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Hannspree ST321MNB 32" Black LCD TV : Full HD1080p with 4 x HDMI - £239.99 delivered at Ebuyer Express
 	 Hannspree ST321MNB 32" Black LCD TV  : Full HD1080p with  4 x HDMI - £239.99 delivered at Ebuyer Express

Hannspree ST321MNB 32" Black LCD TV : Full HD1080p with 4 x HDMI - £239.99 delivered at Ebuyer Express

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A super price for a tv with this spec.

# Diagonal Size : 31.5" (80 cm), TFT LCD
# Colour : Black
# Native Resolution : 1920 x 1080
# Aspect Ratio : 16:9
# Brightness : 500 cd/m2
# Contrast Ratio Typical : 1,300:1
# Dynamic : 10,000:1
# TV System : DVB-T (with Common Interface) / PAL / SECAM
# Response Time : 6ms
# Viewing Angle : 178/178
# Input Video Format : 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 576i, 576p, 480i, 480p
# Video Connections : HDMI 1.3 x 4; YPbPr (Component) x 1; Scart Full x 1, Scart Half x 1 480i, 480p, VGA (PC) x 1; Composite x 1, S-Video x 1
# Audio Interface HDMI / PC Line-in input x 1; AV/SV R/L Audio Input x 1; Component R/L Audio Input x 1; Earphone Output x 1
# Stereo Speakers : 2 x 10 Watt ........

At an incredibly low price, this represents an attractive invitation into the world of high definition. Enjoy uncompromising full HD visuals thanks to the 1080p specification on the Hannspree ST321MNB. It's ready to display all available Freeview channels in your area, plus the two 10 watt stereo speakers fulfil the viewing experience.

Entering the HDTV arena couldn't be simpler, thanks to four HDMI ports, making it easy to hook up with Blu-ray players, high definition set-top boxes, the latest games consoles and forthcoming Freeview HD boxes. This 32 inch LCD television also comes with sophisticated technology to enhance visuals by eliminating common picture flaws. The end result is the Hannspree ST321MNB is a superb choice for enriching entertainment offerings.

17 Comments

was on 2 weeks ago poor picture so review says!

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LOUGHBORO GUY

was on 2 weeks ago poor picture so review says!



Can you link to the thread 2 weeks ago, I can't seem to find that?
Edited by: "millarcat" 31st Dec 2010

LOUGHBORO GUY

was on 2 weeks ago poor picture so review says!



Which " review " and where?

Hot from me, ive had a Hanspree TV for a few years now and not a single problem. The picture seems good to me but im no expert, just someone who watches TV and plays the Xbox 360.

i was very interested in it till i read review i cant find it nowmaybe the guy who put link up before can put it up again! Honestly it was on 2 weeks or less ago it got alot of comments!


I've got a 37" hanspree and it's great. no idea about this one but i'm happy with mine

I bought a 25" Hannspree from ebuyer a few months back and am really pleased with it so I've just now bought one of these. Picture quality on the 25" is great so I expect the same will be true of the 32" model. It's a great price, too, IMO.

LOUGHBORO GUY

i was very interested in it till i read review i cant find it nowmaybe … i was very interested in it till i read review i cant find it nowmaybe the guy who put link up before can put it up again! Honestly it was on 2 weeks or less ago it got alot of comments!



Are you sure that it wasn't an Onkyo Review?oO

had a 37" hannspree 2 year+ now no prob with it

bought thanks

According to a product factsheet I found this decodes HD DVB-T? Isnt that freeview HD?
If so this is an immense bargain so letting you all know!

scan.co.uk/PDF…pdf
Edit: UK uses dvb-t2 for hd so dont expect freeview hd in this country from this

Edited by: "Zoea" 31st Dec 2010

Is this a 50Hz set? Need something that is at least 60Hz for my gaming.

Seems like a pretty good deal though (though I've never heard of the manufacturer before), heat addedd

I've had a 32" Hanspree for my bedroom for the past 5 years and still going strong.

I bought an ST25 for the lads bedroom (well, Santa did) & am v happy with it, got it from the ebuyer express (ebay) with no problems, its early days regarding reliability, but I would buy another Hanspree!

Im sure this was £200 a while back at ebay daily deals. Id prefer to pay £10 more and get a toshiba full hd 1080p from best buy IMO.

This deal has ended,
Price has increased !



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Edited by: "solonely" 16th Jan 2011


I have been looking for a 32" tv for ages at a good price. They generally seem to be around £199-£240+ for hd ready. Like this one there are some that are 1080p. I have not seen any that are 1080p and 100hz around £280 or less

It looks like if you want to pay this amount you will at the lower end of the TV quality range with low contrast, hz rate and missing some features.

If it is just a basic tv as a spare for a bedroom these tvs are probably OK

I am still looking at this
hotukdeals.com/dea…341

Not 100hz though but will be fine as a basic extra set with a 5 year guarantee

Just my opinion before anyone goes off on one!


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