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Bush  dled32287hdcntdfvp 32" Smart TV HD Ready, Freeview HD £149.99 @ Argos
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Bush dled32287hdcntdfvp 32" Smart TV HD Ready, Freeview HD £149.99 @ Argos

£149.99Argos Deals
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Posted 20th Jan
Excellent reviews 4.7* out of 5* from 2206 reviews!

Built for entertainment, this 32 inch Smart TV from Bush is perfect for your family home. Jam-packed with 24/7 online entertainment, view Hollywood blockbusters with Netflix, watch the latest trending videos on YouTube and update your Facebook or Twitter. With Freeview Play you'll have subscription free access to all the latest TV, plus seven days catch-up from BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, Demand 5 and UK TV. And don't forget that for a completely fuss-free set up, WiFi is built-in.

With two HDMI ports you can connect up your games consoles, Blu-ray Player or a soundbar, whilst the USB port lets you playback any downloaded content with a USB.


Yes it is 720p but from what I can gather from comments on other posts it makes no difference on 32" TV's anyway, even so it is the cheapest smart TV that I have spotted not on ebay.
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Surprised they still make these
"Yes it is 720p but from what I can gather from comments on other posts it makes no difference on 32" TV's anyway, even so it is the cheapest smart TV that I have spotted not on ebay."


Nah mate, it makes a difference. As long as you don't plan on plugging a PC, Bluray etc into it and generally are just someone who watches the soaps and news, it's fine, but you most certainly can tell the difference between 720 and 1080 on 32".
Edited by: "MadeInBeats" 20th Jan
extonjoe4 m ago

Surprised they still make these


Me too, TV's are so yesterday
Bought this yesterday for that price for my girls bedroom, looks great. As said above, I wouldn't say it'd be the best graphics for gaming etc. But they are happy with YouTube and Netflix, for the price I can't complain
No HD, no 4K, etc, old model, etc. I am glad they still do these, people who want a 32 inch they usually want it for a spare bedroom, guests room, kids rooms and the TV is not used that often. So, what is the point to go with high specifications? I will certainly not spend more than £200 for a TV I don't use often. However, not voting, as there were plenty other TVs with better specs or better brand for this price or up to £25 more.
I might argue that you can see the different between 720 and 1080 on a 32inch, but you can't argue with the price. Nice find
HD ready, 720p hot . This must be year 2000 or before. Help Argos to clear their junk.
sam_of_london36 m ago

HD ready, 720p hot . This must be year 2000 or before. Help Argos to clear …HD ready, 720p hot . This must be year 2000 or before. Help Argos to clear their junk.


Hahaha!
These TV's should be £100 by now, but this is best deal at moment.
I read the title as "Bush died".
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