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THIS SEEMS LIKE A VERY GOOD DEAL, SIMILAR TO SAINSBURY'S RECENT OFFER?
POSSIBLY ONLY FOR 1 WEEK AT THIS PRICE POINT?
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WillieGophar#1
Been seriously considering this. I don't particularly need or want the 3D features though. It's not full HD (not that that stops this being a good deal) and Amazon have a Digihome 32" LED which is full HD (but no 3D) for the same price.
Any advice, good people?
Heat added.

Edited By: WillieGophar on Nov 22, 2012 23:04
mramrania1#2
i also wanna know.. is this good guys ?
olie6915#3
My personal opinion is wait until the January sales, if your not that bothered about 3D you'll be able to pick up a decent branded 1080p 32" for the same price (maybe cheaper)

Yes it comes with 2 years warranty but I'm a bit of a brand **** and if it means paying a bit more I'd do it
HankHandsome#4
The sainsbury's deal was a full 1080p TV, this one is 720p, so while the price is good, I think that aspect alone edges the Sainsburys one. Heat though.
pet2000#5
What's the energy usage? A or B or C or even D? Will make a huge difference to your pounds after January 2013.
scooter300#6
HankHandsome
The sainsbury's deal was a full 1080p TV, this one is 720p, so while the price is good, I think that aspect alone edges the Sainsburys one. Heat though.

I do agree, although the Sainsbury's deal is no longer available, just thought this may be interesting as an alternative. On a 32" you probably wont really tell the difference between the two resolutions. thanks for the heat tho ;-)
csr#7
I got the non 3d version of this a few months ago and have been pleased with it - this one doesnt look as nice as the one i got but it is cheaper. I use mine over VGA with a PC and havent had any problems with it picture wise but the sound is very tinny and you probably need some external speakers.
dinglebert 1 Like #8
I bought the 42" version of this for £299 and its very good. far better picture than the one it replaced
artificialcolours#9
olie6915
My personal opinion is wait until the January sales, if your not that bothered about 3D you'll be able to pick up a decent branded 1080p 32" for the same price (maybe cheaper)

Yes it comes with 2 years warranty but I'm a bit of a brand **** and if it means paying a bit more I'd do it

Interesting. I'm in the market for a 40" region LED TV, I was under the impression that the best deals were to be had in the run up to Christmas, as just an observer, I was disappointed with what the stores came up with in the new year, compared with even the cashback deals the producers were offering.
MrPuddington#10
Only 720p, no Freeview HD, I think they have cut a few corners too many on this set.
scooter300#11
MrPuddington
Only 720p, no Freeview HD, I think they have cut a few corners too many on this set.
maybe so, but can you really complain for a sub £200 tv with the features it does have? the "missing" features can be found on a more expensive tv
mission1664#12
MrPuddington
Only 720p, no Freeview HD, I think they have cut a few corners too many on this set.

The 720p wouldn't worry me at this size, the build and picture quality would....... guaranteed Vestal cr*p.

Edited By: mission1664 on Nov 24, 2012 17:49
HereKittyKitty#13
Wow! I never thought I'd see a 3D TV for less than £200. Decent size too, and LED should keep the leccy bills down. If I cared even slightly about 3D telly I'd snap this up
mission1664#14
HereKittyKitty
Wow! I never thought I'd see a 3D TV for less than £200. Decent size too, and LED should keep the leccy bills down. If I cared even slightly about 3D telly I'd snap this up

If anyone even slightly cared about 3D TV .....they would nt touch this with a barge pole.
jonhindson#15
I bought this a while ago for the kids bedroom it's not to bad for the price picture and sound is good I think the builds not bad either haven't tried the 3d yet though so hopefully itl be ok

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