Hannspree 28-inch Full HD 1080p LCD TV with Digital Tuner £249.99 delivered @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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The stylish and minimalist ST Series of Full HD LCD HDTVs takes your audio-visual experience to a level in clarity and smoothness by upgrading all video to 1080p high definition. Designed to enhance contemporary surroundings, the ST281MAB radiate excusive quality. Equipped with between 2 HDMI ports to deliver the best HD image quality from the latest HDMI equipped devices such as; Blu-ray players, games consoles and HD camcorders, and boasting a 10-watt advanced audio system delivering a powerful stereo home studio experience, the Full HD ST281MAB is the 'piece de resistance' to any state-of-the-art home cinema setup.

Product Description: Hannspree Xv-S ST281MAB - 28" LCD TV
Product Type: LCD TV
Diagonal Size: 28" - widescreen
Dimensions (WxDxH): 67.3 cm x 8.9 cm x 49 cm - without stand
Digital Television Certification: HD ready 1080p
Resolution: 1920 x 1200
Display Format: 1080p (FullHD)
Input Video Formats: 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p, 480i, 576i, 576p
Video Interface: Component, composite, HDMI, SCART
HDMI Ports Qty: 2 port(s)
PC Interface: VGA (HD-15), HDMI
Technology: TFT active matrix
Progressive Scan: Yes
Image Aspect Ratio: 16:10
Digital TV Tuner: DVB-T
Analogue TV Tuner: PAL, SECAM
Features: 3:2 pull down compensation, 2:2 pull down compensation, Digital Noise Reduction (DNR)
Sound Output Mode: Stereo
Speaker System: 2 speakers
Stereo Reception System: NICAM, A2
Remote Control: Remote control
Environmental Standards: ENERGY STAR Qualified
Manufacturer Warranty: 2 years warranty
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#1
Not a bad price for 2-years home swop-out warranty. I would prefer to know the actual energy consumption than just an empty phrase "ENERGY STAR Qualified".

Correction: thought it was 32". Price a little too high for 28", imo.
#2
It would need to be a bit closer to £200 given its only a 28" IMO
#3
With a 1920x1200 resolution isn't this really just a PC monitor with TV Tuner?
suspended#4
You could get a 32" for that price. You would find it very difficult to notice 1080p at a small size like that.
#5
Got a 37" hannspree here for 3 years now.. the screen is great for the price - lacks features, but connectivity is great and have no problems! got ps3, pc, freeview box, vcr, dvd player all hooked up and works a treat. bought it as it was the best selling tv on ebuyer back then. cant rate them highly enough. They will seem inferior up against pan, sam, sony etc -but ive no regrets!
#6
neoboy
With a 1920x1200 resolution isn't this really just a PC monitor with TV Tuner?

That resolution is 1080p

and yes, but that's the same with all HD TV's
#7
Resolution: 1920 x 1200
Display Format: 1080p (FullHD)

Eh??? 1080p is 1920*1080, which is very different from 1920 x 1200. Which one is it?
#8
Another Hannspree owner here, can't knock the quality, still going strong after over 2 years. That said, though, 2 years ago I paid £300 odd for a 32", so £250 does seem a little high for 28" now, even with 1080p
#9
InfernoZeus;7973634
Eh??? 1080p is 1920*1080, which is very different from 1920 x 1080. Which one is it?

quote of year :-D
#10
pet2000
Not a bad price for 2-years home swop-out warranty. I would prefer to know the actual energy consumption than just an empty phrase "ENERGY STAR Qualified".

Correction: thought it was 32". Price a little too high for 28", imo.


Bargain? If it was a 32 incher yes.
#11
It's 1920x1200, slightly fuzzy as a monitor.
#12
royals
quote of year :-D

Ooops :oops: :whistling:

I really shouldn't stray onto this website after midnight!
#13
I too have a hannfree 32" from a couple of years ago. But I wouldn't buy another one. When you sometimes switch it on there is no picture only sound so you have to turn it off and try again. Also the sound quality is very poor and the volume increases and decreases randomly.
I have learnt that if you are buying electrical equipment which you will use daily buy quality.
my washing machine and dryer are siemens. But my panini maker is some unknown brand.
#14
When buying a product from this company just be aware the customer services is dire, I had a fault with my 32" sent it away after 6 weeks it took a threaten of legal action to eventually get it back. I would not buy from these again.
#15
robot1000
That resolution is 1080p

and yes, but that's the same with all HD TV's


Lol. 1920x1080 is HD

The res for this is more like a monitor res, it just means it can handle hd signals. All HD tv's are not not same, please get your facts straight before you post misleading information.

16:10 is also more of a monitor aspect ratio than that of a tv so your 16:9 films won't display as intended whereas they would on a 16:9 monitor or tv obviously.
#16
Brilliant brand , after huge amount of research into the best budget LCD's I got a 37" Hannspree a couple of years ago and its fantastic and looks very classy .
Someone once told me that only Samsung and LG actually make the LCD displays and then all the other TV manufacturers buy from these 2 then rebadge them ?
#17
i bet this is terrible. get what you pay for imo
#18
nice find = hot
#19
DB2k
i bet this is terrible. get what you pay for imo


This really isn't the site for you then !
#20
This isn't an LCD TV

It's an LCD MONITOR!!!

If it's 1920x1200 then you will have extra black bands at the top and bottom of the screen unless you wnat to watch your TV streched vertically.

On the other hand, LCD monitors have a far superior pic quality to TVs so it could be a winner if the above doesn't bother you.

Very good price for an LCD monitor...

NOT a very good price for an LCD TV.
#21
MinerWilly
Someone once told me that only Samsung and LG actually make the LCD displays and then all the other TV manufacturers buy from these 2 then rebadge them ?


That may be the case, but remember that it does not mean it's going to be any good. It could be an older panel for a start.
#22
Does it accept a 1920 x 1200 signal?
When displaying standard res, i.e. 1920 x 1080 does it stretch to fill the screen, display with borders or have the option for either.

I'd give this a miss at the moment, though it could make a nice monitor.

MinerWilly
Brilliant brand , after huge amount of research into the best budget LCD's I got a 37" Hannspree a couple of years ago and its fantastic and looks very classy .
Someone once told me that only Samsung and LG actually make the LCD displays and then all the other TV manufacturers buy from these 2 then rebadge them ?


There may be a good amount of truth to that but remember when panels are made they are done so to differing qualities and graded accordingly. The lesser panels will be sold cheaper, the best panels will be saved for themelves or other high-end manufacturers.
#23
robo989
This isn't an LCD TV
It's an LCD MONITOR!!!


Dont buy it as a monitor - as I said earlier, its fuzzy, it will annoy you - get the hannsg (which I think is the same companies monitor arm?).
#24
A point to make though is that if its an LCD MONITOR and not an LCD TV, if you plan on using it for TV, games console, DVD/blu-ray player etc. it might not have the neccessary picture modes to be able to crop the borders when you wish, something that currently bugs me when watching any movies on my Xbox 360 through a 1080p MONITOR, i have to use the Xbox's crummy zoom modes. Also what about things like exact pixel mapping etc. modes you see on LCD Tv's and are more often missing on LCD MONITOR's. Not sure what the Hannspree falls under? the title suggests its a LCD TV? Not a bad price, but you can get a 37" 1080p LCD TV for under £400 with standard Freeview built in, so it doesnt seem a bad price.
If i didnt already have a 1080p LCD MONITOR for my PC i'd probably get this to use primarily for it and to watch the odd bit of TV on, with the occasional Xbox 360 use thrown in. hmmm....maybe i could flog my old DELL one...:)

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