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[eBay Plus] Devanti LED Smart TV LCD TV 4K UHD HDR: 65" $499.16, 55" $424.28 Delivered @ Ozplaza.living eBay


This is very cheap pricing. Not sure about quality.


Resolutions: 3840x2160
Contrast ratio: 1200:1
Brightness (cd/m2): 300(Typ.)
Aspect ratio: 16:9
Viewing angle: 178°
HDR: Yes
Pixel/dot pitch: 0.124mm x 0.372mm
Response time: 9.5ms
HDR: Yes
Signal compatibility: 480i, 576i, 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080p, 2160p
Voltage: 220~240V, 50/60Hz
Power consumption: 195W
Speakers: 2x 5W
CPU: ARM cortex
GPU: Mail G31 MP2
RAM: 1.5GB
Storage capacity: 8GB
Operating system: webOS 5.0
Game mode: Yes
USB: 2x 2.0
Computer supported resolutions: 640x360, 853x480, 1024x576, 1280x720, 1366x768, 1920x1080, 3840x2160
Size: 65"
Energy rating: 4 stars
Battery size: AAA-sized battery x2
Power cord length: 149cm
TV dimensions (with stand): 1461mm x 285mm x 904mm
TV dimensions (without stand): 1461mm x 86mm x 843mm

Original Coupon Deal

ABN 50 115 804 432

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  • +1 vote

    I see these on ebay, even the 75 inch version and do wonder what they're like in person.
    These will be on the same level as Kogan (Sh1t) 1200:1 contrast ratio is a big issue, after shipping and manufacturer mark up there's very little left over for actual materials and technology/R&D.
    Would personally stick to a TCL or HIsense as a bear minimum.

    But hey dollar per inch basis you can't really go past these ;)

    • +1 vote

      Whats the minimum contrast ratio needed for a decent TV nowadays

      • +1 vote

        Entry level tcl's are pushing around 1:4000


          Got any opinion on one of the following?

          1. FFalcon 55UF2 55" Ultra HD HDR Smart TV ($499)

          2. Polaroid 55" 4K Ultra HD Smart TV powered by webOS ($479)
            [on sale tomorrow]

          Or should I still go for

          Hisense 58" S5 4K UHD Smart TV
          (Currently $515 at The Good Guys with their $80 Store Credit bonus)

  • +3 votes

    + $141.90 postage to WA.

  • +1 vote

    As long as it will last 6.5 years then I'll give it a try.


    Personally I'd go EKO from Big W, it's not this cheap but you get Android TV built in. Plus if you know someone that works at Woolies or similar they get 10% off at Big W


      Pity they seem to be shifting to WebOS for newer models. Haven't tried WebOS myself, don't tend to use the smart features on TVs but having built in Chromecast on Android TV was a nice feature.


        From what people say, WebOS is decent. I just like the fact Android TV is like my smart phone. Playstore etc and you can go from one TV to another and it's all the same Eg TCL


        Shame if they change over completely to WebOS. Android TV is much better than WebOS. Specially with the sideloading and built in chrome casting.