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'Biggest Deals Since Boxing Day' Sale On Now @ Harvey Norman (Panasonic 55" 4K - $1188 / Micasa Rice Cooker - $15 + More)


Micasa 5 Cup Rice Cooker $15
Panasonic 55" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED-LCD TV $1,188 - Cheaper than Boxing Day
Panasonic 40" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED-LCD TV $698 Save $344
Samsung Gear S3 Classic Smartwatch $585

Plenty more specials on the link :)

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  • 3x 55" 4K TVs for $1,188

    Off to google this lot to find a winner!

  • Pretty sure i got that rice maker a while back for $10 on here…
    Kinda crappy but it does the job.

    WD 1TB external hard drives for $79. These usually go on sale for around $90

  • Noels looks to have price matched at least the Sony 55" 4K…

    The Sony looks the standout of the lot?

    • +1

      Yes, with android in it you can have Kodi and IPTV which will change your life forever…

      • yep so much more functionality on the Sony Android TV's

      • I do seriously need to get on this train. Every time I've tried over the years, the addons have never installed properly on my current Windows 7 machine. Drives me nuts knowing the big wide world is just over there…

        • +1

          Tried Plex?

        • @Shaw: Plex doesn't appeal as it wants to transcode stuff.

          Loved that the VLC client is now on the Xbox One. It's kinda limited, but it will play HEVC X.265 files directly off a drive folder on my local PC. That's awesome.

          I'm going with the Sony TV, and from Noels as it's now gone from the Harvey Sale page. Am stoked with the prices here and being Android TV, I should be able to load Kodi and VLC player etc directly.

          The sony doesn't have freeview plus though, but I figure you can load the tvnz and tv3 apps directly via android.

          55" 4k under $1200. Yes please!

        • @Jaxson:

          Fair call.

          I host mine on a small fanless htpc at home and have no issues with it, but it depends on setup really. I've also got a dedicated server in the states with Plex that I use when not at home, which is really convenient.

          Yea, good price, enjoy!

        • @Jaxson:
          I think it does have freeview plus…

        • @Jaxson: You can set the player to "direct play: forced" which will turn off transcoding. There's also Emby which does a similar job to Plex and is open source, although I've found Plex to be a bit more polished.

          I personally love the convenience of Plex - I have it syncing with Kodi in the lounge, use the web UI on my laptop for watching stuff in bed and sync to my phone when I'm at the gym. I can watch something in the lounge, pause it and then resume on the laptop all the while keeping track of what I have and haven't watched (useful with a library of 250ish tv shows and 1400 movies).

        • +1


          the NL description says freeviewplus capable

          I got the Sony android kdl55w800c which has all those features last year

        • @Teckiwi: Happy to be wrong about this for sure. But am happy either way really.

        • +2

          Bought this tv a few weeks ago. (had a forum post on here about it)
          bought from NL, 100% freeview plus on the one I picked up

        • +1

          hmmm curious, lists it on the sony site

        • @cutcutcut:
          All good. Adds to the reasons to buy, given TiVo is about to get very dumb soon…

  • Looks like i'm gonna jump on the sony tv deal, but for a bit more the samsung ua55ku6000 looks good too… Any thoughts on which might be better?

    • When I was looking has the same choices. The samsung had a better looking picture (only slightly) but the Sony had android TV on it. Got the sony.
      If I am honest I do actually prefer the OS on my Samsung. But Android TV is easier for my parents to use., Esp the built in chromecast

      • Thx for your insight. Tbh I would prefer a better pic over a better OS, but is the difference in pic quality worth the 100 or so?

        • +1

          Honestly Not sure, Probably worth going in and comparing the picture quality in store?

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