Toshiba 46XF355DB - 46" Widescreen Pictureframe 1080P Full HD LCD TV - With Freeview - £759.99 Delivered @ PC World - HotUKDeals
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Good price for this, next cheapest is around £50+ more. Use voucher for this price. There's also 2.5% cashback through quidco (£740.99).

These super-slim LCD TV screens will take your breath away. Each model has been moulded from a stunning blend of cutting edge design and state-of-the-art technology to create the ultimate audio-visual sensation. With the world's slimmest LCD bezel (23mm), the collection comprises LCD and Flat Screen screen technologies, offering unrivalled combinations of image quality and sophistication, a wide variety of screen sizes and options including integrated digital tuner or DVD video.

Features
46 inch 1080p HD Ready LCD TV
1920x1080 (True 1080p High Definition) Resolution
500cd/m2 Brightness
10000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
1920x1080 Screen Resolution
Active Vision LCD
Standard TV up-scaling
SRS� WOW� Audio Processing
Integrated Freeview
MPEG Noise Reduction
24FPS Processing
Remote Control
2 x 20W Integrated Onkyo Stereo Speakers

Connections
1 x RF
3 x HDMI
2 x SCART
1 x Component
1 x Composite In
1 x PC/VGA In
Sub Woofer Output
1 x Headphones Connection

Wall Mounting
Wall Mountable:Yes
See Recommended Accessories for suitable brackets

Other
Dimensions (WxHxD) : 1070x713x302mm
Weight :
Warranty : 1 Year Warranty
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#1
do pc world do buy now pay 6 month 1 year later \?????
#2
Next cheapest is not "around £50 more", it's £793 at Amazon (£34). Also £799 at Comet, £799 at Laskys...less than 5% between them, it's only the voucher that makes it any different. And as you've said many times lately, is such a small margin really worth a deal post? :)
#3
BristolDeal
Next cheapest is not "around £50 more", it's £793 at Amazon (£34). Also £799 at Comet, £799 at Laskys...less than 5% between them, it's only the voucher that makes it any different. And as you've said many times lately, is such a small margin really worth a deal post? :)
It's £799.02 delivered at amazon actually BD. So yes, I do consider it a good saving for anyone wanting this tv. And for quidco users, the price drops to just £740.99 so nearly £60 saving
#4
whizzkid;2693613
It's £799.02 delivered at amazon actually BD. So yes, I do consider it a good saving for anyone wanting this tv. And for quidco users, the price drops to just £740.99 so nearly £60 saving


Oh are we doing Quidco? £771 from Comet then - £30 saving. ;-)
#5
BristolDeal
Oh are we doing Quidco? £771 from Comet then - £30 saving. ;-)


what's your problem Bd, what does it matter if it's 'only' £30? That's a lot of money to people buying a tv, especially in this current climate. Seems tro me you're more interested in inviting cold voters and perhaps depriving people of a genuine saving than anything else.
#6
Well by the same token, what does it matter if it's "only" £1 saving on a Fawlty Towers boxset? But you were more than happy to point that out to criticise someone else's deal. I just get confused by your criteria for what constitutes a worthwhile deal sometimes, that's all.
#7
BristolDeal
Well by the same token, what does it matter if it's "only" £1 saving on a Fawlty Towers boxset? But you were more than happy to point that out to criticise someone else's deal. I just get confused by your criteria for what constitutes a worthwhile deal sometimes, that's all.

Not comparable - bit of a difference between only £1 saving on a £12.99 dvd than £30-£60 on a £799 tv. And besides, plenty tv deals are posted - some into the hundreds heat - that are less than £10 between the next highest. Don't see you commenting as such on those threads.
#8
Go Via Quidco then shop.com to the Amazon deal. Shop.com is 7% on Quidco. Takes the deal to sub £750.

Great TV BTW - had mine a month but paid much more.
#9
whizzkid;2693922
Not comparable - bit of a difference between only £1 saving on a £12.99 dvd than £30-£60 on a £799 tv

Of course it's comparable. You said an 8% saving wasn't good enough on the DVD, but you're saying a 4% saving on the TV is. :?
#10
Doid;2693941
Go Via Quidco then shop.com to the Amazon deal. Shop.com is 7% on Quidco. Takes the deal to sub £750.

Great TV BTW - had mine a month but paid much more.


Well there we go - even less of a saving now.
#11
1 year warranty on a £760 TV! I'll pass on that.
#12
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[admin]#13
Bristoldeal & Whizzkid.
Behave!
#14
What annoys me is I paid £1400 for a 42" non 1080P Samsung tv only 2 years ago.

Mind you the picture display is excellent and 1080p is overated anyway......1080i rules!
#15
now now boys stop arguing
#16
Got John Lewis to pricematch one of these from comet a few weeks back. 5 Year warranty!! UK stock was limited but they had some in the midlands and south. Very good TV and gorgeous with the PS3 attached!

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