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Pros: 64 active LED zones instead of 32! The price...amazing!
Cons: None that I have found yet.
Other Thoughts: After much research online I decided against the new version of this unit, the M50-C1, as the P502ui-B1E is in many ways a superior unit. Every review I read online or watched on YouTube stated that if I could get hold of a P502ui-B1E for around the same price as the newer model ($650 - $700) I'd get a much superior HDTV - even with a refurbished unit. I found several on Jeff Bezos sites Marketplace, the least expensive was $594 so I decided reluctantly to buy. About a week later it arrived from New Jersey with a smashed display. After returning it for a refund I decided to check and see if Newegg had one and they did - for $499. I received it from California in perfect condition and am amazed at the picture quality (especially after calibrating it), the great smart apps (NetFlix, etc) and the configurability. I would recommend this model to anyone looking for a 50-inch class 4K HDTV with top-notch picture quality at an unbeatable price. Thank you Newegg!
Reviewed By:Robert M.,4/10/2016 4:13:58 PM
This reviewer reports that his/her technical understanding of this type of product is and has owned this product 1 week to 1 month.
Pros: Many PIP options. Original purchase in 2007 and still using it with no issue
Cons: For 2016 standards it has a large bezel and is quite thick with a bit of weight to it too.
Other Thoughts: No tuner but that allowed my to claim this as a monitor under my companies computer program. I love this TV. It has been a monitor for a few years. It has served well and still is as a gym/mame box tv now.
Reviewed By:Anonymous,3/22/2016 3:17:24 PM
This reviewer reports that his/her technical understanding of this type of product is and has owned this product .
if you come across one of these get it, even in 2016
Pros: Works well, really good picture, bought it for sports (240Hz), good in sunny room, has all the old connections meaning it can play video (mp4) from a USB stick plugged into it (this feature was disabled in many "smart" tvs to encourage use of their "apps" which means paying for netflix or hulu or you had to buy a roku to do the same thing).
Cons: Nothing. By today's standards it may be bulky but it was a flagship device built really solidly and we've been using it since 2009 with just as good a picture as most new affordable (non 4k, though i've never seen a 4k in person) models.
Other Thoughts: heck yeah, no apps! yeah! don't want my tv selling me other things. Had a WD Live hooked up to it for years to stream from computer and now a dedicated HTPC.
Reviewed By:D B.,1/11/2016 11:25:01 AM
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