26" HD Ready Widescreen 1080p LCD TV Freeview w/ Glass Stand - HotUKDeals
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Foehn & Hirsch 26" HD Ready Widescreen LCD TV Freeview 500cd/m2 HDMIx2/VGA/Scart X 2 Glossy Black 3 Years Warranty

I was looking for for a small-ish but decent TV for the bedroom and found this.
It's down £30 from £269.99. So you can get the TV for £239.99 or you can get it in a bundle with a glass for £269.99. It looks a good looking TV and all the reviews say it's perfect 1080p with great picture and sound.

It looks a great deal as you're usually looking at nearlt £300 quid just for the telly.

With it being Ebuyer - it's free delivery over £50.

if there's any cheaper 26" freeview TV's out there let me know, as I haven't bought this one yet! I just thought it looked liek a good deal.
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where did it says display at 1080p?
In the reviews, everyone's saying the same thing.
i see. quite a bargain if not bothered with the brand.
This TV has a resolution (Number of Pixels) "Screen size 26" 16:10
Super High Definition VGA 1366 x 768" quote from Ebuyer description.

So its not a native 1080 screen but must down sample 1080 to fit its resolution listed in the spec on Ebuyer at the bottom of the page. That said it will still probably give a good picture as it not a big screen size.
As per other posts, be aware that this TV is NOT Full HD (1080p) but HD Ready (720p).

To quote from one of the reviews which the OP claims to confirm that the TV is 1080p:

I would like to clarify the "Full HD and 1080p" questions. This TV is not Full HD nor does it display 1080p. The resolution of the tv is 1366 x 768 which means it displays 768 vertical lines on the screen - not 1080 vertical lines which is "Full HD". The description does say it accepts 1080p signals, which it does, but it then downscales the picture to fit the screen resolution. (I hope that clarifies the 1080p question because it seems everyone is just having a stab in the dark with it)
Misleading. It's 1080i (most modern 720p HDTV's are), not 1080p. Not that'd you'd even be able to tell the difference between 720p and 1080p on anything under 37" anyways.

Also, Ebuyer are known to filter out all bad reviews...I rarely see a product on there with less than 4 stars! I'm not saying it's a bad TV, it's probably quite decent...but take the description/writeup with a pinch of salt and try to look for genuine reviews on other websites first.

You won't find any reviews on any other sites. This is a "fantasy" brand name registered for and by ebuyer, presumably to make it sound like there is German engineering involved. From memory, it's actually from Korea (not that I'm saying that makes it a bad unit).
That's not freeview though, is it?
That's not freeview though, is it?

Yes, it is.

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