Acer AT4220 HD Ready 42" LCD TV at PixMania.Co.UK £509.80 Or Less Delivered! - HotUKDeals
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The Acer AT4220 LCD TV has been reduced to just £509 at PixMania.Co.UK and by using the discount code attached, you can save £11 which is almost the full cost of delivery... Buy through QuidCo to earn cashback or use the direct link opposite to go straight to the deal...

With the AT4220 42 LCD screen from Acer, youll get High Definition images and cinema-quality sound watching your favourite films and TV programmes on a big screen!
The HD ready AT4220 has a modern design and offers high resolution and contrast ratios for crisp, clear images, as well as built-in Nicam Stereo sound to plunge you right into the heart of the action.
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The AT4220 is designed to function with other High Definition devices thanks to its dual HDMI imput. It can even serve as a top-of-the-line monitor for your PC via the VGA input.
The AT4220 42” LCD television combines amazing visual and sound quality with user-friendliness so you can enjoy High Definition in style.
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I was reading some reviews of the Acer LCD
Without getting into the 1080p Full HD debate "trustedreviews.com" state
"Our first impressions leap significantly upwards, though, as we spot among the AT4220’s connections not one but two HDMI inputs – a forward-thinking touch of flexibility that a few rival TVs costing twice as much are still failing to provide. Even better, during our tests these HDMIs actually managed to show 1080p feeds from our resident Marantz DV9600 upscaling DVD player, a feature TVs costing north of £2k don’t routinely offer.
Further investigation reveals that the component video inputs the TV also sports can take 1080p too, making this one of the few TVs around able to show a 1080p output from the Xbox 360 console (and its optional HD DVD drive)."

Some other reviews have said its 720p and not 1080p but if it can support 1080p and although it sucks with SD wouldn't it be worth it to get solely for the xbox 360?

I apologise for my ignorance and if Ive missed the point!

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