Found this today at Sainsburys at Walthamstow Avenue, London - there were more on the pallet. I expect it is available in other large Sainsburys shops. It doesn't seem to be available online. The notice said it was reduced from £249 but a quick search of the internet shows it is £299 on Amazon and more elsewhere at retailers I would trust. Now that TVs seem to be going up in price because of the exchange rate this seems to be a bargain.
I have set this up and it was very simple and painless. I'm very pleased with it. I'm sure the geeks will find this TV lacks this and that super duper bell and whistle but I am very impressed for the price and it certainly suits my needs...the only annoying thing is that it doesn't have a full on/off switch. It is certainly big enough for me in a large Victorian room and doesn't look tacky like the monster TV beloved by some. It remains on standby unless it is switched off at the socket but fortunately that is not a problem for me because I have recently had my house rewired and have lots of sockets that are at a sensible height.
Description/Details: LCD TV / Diagonal Screen Size (cm): 66 cm / Diagonal Screen Size (inches): 26 inch / Screen Ratio: 16:9 / Resolution: 1,366 x 768 Pixels / Contrast Ratio (typical): 800:1 / Brightness: 500 cd/m² / HD-Ready / Digital Tuner: DVB-T / Connection Ports: AV Input, HDMI x2, SCART x2, S-Video, Component Input, PC Input, RGB, RS-232C / Power Consumption (in use): 130 Watt / Power Consumption (standby): 1.0 Watt / Dimensions: 677 x 531 x 221 mm / Weight: 9.6 kg /
Sorry I don't know how to include an image, but it looks like any other modern TV - a thin black box!