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electriQ 32" HD Ready LED Android Smart TV £137.99 Laptops Direct
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electriQ 32" HD Ready LED Android Smart TV £137.99 Laptops Direct

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Posted 8th Dec 2019Edited by:"Charger1969"

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Been looking for a 32" Android TV for the bedroom to replace our old 22" one but has to be Android and this popped up, not much choice for Android with 32" flavour so thought this wasn't a bad deal?

Great as you can download apps from the Playstore like Kodi ;-)

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anyone know if you can install NOWTV on this?
Drury08/12/2019 21:07

anyone know if you can install NOWTV on this?


Don't see why not as Now TV requires Android 4 and up this I think is Android 7.
I'm not a fan of HD ready TVs
Go for full HD
Edited by: "scoobiedoo" 8th Dec 2019
Will sky go app work on this?
buggzy08/12/2019 21:57

Will sky go app work on this?


I just looked on the app store and it lists all my devices tablets and phones as compatible but my Nexbox Android Box is listed as incompatible, not sure if this TV will be the same.

Although you could cast it to the TV.
Edited by: "Charger1969" 8th Dec 2019
HD Ready, for those who wish it was still 1999.
I've got a 27" HD ready TV and the picture isn't bad at all - not sure about it on 32" though. But a cracking price for a smart TV.
Going_Digital08/12/2019 22:55

HD Ready, for those who wish it was still 1999.


If you look around you will find most 32" TV's are not 1080 and the ones that are don't have Android so you could buy Samsung but then are limited to Samsung hub thing, I want a flexible TV that can do everything and I don't think for a bedroom TV full HD is really necessary.
I bought a 43" of this brand from them awhile back and wish I paid the small extra for a known brand, the colours are horrible, murky yellows and too vivid greens and reds no matter what picture mode chosen, it never looks right even setting the picture manually. Cheap, but cheap for a reason IMHO
KnownAsCJ08/12/2019 23:37

I bought a 43" of this brand from them awhile back and wish I paid the …I bought a 43" of this brand from them awhile back and wish I paid the small extra for a known brand, the colours are horrible, murky yellows and too vivid greens and reds no matter what picture mode chosen, it never looks right even setting the picture manually. Cheap, but cheap for a reason IMHO


Odd that, 2 of my friends have bought the 35" curved monitors of this brand and they are enjoying them.
I've got the 55" 4K eletriQ TV. Bought last year, I would never buy another eletriQ TV. So slow, loses connection to internet and the picture isnt very good. I'd stay away bill.
Gabbsi09/12/2019 08:31

I've got the 55" 4K eletriQ TV. Bought last year, I would never buy …I've got the 55" 4K eletriQ TV. Bought last year, I would never buy another eletriQ TV. So slow, loses connection to internet and the picture isnt very good. I'd stay away bill.


I'm guessing yours is the DP model, they have new ones out now.
Going_Digital08/12/2019 22:55

HD Ready, for those who wish it was still 1999.


Ah if only.... back in that glorious pre Y2K decade we enjoyed up to 32" CRTs that weighed about 50KG and gave a glorious PAL SD resolution of 720 x 576i .. but wait, 43" Plasma screens were just appearing for a mere £4000 and gave an even more glorious NTSC SD resolution of a massive 640x480i. Marvelous we all rushed out to buy them in readiness for the 2000's

When HD ready 32" LCDs appeared 10 years later for just £500 we were over the moon,

20 years later a 32" HD ready is £137 and still is good enough for the bedroom and cheaper than what many spend on a night out.

I forget what the question was now but isn't technology great?!
Edited by: "spannerzone" 9th Dec 2019
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