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Hannspree HT09 Full HD(1080p) 28 Inch LCD TV - £299.99 @ Misco (£311.73 delivered)
Hannspree HT09 Full HD(1080p) 28 Inch LCD TV - £299.99 @ Misco (£311.73 delivered)

Hannspree HT09 Full HD(1080p) 28 Inch LCD TV - £299.99 @ Misco (£311.73 delivered)

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I read about this television a few months ago which was due out soon. Its now on the misco website, thought i would give it some advertisement here as its a quality piece of equipment for less than £300!!

2 x Stereo Speakers
TFT Active Matrix LCD Display
Kensington Lock Support
EPA Energy Star
Built-in Universal Power Supply
VESA Standard 100 mm
HD Ready - 1080p

13 Comments

Original Poster

£311.73 delivered

Wow what a great product! lol

1080p on a 28", whats the point :?

jough;3466999

1080p on a 28", whats the point :?


The point is good picture quality. Let's assume you have a 17" montior that 1280x1024 - do you say what's the point to that? Obviously by your logic 800x600 is better.

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yeah but unless you sit really close to your 28" your not going to see any improvement, the human eye just isnt that good im afraid, however if your going to use it as a monitor then brilliant!

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bull ****, alot of people say "you can't see the difference on a small screen for 1080p" well guess what? I CAN.

the people who cannot see the difference are prob the ones that bought a non 1080p screen.

frible;3469470

the people who cannot see the difference are prob the ones that bought a … the people who cannot see the difference are prob the ones that bought a non 1080p screen.



And the same people who enjoy SD feeds that aren't a pixelated nasty mess :-D

Uridium;3469518

And the same people who enjoy SD feeds that aren't a pixelated nasty mess … And the same people who enjoy SD feeds that aren't a pixelated nasty mess :-D



so bloody true :thumbsup:

HenvY;3467371

The point is good picture quality. Let's assume you have a 17" montior … The point is good picture quality. Let's assume you have a 17" montior that 1280x1024 - do you say what's the point to that? Obviously by your logic 800x600 is better.



LOL you have zero logic from a failed analogy.

these specs are simply to fool and mesmorize the consumer into thinking they need 1080p, and they just do not, I have a 37" 1080p and even that is probably not needed, 42 plus is where 1080p shows itself.. put 2 28" screens next to each other, hook up PS3's to them, put VirtuaTennis3 or any other capable of 1080p on both, run one at 1080p and the other at 720p and you will see absolutely no difference whatsoever.

jough;3472289

LOL you have zero logic from a failed analogy.these specs are simply to … LOL you have zero logic from a failed analogy.these specs are simply to fool and mesmorize the consumer into thinking they need 1080p, and they just do not, I have a 37" 1080p and even that is probably not needed, 42 plus is where 1080p shows itself.. put 2 28" screens next to each other, hook up PS3's to them, put VirtuaTennis3 or any other capable of 1080p on both, run one at 1080p and the other at 720p and you will see absolutely no difference whatsoever.



its not true...wait for the arguement..."i can see the difference, my eye sights beyond human" :-D
But honestly you will see a difference...if you sit 1ft from the tv, you might notice a small difference...:thumbsup:
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