LG 19-inch Widescreen Full HD with Freeview £139 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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LG 19-inch Widescreen Full HD with Freeview.

Looked like a good deal to me.

Product Features
300 cd/m2 brightness, 1000:1 contrast ratio
5ms response time
Wide viewing angle
1366 x 768 resolution
Integrated DVB-T Tuner
Technical Details

Size 19" wide
TV Tuner built in (Freeview)
Brightness 300cd/m2
Contrast ratio 10000:1 (DFC)
Viewing angle H 176 / 170
Response time 5ms
Supported colours 16.7M
Resolution 1366 x 768
Video signal type RGB analog
Connector 15 pin D-sub
DVI-D
Composite
S-video
Component
SCART
HDMI
PC Audio In
Headphone out
SRS
Dolby surround sound
Power supply 100 ¬ 240V (56 ¬ 75 Hz)
Dimensions (net) W455 x D193 x H363mm
Weight (net) 3.82kg
VESA (75 x 75)
Tilt stand
Power consumption (typical) 33W normal / 1W standby / 1W power mode off
DDC 2B
OSD control
TCO '03
UL
CUL
TUV-type
SEMKO
FCC-B
CE
EPA energy star

Sorry I don't know how to upload a photo, Any help appreciated!
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#1
Great TV and good price but if you're lucky you can pick one up from Richer sounds - There's a few available at £120

http://www.richersounds.com/product/lcd-tv/lg/m197wd/lg-m197wd
#2
These are HD ready.. not full HD?

I always though full hd was classed as 1080p?
#3
I always though full hd was classed as 1080p?

Yes, quite right. This is not full HD.

Megamart.
#4
Full HD starts at 1920 x 1080
anything less isn't full HD
#5
its hd-ready rather than full hd

... but anyway [COLOR="Red"]on a 19in screen full-hd would be completely pointless[/COLOR] (the picture would be too dim with the pixel size being so small).

there is simply no advantage on having full-hd on anything less than 32in tv's unless your using it as a computer screen too, or for some other reason are sitting within a few inches of the screen.

on smaller screen sizes the brighness and contrast ratios are the things to look for rather than full-hd resolution

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