium Dual-core "Haswell" Slim Desktop w/4GB RAM, Wireless-N & Windows 8 for $299.99 with free shipping (normally $399.99).

HP Pocket Playlist 32GB Portable Media Streaming Device for $32.50 only (normally $129.99 - use coupon code ACE8477 ).
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sweet, wonder how much it costs if they are giving a 300 dollar gift card with it?

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Maybe if Dell would be willing to fix my Dell monitor that turns itself off I would consider buying another one of their products. Until then, I can't be tempted.

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I want a 4k game so gosh dang bad, but $2,300 is too much for just a 32 inch.

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for that much you could get a Zeus mini!

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Still too expensive. 4K will get into the more affordable range though. Another year or 2 and it won't cost an arm and a leg. I can't wait ti;; games and movies widely use it. It'll look epic

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Hold on, this isn't a 4K monitor; it outputs 3840 x 2160 instead of 4096 × 2160.

Why in the world marketers/manufacturers are calling Ultra HD resolution monitors, specified by a different committee, 4K monitors?

Has the situation changed since CES between the two committees that set the standards of consumer & professional resolutions ?

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Good catch. Actually Dell doesn't call it "4K." They call it "Ultra HD." I've made edits to this post. Thanks

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Okay, understood; thanks for clearing that up. I'm glad to know I wasn't incorrect about the current state of how Ultra HD and 'True' 4K monitors are distinguished from another.

It can be very confusing to keep track which monitors are Ultra HD TVs and which are actually 'true' 4K monitors w/ 4K content unapologetically attached to both when they're described (which makes sense0.

CES this year certainty proved that.

I hope true 4K monitors begin to crop up, now that there's beasts like the GTX Titan Z in existence (supports 5K gaming!) , as well as for pedantic content creators.

 

I'm surprised both Asus and Dell haven't introduced one yet in their ProArt and Ultrasharp lines; I would've thought that was the first line-up of monitors that can support 4K content they would've shipped out. 

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Hmm maybe this is time to switch the philosophy of plants don't grow on trees to reality

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