32'' iViewer Full HD LCD TV 50% Off £249 @ M&S
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32'' iViewer Full HD LCD TV 50% Off £249 @ M&S

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Found 3rd Dec 2010
I have been looking for a cheap 32" and I thought that this was a good deal!
Discount is applied at checkout (50 %)

Full HD 1080p resolution - the highest possible picture resolution currently available
Watch programmes available to stream on BBC iPlayer
Search for and watch clips on YouTube
View pre-loaded channels such as Disney Movies Preview and Jamie's Ministry of Food
Watch traditional channels with the integrated Freeview™ tuner
Easy-to-use interface menu, fast channel search and seven day programme guide
Digital photoframe functionality, allowing instant access to any pictures stored on a home computer connected by wireless
2x HDMI sockets for high definition devices such as a Blu-ray™ player
USB port for watching video and images saved to a USB device
Minimum internet speed 2Mb/s
Table stand and remote control
In accordance with legal requirements, the recipient's name and address will be forwarded to TV Licensing once the order has been despatched
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Composition: 100% other fibres

15 Comments

not much info and not very good reviews

what a shame it seemed like a bargain for 32 inch full hd!

Get this instead. £250 after quidco which lots of people have had track successfully. Trusted brand, integrated media player to play files from USB etc.

yes samsung full hd much better and a bargain price!!!!!!!!

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LOUGHBORO GUY

yes samsung full hd much better and a bargain price!!!!!!!!



Samsung? Unheard of make, you should get a Sony.

Must admit I'm tempted to replace my CRT with this - most of what I watch is iplayer and DVDs and I'd like iplayer on a bigger screen than my laptop (which refuses to give a decent picture when connected to my CRT).

Are reviews really bad? Any better solution to get iplayer on a TV on a budget?

Anarchist

Samsung? Unheard of make, you should get a Sony.



some sony tvs use samsung panels, some use panels from the joint venture with lg.

Just returned back from M+S - looks a good picture connected via Scart to a DVD. Although its not top notch it has internet TV (ie iPlayer) which can connect via ethernet or USB wifi dongle (sold separately).

I've got the 26" version of this - had been looking for a 26" for the bedroom anyway and thought £199 was a decent price for new with 5 years guarantee. SD picture is okay, HD picture via Bluray is great, the menus etc are garish and cheap-looking, but the set itself is nice to look at as it's unbranded and clean-looking. The big downside with this set is that the internet functionality - which is basically used as the main selling point of the telly - is utter crap; Youtube doesn't function, Iplayer does but is a nightmare to navigate around and just totally frustrating. I'm very happy with it as a 'bedroom telly', but would be mightily peeved if I'd bought it as a 'gadget' to play with, 'cos in that respect it's just totally naff.

itsisnot

not much info and not very good reviews



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Nobull

Get this instead. £250 after quidco which lots of people have had track … Get this instead. £250 after quidco which lots of people have had track successfully. Trusted brand, integrated media player to play files from USB etc.


Can't get it for that price any more Nobull as it's now not available for home delivery, therefore no cashback. Instore purchase only.

andisitadeal

Must admit I'm tempted to replace my CRT with this - most of what I watch … Must admit I'm tempted to replace my CRT with this - most of what I watch is iplayer and DVDs and I'd like iplayer on a bigger screen than my laptop (which refuses to give a decent picture when connected to my CRT).Are reviews really bad? Any better solution to get iplayer on a TV on a budget?



We watch iplayer via the channel on the wii if you have one and also youtube via the internet channel on the wii.

Why do people get suckered in to believing quoted discount values.... if anyone actually thinks this tv is worth £500 in the first place they are seriously deluded. £250 would be more realistic starting price and any discount should make it less.

There have been countless branded 32 inch and bigger for much less than £500, hence my point, and many around the £300 braket,

voted cold because it should be a lot cheaper to compensate for being rubbish. sorry.

i brought this after seeing it posted on here in nov.OMG what a mistake its been a nightmare
we ordered in nov recived it new years eve only to find it didnt work we rang m&s to be told 'oh ya all the iplayer tv's dont work we sent a signal which as stopped them from working'after xxx amount of calls which cost over £20 the tv as only just been collected(feb)the driver wasnt surpsired to see another another m&s iplayer tv
so beware!
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