Hitachi 48HBT62U 48 Inch Full HD Freeview HD Smart TV £319.99 @ Argos
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Hitachi 48HBT62U 48 Inch Full HD Freeview HD Smart TV £319.99 @ Argos

£319.99Argos Deals
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Found 30th Aug 2015
Just seen this deal advertised on TV. Got great feedback. Was £439.99

Television picture quality:

LED TV Screen.
Full HD (1080p) display resolution.
Screen size: 48 inches.
Motion rate 50Hz.

Connectivity:

1 SCART socket, 2 USB ports and 2 HDMI sockets.
Smart TV.
Wi-Fi enabled.
Open browser.
400 x 400 bracket.

Digital features:

Features USB video playback.
Freeview HD digital tuner.
Smartphone remote capability.
Single core processor.

Additional features:

Weight of TV with stand: 13.1kg.
Energy efficiency information:
Energy efficiency rating: A+.
Annual power consumption 66kWh.

20 Comments

Heat added

Why is heat added. Its a crap tv and for that proce range you can get a sony or lg for a little smaller but thd tv quality is 4 times what this mince will be.

Not to mention that your only saving a tenner from the previous price

penfold28

Why is heat added. Its a crap tv and for that proce range you can get a … Why is heat added. Its a crap tv and for that proce range you can get a sony or lg for a little smaller but thd tv quality is 4 times what this mince will be.


Totally agree

This is a rebadged vestal TV. The smart features are very limited. Not many apps for this TV Netflix and BBC iPlayer , YouTube, and that's about it. You get more features from a non smart tv with a Chromecast attached.

put a chromecast on it. its a big cheap tv

Have the 50' version of this as our main lounge TV paired with our sky box and Fire TV stick - and can honestly say we love it. Smart features are a bit slow, but I just use the fire TV stick for anything requiring it to be smart. For this price, it's excellent. Super thin too - a great focal point for the lounge. Don't let the negs put you off!

2 hdmi seems stingy

I think my friend got this one for £190 last xmas. Then he got £30 parking fine for parking in the wrong place so £220

montana78

I think my friend got this one for £190 last xmas. Then he got £30 p … I think my friend got this one for £190 last xmas. Then he got £30 parking fine for parking in the wrong place so £220



He didnt see any lucky white heather sellers on the way into Argos did he ......:|
Edited by: "Hondo" 30th Aug 2015

50HZ motion rate isn't good! Pay a bit extra for a better TV.

My dad just (today) bought one of these (refurb) from the Argos Clearance shop for £249

very cold, dont feed these cheap horrible TV's

I bought one of these a couple of weeks ago, I'm not one of "my telly's better than your telly" mob on here, I've no idea what most of the jargon means but as a big telly on my lounge wall, it looks and sounds absolutely fine to me. Easy set up and link to wifi and talktalk tv, so easy in fact I did it all by myself (*smug look*). What blew me away was Argos' delivery. Ordered online at around 6:15pm and it was delivered around 8-8:30pm the same night, for £3.95 by a lovely wee man. So all in all, no complaints from me

every time I come on a TV post, every f-ucker says they're all rebadged vestal.

darrenpbond

every time I come on a TV post, every f-ucker says they're all rebadged … every time I come on a TV post, every f-ucker says they're all rebadged vestal.


in most cases probably are - rebadged vestels that is oO - ( not f dash uckers )

Edited by: "dmm1000" 1st Sep 2015

dmm1000

in most cases probably are - rebadged vestels that is oO - ( not f dash … in most cases probably are - rebadged vestels that is oO - ( not f dash uckers )



​anyone care to provide proof?

darrenpbond

​anyone care to provide proof?



Most tv's sold in Europe are made by either Vestel or UMC. Doesn't mean the TV is going to be bad as both companies are amongst the biggest TV manufacturers in the world.

There's no money in the tv business as prices are so low so it's easier and cheaper for a company to design the TV and get a third party to build it to their specification.

Here's an interesting article on the relationship between British TV brand Linsar and their OEM Vestel. Note that John Lewis heavily adopted selling Linsar tv's because of their high customer satisfaction and low faulty return rate. Proves that Vestel and UMC can produce decent quality tv's at great prices in spite of what the hotukdeals TV experts tell you.

avforums.com/art…229
Edited by: "MDL199" 1st Sep 2015

Hitachi to stopped making TVs in 2012.

thaigary

Hitachi to stopped making TVs in 2012.


Hitachi will have a similar arrangement as Linsar. Doesn't mean it's going to be a bad TV. Vestel and UMC are experienced TV manufacturers these days.
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