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Hannspree 28" Full HD 1920x1200** LCD TV/Monitor - 234.99 at Misco
Hannspree 28" Full HD 1920x1200** LCD TV/Monitor - 234.99 at Misco

Hannspree 28" Full HD 1920x1200** LCD TV/Monitor - 234.99 at Misco

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I know I've been on a TV frenzy recently, but this is sure to be a winner.

It's Full HD 1920x1200 rather than other 1080p screens which only have 1080 horizonal lines. It's a little bit too big for my desk but I'm sure it'll be good for others that want a screen this size. Personally I'm after an LED one, but I think you'd be forking out a lot more than this for that spec on this size of screen.

Hannspree SJ281 28" Full HD LCD-TV

If you have a preference for minimalistic styling, a taste for vogue and fashion and you appreciate outstanding technological products, Hannspree's SJ Series 28" LCD TV SJ28DMBB is for you. Styled as a portrait frame to achieve a concept of minimalism, the frontal frame and base of the display is completed with full black mirror finish. Coupled with silver chrome strip affixed to the lower edge to add a futuristic feel to the display, Hannspree has successfully created a LCD TV with a refined, minimalistic, yet elegant exterior. The curved contours of the frame further enhances the diffraction and changes of light to blend the TV perfectly as a component of your interior design.

Delivering 1920 x 1200 Full HD 1080p resolution, high brightness 400 cd/m², comprehensive input/output connectivity with VGA and three HDMI ports, it is time to experience the next generation audio/visual technology with Hannspree's SJ28DMBB.


To achieve a style of simplicity and minimalism, the frame and base of the television are designed in black mirror finish.
The speakers are ingeniously concealed underneath the lower edge of the silver chrome to accentuate the television's modest yet elegant styling.
The curve contours of the black mirror frame radiate an exquisite luster and touch of quality.
The silver chrome strip at the lower edge of the frame shines like a mirror to create a sense of strength and a touch of the future to enrich the depth of design.
The power indicator is built into the lower edge of the television frame; it turns red during standby and green when the display has been turned on.

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Great price! Never heard of the manufacturer, but these days anything 1920x1200 is a plus in my eyes. The other specs don't seem bad eitehr.

I had the older model, good screen but went a bit funny 2 years in. RMA'd it (onsite) and sold it to replace with a dell 3007WFP

Good screen especially for the money. The manufacturer is good but not well known here.

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neomayemer

I had the older model, good screen but went a bit funny 2 years in. RMA'd … I had the older model, good screen but went a bit funny 2 years in. RMA'd it (onsite) and sold it to replace with a dell 3007WFPGood screen especially for the money. The manufacturer is good but not well known here.



I've never owned a hannspree but have seen them on display and they do look top notch. I considered one a while ago from Scan.

I think the big plus is the 1920x1200. It's very rare to find that on screens at this price.

Does it have freeview, cant see it anywhere but just maybe completely missing it!
Edited by: "tammy26" 1st Nov 2010

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tammy26

Does it have freeview, cant see it anywhere but just maybe completely … Does it have freeview, cant see it anywhere but just maybe completely missing it!



While it doesn't 100% confirm it, I think it strongly suggests that it does.

Under extras, it says that you can have a favourite channels list and there's a program guide button on the remote. I guess this would be a bit pointless with just 5 channels

I just asked the live agent on misco and he confirmed it did thank you

This is a beast on power...100W consumption...my 32" Toshiba is 48W...

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Lupeto

This is a beast on power...100W consumption...my 32" Toshiba is … This is a beast on power...100W consumption...my 32" Toshiba is 48W...[url=http://www.hannspree.com/EU/EN/product_detail.aspx?id=55866&c=53877]http://www.hannspree.com/EU/EN/product_detail.aspx?id=55866&c=53877[/url]



Is your 32" Toshiba an LED screen though? They tend to be more efficient.

This 32" Toshiba at argos uses 150W. argos.co.uk/sta…htm
Edited by: "kebabthief" 1st Nov 2010

I got one of these from eBuyer (SG1075- earlier model?), and use it as a computer monitor, where the extra depth is a definite plus. I hate computing in a letterbox. I have the display set to the full 1920*1200, using a DVI to HDMI lead, in fact two, so I can switch to my other (Ubuntu) computer at any time. I don't think the VGA input will go to the full resolution. And yes, a few touches on the remote and you are watching freeview TV, albeit at a lower resolution. There is a full set of component video connections too, and a scart, but this isn't the same model, so...
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