Panasonic VIERA TXL37G20B 37" 100hz Full HD and Freesat HD £398.97 @ PC World - HotUKDeals
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Grab it quick!!! Over £100 cheaper than anywhere else.

Treat your eyes to the level of home entertainment they deserve by insisting on the feature-laden Panasonic VIERA TXL37G20B 37" Full HD LCD TV!

With a 100,000:1 contrast ratio, the Panasonic VIERA TXL37G20B will provide outstanding picture quality. This is complemented by Panasonic's Intelligent Frame Creation Pro technology, which heightens the Panasonic VIERA TXL37G20B's frame rate. More frames per second means more detail and a cleaner rendition of fast-paced sequences. Whether for movies or sports programmes, sharp and detailed is what you'll get!

The Panasonic VIERA TXL37G20B comes with built-in Freeview HD and Freesat HD tuners. The latter requires a satellite dish, but the former does not and is an easy access to a slew of channels, in glorious High Definition and totally free of charge!

To connect storage devices, ustilise the Panasonic VIERA TXL37G20B's two USB ports. Picture that: a friend can show up with a USB key and let you have a look at the videos they shot on their holiday. Not to mention the 4 HDMI ports, which give ample room to connect multiple devices all at once.

But the Panasonic VIERA TXL37G20B has plenty more other strings to its bow. An Ethernet port and gives you the opportunity to make use of DLNA technology to build an actual multimedia network in your home. You could play on your TV digital content stored somewhere on a computer or a hard drive.

Prepare to be sucked into a jaw-dropping High Definition home viewing experience with the high-end Panasonic VIERA TXL37G20B 37" Full HD LCD TV!
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#2
Superb tv, I wish I needed one, but I just don't. HOT!
#3
New Range most likely next month which is why its most likely on offer (going by amazon)

"Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 14 April 2010"

Hot Still !

Edited By: Gunner4Life on Mar 04, 2011 20:35: d
#4
Im hoping amazon may price match, but i am unsure they will :(
#5
Also seems it may have usb recording ..... ? Can anyone confirm this ? Thanks
#6
These G20 models are now discontinued. Expect them to drop further in price soon.
#7
If you click on the link and go to product details and go down to functions, it says usb record
#8
pc_tech86
These G20 models are now discontinued. Expect them to drop further in price soon.


Yep i thought that due to when it was 1st listed on amazon.As posted above. Considering i need a 37" as the 40" seem to have S-PVA panels which have horrible ghosting,ISP or A-MVA i need and i don't want to pay £432 for the 37" c580 when i paid £388 for the 40 which i sent back.That is why its hot from me as i need to avoid S-PVA and need a tv asap. I am still hoping amazon price match otherwise i may end up waiting for new samsung range myself.

I will only get it if amazon lower,as amazon has a really good return policy unlike the likes of other big companys.(i tried to return a tv 5 months ago 1 day after recieving as it was too big and dixons wouldn't let me as it wasn't faulty and id turned it on. Unlike amazon when at most all i would have to do is pay return shipping costs or better yet nothing.John lewis are good to i heard.)

Edited By: Gunner4Life on Mar 04, 2011 21:48
#9
Going to have to take the heat out of this one. Got all excited that I found a TV with the specs at a price point that was good, then hit by none in your location when I try to order.Shame on you PCworld.
Whats all this about -
Sorry! This item is not available for immediate delivery in your area

* PANASONIC TXL37G20B
Remove this item or Change delivery address


I never asked for imediate delivery - some time next week would have been fine.
But no the only option is to remove the product I want - I'll never get this tine back!!!
1 Like #10
Gunner4Life
pc_tech86
These G20 models are now discontinued. Expect them to drop further in price soon.


Yep i thought that due to when it was 1st listed on amazon.As posted above. Considering i need a 37" as the 40" seem to have S-PVA panels which have horrible ghosting,ISP or A-MVA i need and i don't want to pay £432 for the 37" c580 when i paid £388 for the 40 which i sent back.That is why its hot from me as i need to avoid S-PVA and need a tv asap. I am still hoping amazon price match otherwise i may end up waiting for new samsung range myself.

I will only get it if amazon lower,as amazon has a really good return policy unlike the likes of other big companys.(i tried to return a tv 5 months ago 1 day after recieving as it was too big and dixons wouldn't let me as it wasn't faulty and id turned it on. Unlike amazon when at most all i would have to do is pay return shipping costs or better yet nothing.John lewis are good to i heard.)


Amazon is the best online retailer! Excellent returns, excellent customer service, excellent service overall. You can't beat Amazon.
#11
Going to have to take the heat out of this one. Got all excited that I found a TV with the specs at a price point that was good, then hit by none in your location when I try to order.Shame on you PCworld.
Whats all this about -
Sorry! This item is not available for immediate delivery in your area

* PANASONIC TXL37G20B
Remove this item or Change delivery address


I never asked for imediate delivery - some time next week would have been fine.
But no the only option is to remove the product I want - I'll never get this tine back!!!


Ditto :(
#12
Hot great tv ;)
#13
Terrific feature set.

What's likely to be better overall in terms of picture quality..this Panasonic or this LG: http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/lg-42pj550-42-hd-ready-plasma-tv-04877762-pdt.html
#14
COLD COLD COLD No one can order, they did this a few weeks ago and again no one could order one!
#15
good price for this.......will have to buy oine for the toilet....lol
#16
j4yesh
good price for this.......will have to buy oine for the toilet....lol


Good luck buying one!
#17
red hot deal awesome
#18
Great price price for a great TV - if you can get one it's hot!

This size was going for £579 at local panasonic dealer with 5 year warranty.... they have now dropped it to £499 but no mentioned of 5 year warranty so can't post as a deal.
#19
"Sorry! This item is not available for immediate delivery in your area
PANASONIC TXL37G20B"

Laughable. I've had nothing but trouble with PC World online, absolutely shocking company. COLD!
#20
Not available in mine either-think it'll prove tricky to get hold of one but good deal if you can!
#21
It's avaliable in my area, but is it worth buying, because people are saying that Amazon could price match. I have already ordered this TV, is it worth cancelling that for this?

http://www.marksandspencer.com/Philips-32PFL5405H-Full-1080p-LCD/dp/B003SSEDMC?awc=1402_1299319089_2acbfffce1783fb289522ff60f1f856d
#22
The message "this item is not available for immediate delivery in your area" is a familiar one.
I tried to get a tv from Dixons a few weeks ago and got the same identical message.
I had to get an account with them before I got as far as this message.

They are a despicable bunch of rogues imho.
#23
joshjw
It's avaliable in my area, but is it worth buying, because people are saying that Amazon could price match. I have already ordered this TV, is it worth cancelling that for this?

[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.marksandspencer.com%2FPhilips-32PFL5405H-Full-1080p-LCD%2Fdp%2FB003SSEDMC%3Fawc%3D1402_1299319089_2acbfffce1783fb289522ff60f1f856d] http://www.marksandspencer.com/Philips-32PFL5405H-Full-1080p-LCD/dp/B003SSEDMC?awc=1402_1299319089_2acbfffce1783fb289522ff60f1f856d[/url]


I would go with the panasonic due to the Freeview HD and Free Sat HD that philips looks like it just has freeview
#24
Spoken to Customer services, its online only and no stock available. Was hoping to get a price match from Comet as I've got some vouchers to get rid of ;(
#25
Steve-O 2008
joshjw
It's avaliable in my area, but is it worth buying, because people are saying that Amazon could price match. I have already ordered this TV, is it worth cancelling that for this?

[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.marksandspencer.com%2FPhilips-32PFL5405H-Full-1080p-LCD%2Fdp%2FB003SSEDMC%3Fawc%3D1402_1299319089_2acbfffce1783fb289522ff60f1f856d][/url][url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.marksandspencer.com%2FPhilips-32PFL5405H-Full-1080p-LCD%2Fdp%2FB003SSEDMC%3Fawc%3D1402_1299319089_2acbfffce1783fb289522ff60f1f856d] http://www.marksandspencer.com/Philips-32PFL5405H-Full-1080p-LCD/dp/B003SSEDMC?awc=1402_1299319089_2acbfffce1783fb289522ff60f1f856d[/url]


I would go with the panasonic due to the Freeview HD and Free Sat HD that philips looks like it just has freeview


Yeah but is the extra £100 worth it, considering that the Philips does come with 5 year warranty.
#26
Yeah can record to USB and play media of USB also streams and has IP TV (although last time I checked no iplayer or the likes) Great TV though paid £700 for this last year!
4 Likes #27
The issue of customer service and after sales ought to be serious consideration when judging whether something is a hot deal. If you're going to get nothing but trouble at the point of purchasing or if you find yourself having to return an item then this tends to nullify the fact that you might have saved a few quid.

Certain chains have notoriously bad reputations for customer service and after sales so if an item (particularly a high value item like a TV) is just a few pounds more from a company that generally (and there will always be exceptions to the rule) has a proven good reputation then pay the few pounds more.

I worked for the CAB many years ago and an adviser from Trading Standards who used to come in once a week to provide free consumer advice sessions always said buy from John lewis and never from Currys/Dixons/PC World.

WHICH? has carried out recent surveys of the best online and high street retailers and for electrical items John lewis, Richer Sounds Apple, and independent stores came out as best hight street retailers with the likes of comet, currys, pc world lagging far behind.

For online stores that sell electrical goods, John lewis, Amazon ,Richer Sounds, 7 day shop and Hughes Direct were all table toppers with comet, pixmania and currys being low scorers.
#28
Set up an account only to find "not available for delivery in your area"
Thats Nottinghamshire.
This should be removed from their website, or they should give available postcodes.

Edited By: RichoRocks on Mar 05, 2011 11:05
#29
Was all excited thinking it was the G20 Plasma but it is just an LCD, oh well have to keep looking I suppose.
#30
Don't Panasonic cover most of the screen in adverts on their EPG, leaving just a small portion of the screen for the guide? I found that to be unacceptable, so purchased another brand.
#31
Not available in the Coventry area either. Shame, as I was tempted.
#32
I got one for £515 - with 5 year guarantee
1 Like #33
Another deal from pcworld with non in stock.. I wish they would tell you before youu sign up a account...

At least they can send me crap email now...
#34
hmm nice little upgrade that from my 720p panny
#35
Going_Digital
Was all excited thinking it was the G20 Plasma but it is just an LCD, oh well have to keep looking I suppose.

Ditto!

Plasma any day over LCD............no matter what the price!
#36
And guess what?

Not available here either, anyway..the usual vapourware...
#37
Faythur
Ditto!

Plasma any day over LCD............no matter what the price!


Yeah horizontal line bleed, image retention, off whites and phosphor trailing. Who would want an LCD?
#38
just been to get 1 and no stock anywhere, good luck finding one as he said no stock in curry/pc in the uk (yeah right), stopped selling them over a month ago
#39
mcfly666
Faythur
Ditto!

Plasma any day over LCD............no matter what the price!


Yeah horizontal line bleed, image retention, off whites and phosphor trailing. Who would want an LCD?


Me ! Burn in and picture noise are more of a problem as they are more noticable to someone who knows nothing. Plasma doesn't suit my needs for monitor use followed by gaming. I have tried a plasma before you ask (pk590) I tried to get this tv but same message.I was more hoping it would work so amazon would price match. Both have + and - and the new 30 range panasonic plasmas are ment to be good.
#40
great price!! time to change my old acoustic solutions 37" in my bedroom methinks!!!

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