SAMSUNG UE22C4000 22" HD Ready LED Backlight LCD TV 198.50 dixons - HotUKDeals
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The black Samsung UE22C4000 22" HD Ready LED TV packs all the potential for great home entertainment in a slim package.

The Samsung UE22C4000 is an extra-thin television. With a depth of less than 3 centimetres, finding a spot for it won't be an issue.

Once installed, get ready for a surprising image quality! LED-backlighting makes the Samsung UE22C4000 brighter than a conventional screen, and brings an improved rendition of contrast and detail.

An HDMI input lets you plug in a DVD or Blu-ray player, a game console or another HD-compliant device. SCART, component and composite connectors are also here to accommodate older equipment. Last but not least, a convenient USB port makes it possible to play content stored on an external storage device.

Your favourite TV programs will benefit from that crisp high resolution as well. The Samsung UE22C4000 LED TV comes with a built-in Freeview tuner, which means a score of new channels also become available, free of charge.

If small but potent is what you are after, you should consider the Samsung UE22C4000 22" HD Ready LED TV.
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Prefer the Sony deal with the built in ps2.
Prefer the Sony deal with the built in ps2.

please tell me more??
Just what I need for the kitchen wall, not only is it slim (needs to be given the position), but it matches the panel in the living room.

Ideally I want a 1080p panel to minimise any issues with the HDMI matrix now and in the future. Also can then use this as monitor in the future if needed (often short of monitors :D).

Decisions, decisions. Can anyone that owns it confirms it accepts 1080p/1080i (i.e BD/Sky) witthout any issues?
I think 22" tv's that are tn film should be around £100 just my view.
32" deals tend to hover around £230.
:{Cold for me.....Out of stock on Dixons website
:{Cold for me.....Out of stock on Dixons website

sill showing instock for me m8 ?
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Prefer the Sony deal with the built in ps2.

please tell me more??

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