LG 32LE4500 32" 1080p Full HD LED TV - £349.99 at Amazon - HotUKDeals
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This is either a misprice or a very good deal! The closest price for this LED TV from a legit shop is around £400. No other 32" 1080p LED TVs for close to this price either.

Great specification and it includes Internet TV, DLNA for home network streaming and lots of HDMI ports. Only thing it doesn't have is freeview HD but no other LED TV around this price does.

Main Features:

* 32-inch HD 1080p LED TV with 4 x HDMI
* Built-in Freeview--over 40 TV & radio channels
* Store your favourite pictures and audio quickly via the USB port
* View YouTube content via built-in LG Netcast
* Connect your games console, home cinema, blu-ray player or satellite box via HDMI
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#1
Decent price for an LED TV.
#2
doubt its a misprice but with Amazon the price could go back up any second :p

great tv for that price hot from me :)
#3
Has this got wifi ?
#4
Any good for xbox? Whats the input lag on this?
#5
No misprice to me, just a sign that the LED 1080p sets are finally starting to come down in price a little! Looks really awesome, my next upgrade will be to something like this.
1 Like #6
Looks good.

"If you're the lucky owner of an LG TV with web connected NetCast features, you'll soon be getting a free software update that will add nine new apps to your television.

BBC iPlayer, Acetrax, Google Maps, Facebook, Twitter and Vtuner apps are among the new additions, which will intall themselves the next time you enter the NetCast portal.

Stephen Gater, head of marketing home entertainment at LG UK said: "People want to be entertained and the role of the traditional TV is changing. We're committed to offering our customers a fully connected home and these new applications will further enhance our current offering".

"Having catch-up TV, movies, and social networking on demand will mean that people's TVs are truly the hub of the living room. Services like Facebook, BBC iPlayer and Acetrax mean that people can now enjoy what they want, whenever they like"."
#7
You have to dig to find that it is an edge LED TV, not 'full LED'. Don't like that sort of information being in the small print.
#8
non freeviewHD tv`s like this one aint wanted as much now hence why prices are droping
#9
blackrat62
You have to dig to find that it is an edge LED TV, not 'full LED'. Don't like that sort of information being in the small print.


Fully agree Blackrat. This is an LCD TV with edge led backlighting NOT an LED TV. To the best of my knowledge no LED TV's exist yet (but coming soon).
#10
Krosus
blackrat62
You have to dig to find that it is an edge LED TV, not 'full LED'. Don't like that sort of information being in the small print.
Fully agree Blackrat. This is an LCD TV with edge led backlighting NOT an LED TV. To the best of my knowledge no LED TV's exist yet (but coming soon).

LED TV's (by that, you mean OLED TV's), have been around quite a while.
They're just a little..... expensive, and small... -
http://www.cheapelectricals.co.uk/acatalog/LG_15EL9500_15__OLED_TV_Ultra_Slim_HD_Ready_720p_100Hz_1_x_HDMI_-_Black.html
#11
Just bought 2! great looking super slim LED really sexy and only 65watts power consumption its gonna be really cheap to run less than 1/4 of current tv consumption, will pay for its self @ only £350 thanks for post
#12
As an alternative; get this Samsung @ Dixons for £360 with 3% Quidco making it effectively £349.20.

Just noticed on Dixons website;

Delivery available - In stock within 28 days

Edited By: Riaow on Dec 01, 2010 23:13: Delivery update
#13
Which is better, the LG or the Samsung?

Going to be mainly used for gaming

Cheers :)
#14
goemon
Just bought 2! great looking super slim LED really sexy and only 65watts power consumption its gonna be really cheap to run less than 1/4 of current tv consumption, will pay for its self @ only £350 thanks for post


so you're saving 195 watts? that will recoup your £350 purchase price in approx two years if you left the TV on 24x7.

er, yeah.
#15
Just ordered the LG to replace my 20 yr old Sony CRT. Voted hot.
#16
Speculator
Just ordered the LG to replace my 20 yr old Sony CRT. Voted hot.
Should have kept the Sony CRT :p , I love those TV's. I SO missed the speakers when a went from a Sony Trinitron to an LCD.
1 Like #17
jukkie
Krosus
blackrat62
You have to dig to find that it is an edge LED TV, not 'full LED'. Don't like that sort of information being in the small print.
Fully agree Blackrat. This is an LCD TV with edge led backlighting NOT an LED TV. To the best of my knowledge no LED TV's exist yet (but coming soon).


LED TV's (by that, you mean OLED TV's), have been around quite a while.
They're just a little..... expensive, and small... -
[url=%0Ahttp://www.cheapelectricals.co.uk/acatalog/LG_15EL9500_15__OLED_TV_Ultra_Slim_HD_Ready_720p_100Hz_1_x_HDMI_-_Black.html]
http://www.cheapelectricals.co.uk/acatalog/LG_15EL9500_15__OLED_TV_Ultra_Slim_HD_Ready_720p_100Hz_1_x_HDMI_-_Black.html[/url]


Not OLED but LED. There are some questions over the longevity of Organic LED displays but a company called QD Vision is working with LG to produce an LED (in the traditional sense) TV.

Have a look here for more info. Should be much cheaper than OLED and I particularly like the bit about flexible displays.
#18
Krosus
jukkie
Krosus
blackrat62
You have to dig to find that it is an edge LED TV, not 'full LED'. Don't like that sort of information being in the small print.
Fully agree Blackrat. This is an LCD TV with edge led backlighting NOT an LED TV. To the best of my knowledge no LED TV's exist yet (but coming soon).
LED TV's (by that, you mean OLED TV's), have been around quite a while.They're just a little..... expensive, and small... -http://www.cheapelectricals.co.uk/acatalog/LG_15EL9500_15__OLED_TV_Ultra_Slim_HD_Ready_720p_100Hz_1_x_HDMI_-_Black.html
Not OLED but LED. There are some questions over the longevity of Organic LED displays but a company called QD Vision is working with LG to produce an LED (in the traditional sense) TV.Have a look here for more info. Should be much cheaper than OLED and I particularly like the bit about flexible displays.
That's a pretty interesting read (so had to hit the 'Like' button :-P ), hopefully the big boys will put all their R&D into QLED's, and skip OLED altogether.

Edited By: jukkie on Dec 02, 2010 17:44
#19
does this have netcast? It is advertised on Amazon but not on the lg website as having it. No word of an ethernet port
#20
Krosus
jukkie
Krosus
blackrat62
You have to dig to find that it is an edge LED TV, not 'full LED'. Don't like that sort of information being in the small print.
Fully agree Blackrat. This is an LCD TV with edge led backlighting NOT an LED TV. To the best of my knowledge no LED TV's exist yet (but coming soon).
LED TV's (by that, you mean OLED TV's), have been around quite a while.They're just a little..... expensive, and small... -[url=%0Ahttp://www.cheapelectricals.co.uk/acatalog/LG_15EL9500_15__OLED_TV_Ultra_Slim_HD_Ready_720p_100Hz_1_x_HDMI_-_Black.html][/url]http://www.cheapelectricals.co.uk/acatalog/LG_15EL9500_15__OLED_TV_Ultra_Slim_HD_Ready_720p_100Hz_1_x_HDMI_-_Black.html
Not OLED but LED. There are some questions over the longevity of Organic LED displays but a company called QD Vision is working with LG to produce an LED (in the traditional sense) TV.Have a look here for more info. Should be much cheaper than OLED and I particularly like the bit about flexible displays.

OLED is still a type of LED. Considering you're complaining about LG's usage of the term LED souldn't you be more accurate yourself?
#21
I've just bought one, and am disappointed at the Lax (dishonest?) advertising.
NO, does not have advertised Netcast
NO, does not have the advertised "Wireless AV Link" but apparently I can have this connectivity by purchasing an external "LG Wireless Media Box" for an additional £268 (more than two thirds of the cost of the TV itself !!!)

The CI slot is a bare PCMIA connector, I can't just slip my payTV smartcard in - have to buy a conditional access module first, another £30 to £50 (I think this should have been made clearer)

On dark images there is very poor contrast towards the corners of the screen, as these areas are much brighter than the rest of the screen - seems like a bleed through of the led backlight system?

I think this TV may be going back to supplier...
#22
vicric
I've just bought one, and am disappointed at the Lax (dishonest?) advertising.
NO, does not have advertised Netcast
NO, does not have the advertised "Wireless AV Link" but apparently I can have this connectivity by purchasing an external "LG Wireless Media Box" for an additional £268 (more than two thirds of the cost of the TV itself !!!)

The CI slot is a bare PCMIA connector, I can't just slip my payTV smartcard in - have to buy a conditional access module first, another £30 to £50 (I think this should have been made clearer)

On dark images there is very poor contrast towards the corners of the screen, as these areas are much brighter than the rest of the screen - seems like a bleed through of the led backlight system?

I think this TV may be going back to supplier...


Considering this review of yours, why not go for the Sharp LED for 325 with 5 Years Warranty? just had mine delivered yesterday, still in the box though. My Second Sharp Tv, first one will be 4 years old in couple of months...I ll take sharp anytime over the LG, even weighs less with the stand on.......

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