LG Electronics LG 42LE4500 42" Full HD LED TV £449.98 + £12 delivery @ DABS - HotUKDeals
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£499 in Currys and on Amazon.

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Full HD 1080p
LG Full HD 1080p provides 1920 x 1080p picture resolution delivering incredible picture clarity and vibrant colours. You'll see up to 5 times the picture clarity and detail in comparison to standard definition and double the detail compared to HD Ready 720p. 1080p television is the only way to fully experience the true potential of high definition gaming and blu-ray which takes you even closer to the action.

DLNA
Access music, photos & videos from a PC, laptop, mobile phone & other DLNA devices.

Freeview
All LG TVs come with built-in Digital Freeview making sure you're ready for the digital switch-over. With LG TVs you'll have access to over 40 Freeview TV and radio channels, 8 day on-screen guide and access to digital interactive services.

4 HDMI INPUTS
Connect your games console, home cinema, blu-ray player or satellite box through the 4 H-D-M-I ports for a true High Definition multimedia experience.

LG Netcast
LG Netcast is a number of web related services which includes YouTube, Picasa and AccuWeather.

LED
LG LED TVs produce a sharper, more detailed picture with a superior contrast as well as an ultra slim design compared to LCD TVs. LED TVs have tiny lights either around the edge of the TV (known as Edge LED) or directly behind the TV (known as Full LED). This model has LED lights around the edge of the TV frame giving you an ultra slim TV that is perfect for wall mounting. LG LED TVs are also more energy efficient so you will save 40% of power consumption compared to LCD TVs saving you up to £100 per year.

USB 2.0
Upload and store your favourite pictures and audio quickly and easily using the built-in USB port.
Highlights of the LG Electronics LG 42LE4500 42" Full HD LED TV

* Full HD 1080p
* LG Netcast
* DLNA
* LED
* Freeview
* USB 2.0
* 4 HDMI inputs
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#1
braought this from amazon for 488 n is pretty happy with it...great picutre quality.. wonder if amazon will do price match n refund me some cash...lol Fingers crossed...
#2
im gona buy LED soon, is by far best way to go,plasma and lcd have had their days imo
#3
welsh_andy
im gona buy LED soon, is by far best way to go,plasma and lcd have had their days imo


LED TVs do not yet exist in the mainstream commercial market. I think the only (O)LED screen commercially available, is about 15" in size and costs around £4.5k.

What we are seeing now is LCD panels, which have LED backlighting, as opposed to CFL (which is what previous gen LCD panels used).

Indeed, once OLED screens are released, they will walk all over plasma and LCD screens, but until then, LCD and plasma screens are the only viable options consumers have.

I believe we shall have to put up with LCD/Plasma tech for the next 5 years or so, after which OLED will become commercially viable (ie. with regards to price and availability).

Edited By: sunama on Dec 25, 2010 16:57
#4
sunama
[quote=welsh_andy] im gona buy LED soon, is by far best way to go,plasma and lcd have had their days imo


LED TVs do not yet exist in the mainstream commercial market. I think the only (O)LED screen commercially available, is about 15" in size and costs around £4.5k.

What we are seeing now is LCD panels, which have LED backlighting, as opposed to CFL (which is what previous gen LCD panels used).

Maybe some people will read this and learn and not keep doubting the current technologies.
you goto currys and ask them is plasma and lcd is dead....lol
Indeed, once OLED screens are released, they will walk all over plasma and LCD screens, but until then, LCD and plasma screens are the only viable options consumers have.



Edited By: wewontgetfooleda on Dec 25, 2010 17:06
#5
If only 100hz
#6
mohan731
If only 100hz


yep 100hz + freeview HD or Freesat HD
#7
I believe we shall have to put up with LCD/Plasma tech for the next 5 years or so, after which OLED will become commercially viable (ie. with regards to price and availability).


Indeed but I think the real reason we'll have to wait five years is because it's in the interests of the manufacturers to keep selling old technology.

It wouldn't surprise me if the manufacturers of LCD/Plasma displays were colluding with each other over this.

Edited By: sotomonkey on Dec 25, 2010 18:08
#8
Wud u say its worth investing in a tv right now or wait till afta new year for the sales?

Edited By: omer on Dec 25, 2010 18:11
#9
omer
Wud u say its worth investing in a tv right now or wait till afta new year for the sales?
The sales have pretty much already started hence this deal.
Also bear in mind the rise in VAT from 1st Jan.
#10
VAT increase applies from 4th January 2011 onwards.
#11
cheaper at electrical123.com (429.99) but nice tv might treat myself
1 Like #12
HOT!
#13
welsh_andy
im gona buy LED soon, is by far best way to go,plasma and lcd have had their days imo


Yes if you want uneven backlight, poor viewing angles and possible motion blur by all means go down that LED route - they are just dressed up LCD's after all.(_;)
#14
crofter
Yes if you want uneven backlight, poor viewing angles and possible motion blur by all means go down that LED route - they are just dressed up LCD's after all.(_;)
What other choice do you have though - I know plasma are the better option, but for smaller screens (I only want a 32" TV for example) what else is there short of waiting 5 years until proper LED is available?!
#15
backlit, edge lit, or whatever..... LED is so much better than just normal LCD or Plasma. The picture just looks so crisp you really see the improvement.
#16
mac_d

What other choice do you have though - I know plasma are the better option, but for smaller screens (I only want a 32" TV for example) what else is there short of waiting 5 years until proper LED is available?!


True.

If you want the screen size to be under 37", LCD is your only choice.

I have seen some LED backlit and edge lit screens, and I must say that for gaming, they are immensely crisp and clear. Though, IMO (personal taste...so not factual), for movies, LED backlit displays lose the movie-like feel. I find that the LED back lit screens are too crisp and remove the movie-like feel, from movie images.

For gaming, a good LED backlit screens is a no-brainer, though.
banned#17
Proud to see a earth friendly LED TV get some serious heat.
#18
Discontinued
#19
sunama
welsh_andy
im gona buy LED soon, is by far best way to go,plasma and lcd have had their days imo


LED TVs do not yet exist in the mainstream commercial market. I think the only (O)LED screen commercially available, is about 15" in size and costs around £4.5k.



What we are seeing now is LCD panels, which have LED backlighting, as opposed to CFL (which is what previous gen LCD panels used).

Indeed, once OLED screens are released, they will walk all over plasma and LCD screens, but until then, LCD and plasma screens are the only viable options consumers have.

I believe we shall have to put up with LCD/Plasma tech for the next 5 years or so, after which OLED will become commercially viable (ie. with regards to price and availability).


very true - worked for LG at a show couple weaks ago, the OLED was stunning but was a few thousand euros at 15 inches next to the 50 inch 3d terv we were showing off at 2500 euros.. not practical yet..

Edited By: mikecool on Dec 26, 2010 09:58
#20
I bought this tv from Richersounds but it has no lgcast and its only 50hz and no freeview hd,,

how can this be????

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