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Apple TV 4K 32GB $218 | HP ENVY 5034 All-in-One Printer $49 (Eligible for $15 Cashback) @ Harvey Norman

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Two price drops at Harvey Norman. Get in quick to OW if you want to price beat the Apple TV :) Officeworks has now adjusted their pricing.

Apple TV 4K 32GB $218 (OW Price Beat $207.10)
HP ENVY 5034 All-in-One Printer (Was $98) $49 ($34 after $15 Cashback1)

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  1. Terms and Conditions
    $15 Cashback OR $30 when purchased with HP 65 series ink
    Offer ends 3 March 2020. Offer is from the supplier. Terms and Conditions apply. See full details at: http://hp.com.au/printcashback 

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    32GB, yeah, nah.

    • +9 votes

      what do you use storage for?

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        apps and games, my kids play games on it.

      • +2 votes

        People with the 32GB model will tell you "they never run out of space". What they won't tell you (or understand) is the device will atomically delete apps (or components of the apps) without you knowing about it (the app icon remains on the home screen). Then the next time you go to launch the deleted app, it will be slow as it re-downloads. This would be fine if your on 100Mbps, this would probably be fine I guess.

        The other thing is, the Apple TV is the one device where Apple doesn't rip you off with larger storage, so I would just spend the little extra.

        But, each to their own.

  • +1 vote

    Good deal for the printer for those looking for a duplex printer.

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    Great price on the 4k Apple TV.

  • +2 votes

    Thanks op. Good for a price match but no stock at my OW and they can’t even order it.

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    Is this even necessary considering you can install the Apple TV app on new TVs these days?

    • +2 votes

      I'm pretty sure the Apple TV application has just access to their media service

      Hopefully I'm wrong but that's what it looks like

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        Nope. I have it on my 2018 Samsung QLED S9. Through it I have access to my iTunes movie library as well.

        • +1 vote

          Plex/Infuse has far better playback on an Apple TV compared to Samsung TV. So for those that use that, well worth it.

    • +4 votes

      The performance of an Apple TV box is superb, the remote is excellent, and the apps and games you can load to Apple TV surely cannot be loaded to the Apple TV app. I use YouTube and other apps on Apple TV rather then on my TV set, as they all perform better.

      This is by far the best value device Apple has ever made. Is there anything else useful they sell for $200 new?

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        Yes @mrau I am with you 100% on this. Between hubby and I we have bought five Apple tv's so far because we love them so much (one for each child and one for lounge and one for bedroom).

        Agree, they are the best value product Apple has ever made.

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        the remote is excellent

        Isn't it one of the biggest complaints?

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          Each to their own. I like it but do agree that some of the buttons are positioned incorrectly and the scrolling arrows can be a bit off at times. Love the simplicity and design but they can definitely improve on it in the next model.

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          You can use your iPhone as remote too.

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      I have a Samsung TV bought in 2016 and I can't add the Apple TV+ app, but the Disney+ worked, so go figure.

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    Can I get some opinions on why someone would even purchase the Apple TV 4K and I'm someone that uses Apple products and currently owns an Apple TV3 that I don't use at all. I understand access to iTunes I understand AirPlay from computer to television/Phone/tablet but I would prefer HDMI with no lag. I guess it can be used to record but I don't see any real reason for it.

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      Me too. The only reason why I could see it as beneficial is purely for Airplay… That's just about it.

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        Airplay is a big deal, actually

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          Some new tvs (higher end) have it…

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            @richmond12: Yeah, both mine do- which is why I saw that's all the use I see for it. Honestly speaking, they may not even continue Apple TVs since the App will come standard with most TVs going forward.

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              @vincesuarez:

              since the App will come standard with most TVs going forward

              Ummmm, no. That's like saying Apple should of stopped making iPhones in 2015 because it released Apple Music on Android.

              Apple makes alot from the 30% cut it gets from subscriptions on other streaming services when people signup on the Apple TV.

              Plus the 30% from App sales on the Apple TV App Store.

              Plus so called "smart" TV have shitty processors, shitty UX, shitty remotes and are just simply shit. Apple will always want to cater for the market who appreciate quality products. All they're doing now is getting their services out to the masses that think their existing "smart" TV is good enough.

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                @PainToad: Firstly, relax.

                Secondly, how do you know this with such clear concise certainty? Are you the one the Executives at Apple Inc speak to when making plans for its future? I doubt that. You speak with way too much authority.

                My Samsung Q9 QLED TV has a quad-core processor inside it, which is significantly different to the Apple A10X Fusion processor found inside Apple TV units. Now, you do understand the difference between a quad-core processor and a mobile processor, don't you?

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                  @vincesuarez: It’s not just the processing speed. The app developers don’t choose to continue providing updates to the TV apps because there are so many of them running different operating systems / processors. It would take them an exorbitant amount of time with how many different model TVs there are out there, with different versions of operating systems.

                  The apps on the Apple TV are always prioritised by the app developers in terms of updates as they continue to be sold year after year. With the apps built into TVs you will be lucky to get two or three updates before the programmers of the app stop giving updates for that model TV. Happens all the time.

    • +6 votes

      For me it’s the interface.

      I prefer it to my smart Tv , I prefer it to my Telstra Tv.

      It all comes down to personal preference.

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      Main reason I purchased mine (2nd hand) was to use Homekit away from home, so primarily a gateway!

      Get occasional use as a media player - actually quite impressed with its up-scaling (generally prefer to use the Nvidia Shield as more versatile)

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      The ease of use of the interface is the big one for me. My 4 year old can easily use it to turn on the tv, launch apps, get in and out of apps quite easily and turn it off.
      Plus there are some nice games the whole family can get in an play.

    • +1 vote

      Plex is my reason for using it. This or the Nvidia Shield are the best clients for it.

    • +2 votes

      Less of a need if you have a recent TV with good quality steamer apps and a decent processor. Otherwise it’s fantastic.

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      I have all my dvds, tv shows, etc on my server running itunes on it. Both apple downloads and ones I have ripped in. We use the Apple TV and the computer icon to access them all on each TV. We also use it to access Youtube and netflix rather than the smart TV intferface. I have also started to use each channels apps to live stream their channels rather than changing to tv channels on live TV. Use the Apple tv every single day.Apple TV 3 is shocking compared to the Apple TV 4 or 4K in terms of interface. Apple TV 3 doesnt let you download any of the apps and TV shows are hard to nagivate on it.

    • +1 vote

      Airplay to watch streaming services that are not available on the smart tv.

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      It's a media box. You can watch netflix, plex, stan, etc through it. Pretty easy to see why someone would purchase it? Even if your tv is a smart tv with apps, they'll be worse than the ones on this. I use a Mi Box on my TV even though it's got all the apps built in because they're better on the box.

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      The interface is gorgeous especially on a 4K TV. Just gives you that luxury feel when scrolling through Netflix and other apps. Very smooth.

    • +1 vote

      Surprised no one mentioned Apple Arcade. Got it to play games on it using DualShock controllers.

  • +3 votes

    Apple TV, Netflix, prime, YouTube,Stan, ABC, 9 Now, 10 play, 7 plus, Disney, SBS on demand, etc

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      Appreciate that, but I get those all on my TV as apps for free.

      Seems as though Airplay is the main drawcard but this is getting better with in built TV apps.

      • +2 votes

        Don't know what your TV is but most brands stop updating the apps after a few years, that's where the Apple TV excels as it is updated longer than most (all?) TVs.

      • +2 votes

        I don't have all of those on my TV. I don't want to update my TV as it's fine. Cheaper to get Apple TV then to upgrade the TV.

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        Note that anyone who has a TV that doesn’t support e-arc (most), will need an external box such as Apple TV get sound any better than 5.1 to their receiver.
        AppleTV supports 4K Dolby ATMOS or HDR10 and ATMOS sound for a large portion of the newer iTunes movies (and Disney+). Anyone know what support the onboard TV appletv and Disney+ apps have for these formats?

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    When do you get the cashback for the printer…?

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    Printer any good? My color laser has died and I need one. Ink prices any good? Is it drm’d?

  • +3 votes

    Buying an Apple TV gets you a year of Apple TV Plus ATM so not a bad deal if there is an interest there

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    Can anyone comment on this vs the Nvidia Shield? Primarily playing 4k and 1080p content via Plex.

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    can you get the $30 cashback if you purchase the ink from another store?

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    How is this in terms of video quality and upscaling in comparison to the FireTV stick 4K? A lot of online reviews only talk about features but not video quality. The Firestick isn’t available here but you can easily get it from eBay. I bought a new Oled recently and want the best HDR, frame rate matching and upscaling.

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    Can you download android apps on this.Also Optus sport so I can watch the EPL.

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    I'm at work and can't get a free moment to research this. Would a kind person who may know please answer the following please?

    1. Can this easily/conveniently browse and play from a NAS?
    2. Can I in any way play DVD file structures on the Apple TV? e.g. VIDEO_TS folder with .vobs and other dvd files
    3. HDR support?

    Thanks in advance if anyone can help

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    I’ve got a 2018 Sony Smart TV. Use iPhone/iPad

    Wondering if there’s a benefit to getting 4K Apple TV? Or is this for people mostly without smart TV’s etc?

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      Can you access the iTunes Store? If yes and your TV has the Apple TV app / supports Airplay I don’t see much benefit

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      I use it for all my 4K movie/TV/Documentary contents from NAS

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      Benefits:
      4K Streaming.
      4K HDR Gaming.
      Home Kit hub (smart devices that are Home Kit compatible, e.g. door lock, door bell, cameras).
      Mirror you Apple devices.
      Free Apple TV Plus subscription (not much contents at the moment).
      New streaming apps added as they become available (e.g. Disney+)

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      @glados are you happy with the Sony Android TV interface? I have a 2018 Sony X85 and find the Android rather buggy, slow and unfriendly. I’ve got an ATV connected to this Sony TV and love it. Much better interface and to my eyes, better picture quality on Netflix, Prime, etc. than the native apps.

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