LG 32LH570U  32" HD Ready LED Smart TV + Freeview HD £199 / Kenwood Chef Elite Kitchen Machine £254.99 (Using code) @ Co-op Electrical
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LG 32LH570U 32" HD Ready LED Smart TV + Freeview HD £199 / Kenwood Chef Elite Kitchen Machine £254.99 (Using code) @ Co-op Electrical

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Found 6th Oct
Back down again, it's a 720p model, which I know not everyone wants, but overall for something like this it seems good, especially for folks on a budget.

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Product Features
  • 32” HD Ready Smart TV
  • Scroll through catch up services including BBC iPlayer and Netflix using the WebOS Smart display
  • Easily adjust the colour, sharpness and backlight levels using Picture Wizard III
Connect your Blu-ray player and games console via HDMI or use the USB connection to watch videos, play music and view photos



Also Kenwood KVC5100S Chef Elite Kitchen Machine in Silver £254.99using code CSA10

Looks to be the cheapest on this model by quite some way, then with the code above it makes it even better. Release your inner Mary Berry

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A trusted Kitchen Machine for food preparation. The stylish design and 1200 watt motor power mean it's a machine to be proud of.

The load sensing technology ensures a perfect mix everytime and the three power outlets make it versatile when used with the range of optional attachments.

10 Comments

Neo, would the tv be any good for gaming ie playstation or xbox. My son is looking for a decent tv for gaming.

Yuck! I wouldn't get a laptop screen with this resolution so would not get a tv to use for gaming. Your son will be very disappointed with this.

Has to be 1080 for HD viewing as well as gaming.

The Kenwood Chef is legendary - should last a lifetime if the quality now is the same it was 30 years ago. I paid £129 30 years ago - its gone up over 100% since then (so good value, even with brxsht).
Edited by: "fiqqer" 6th Oct

summerof7651 m ago

Neo, would the tv be any good for gaming ie playstation or xbox. My son is …Neo, would the tv be any good for gaming ie playstation or xbox. My son is looking for a decent tv for gaming.

No you'd be better off looking for a full HD (1080p) tv as this is already quite a few years behind in technology

morethananaddict2 m ago

No you'd be better off looking for a full HD (1080p) tv as this is already …No you'd be better off looking for a full HD (1080p) tv as this is already quite a few years behind in technology


Thankfully games consoles are already quite a few years behind in technology. Haha.

Another point - how can this be described as HD ready when it is not even capable of displaying at HD resolution. Another site I have looked at says it is NOT HD ready

Direct from LG

Resolution1366*768(HD)


lg.com/uk/…70U

For £199 I'd hunt around for offers/clearances 1080p full hd 32"

morethananaddict1 h, 58 m ago

No you'd be better off looking for a full HD (1080p) tv as this is already …No you'd be better off looking for a full HD (1080p) tv as this is already quite a few years behind in technology


Thanks

720p is absolutely fine in certain situations, it all depends how close you are sitting to the telly.

For example, if your sitting closer than 1.9m then 1080p is worth it on a 32" screen but if your sitting any further away your eyes can't even distinguish between 720p and 1080p.

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Odd combination, I guess you can watch TV whilst making a cake
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