Hannspree ST251 25" LCD Freeview Full HD 1920x1080. £159.99 - Ebuyer Ebay - HotUKDeals
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Seems like a good deal to me, I have no experience of a Hannspree product I may add.

Main Specifications: ST251

Display Size: 25” (24.6” Viewable)
Resolution: 1920 x 1080 (PC Mode 1920 x 1080)
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Brightness: 300cd/m2
Contrast Ratio: 10000:1 (X-Contrast)
Response Time: 2ms (GtG)
Viewing Angles: H/V 170º/160º
Speakers: 2x 10W
Inputs: Composite, Component, 2x HDMI, VGA, Scart
MHEG5
Teletext: 500 Pages
2yr Collect and Return Warranty
RRP: £259 inc. VAT
Certifications: CB / CE / Nemko Bauart / Gost - R / WEEE / RoHS / Energystar 3.0
Power Consumption Operating: 65w
Power Consumption Standby/Sleep: 1W Physical
Case Colour: Black
Security Locking Mechanics: Kensington Lock Slot
Dimensions: 60.52cm (W) x 15.6cm (D) x 44.25cm (H)
Weight: 7.62kg




saves £10 on the regular ebuyer store price
- quizmaniac
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#1
Hanspree Tv's though cheap are pretty damn good value for money, and 25" tv for 160 with 1080p I reckon is an awesome price especially with 2ms response time

My 24" monitor is 1680x1050 and was £150 last year, so extra inch full hd 2ms response time and tv tuner built in as well as 2x hdmi to me is a bargain, heat added sir
#2
looks like a good deal to me. voted hot
#3
Poor reviews, well the ones i can find anyway are, but for £160 nuggets am considering this for the kitchen.
#4
jonhoggy
Poor reviews, well the ones i can find anyway are, but for £160 nuggets am considering this for the kitchen.


13 reviews for you below all 5 stars, saves £10 on the ebuyer store price so every little helps:)

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/177050
#5
Wouldn't trust a review on Ebuyer's website...
totally biased, as they remove comments showing faults or any negative aspects and only keep those 5-star ones!


quizmaniac
jonhoggy
Poor reviews, well the ones i can find anyway are, but for £160 nuggets am considering this for the kitchen.


13 reviews for you below all 5 stars, saves £10 on the ebuyer store price so every little helps:)

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/177050
#6
fair enough check amazon for the reviews of the 28" model if you like unless they remove the negs aswel i wouldnt no .

wnofal
Wouldn't trust a review on Ebuyer's website...
totally biased, as they remove comments showing faults or any negative aspects and only keep those 5-star ones!


quizmaniac
jonhoggy
Poor reviews, well the ones i can find anyway are, but for £160 nuggets am considering this for the kitchen.


13 reviews for you below all 5 stars, saves £10 on the ebuyer store price so every little helps:)
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http://www.ebuyer.com/product/177050
#7
Amazon are quite fair IMHO. Believe me I'm not slagging Ebuyer for no reason...
quizmaniac
fair enough check amazon for the reviews of the 28" model if you like unless they remove the negs aswel i wouldnt no .

wnofal
Wouldn't trust a review on Ebuyer's website...
totally biased, as they remove comments showing faults or any negative aspects and only keep those 5-star ones!


quizmaniac
jonhoggy
Poor reviews, well the ones i can find anyway are, but for £160 nuggets am considering this for the kitchen.


13 reviews for you below all 5 stars, saves £10 on the ebuyer store price so every little helps:)
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http://www.ebuyer.com/product/177050
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#8
fwiw, this TV has previously been listed on hotukdeals at £169.99. See following old threads for more info:

ST251 - July 2010

ST251 - Aug 2010
#9
Got one of these when they were £169.99, not bad quality, good enough for a bedroom.
Picture is good with plenty of inputs, we've had the 32" version in the bedroom for about three years and that is still going.
#10
I have had a Hannspree for 3 years now and its been fantastic , not a single issue and many people I know have since bought one rather than the more established makes . They are LG LCD's just in a different set of clothes .
#11
just ordered myself one based on the replies ... hope it was worth it
#12
we've had a Hannspree TV for 4 years or so... no problems with it at all :)
#13
Class TV. Had it a month. Looks great
#14
My son has this TV - uses it connected to his pc at uni. Great picture and resolution. We picked this over the equivalent LG and Samsung TV/monitors. Much cheaper and IMO just as good if not better. Hot from me.
#15
Would this be any good for CCTV? We need a couple and was thinking of this maybe?
#16
I am a wee bit confused. Is this just an ordinary LCD TV, or is it a TV/Monitor that can be used with laptops. All help is appreciated :)
1 Like #17
meowmix
I am a wee bit confused. Is this just an ordinary LCD TV, or is it a TV/Monitor that can be used with laptops. All help is appreciated :)
its a lcd tv with vga so you can use it as a pc monitor if you want
#18
i always see this in HUKD, not sure about the quality, any idea how is this TV ? is the quality competiive to other popular brand like sony, samsung or toshiba?
#19
I've ordered one, thanks op, the mrs wants a tv in the kitchen and this fits the bill, cheers.
#20
Not sure if anyone has posted this Pocket-lint review before.
1 Like #21
meowmix
I am a wee bit confused. Is this just an ordinary LCD TV, or is it a TV/Monitor that can be used with laptops. All help is appreciated :)

It can be used with a laptop.
Just run a vga cable from the vga socket on your laptop to the vga socket on the TV.
Cables are cheap off Ebay.Got a 5m one for under £3
#22
I bought this at the same price a few weeks ago. It's a great tv and works well with PS3 games and bluray movies. Built in freeview too which is decent.
#23
Wonderdeal
i always see this in HUKD, not sure about the quality, any idea how is this TV ? is the quality competiive to other popular brand like sony, samsung or toshiba?

We compared it to 22" LGs and Samsungs and thought this was better picture wise. My son is over the moon with it, he's running windows 7 off it and it looks great. I must admit I had my doubts about it being connected to a PC, but it seems to be perfect. It's also got all the connections he needs for xbox, pc, tv, etc.
#24
Has anyone used this with an AV sender and if so what's the quality like with that ?
#25
Wonderdeal
i always see this in HUKD, not sure about the quality, any idea how is this TV ? is the quality competiive to other popular brand like sony, samsung or toshiba?

Well you cant compare it to a Sony. Its half the price for a equivalent Full HD TV.

I paid £159.99 for a Hasnspree (2 year warranty) - if I could afford it, I would have gone for a recognised brand, but for £159, its a steal. We absolutely love it, and I have 2 braned Full HD TVs in the house
#26
I am absolutely OVER THE MOON with this purchase. Probably the best thing I've ever bought off this site. It is truly a bargain. We needed a 25" to fit exactly in a cabinet. It was a tall order and this was the first set I'd ever seen which did that, let alone the price it was on sale for.

Picture quality = stunning (especially with the 3view receiver)
Audio quality = very good, considering how LCD TVs usually are not great in this department (IMHO)
Remote Control = superb quality, very well thought out, feels good in the hand, well made too
Inputs = Covers all bases

Went via Topcashback for 40% from eBay's profit to bring down the price further. Came well within 24 hours after ordering.

Thanks so much to the OP!

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