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Panasonic TX-24E302B 24 Inch HD Ready LED TV Freeview HD USB Playback Black Refurbished - £69.99 delivered @ Panasonic / eBay
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Panasonic TX-24E302B 24 Inch HD Ready LED TV Freeview HD USB Playback Black Refurbished - £69.99 delivered @ Panasonic / eBay

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Posted 14th Aug
With a great HD resolution, it offers excellent picture quality for watching your favourite shows. You’ll find plenty of them too, with 70 free channels, including 15 in HD, thanks to Freeview HD.

If you want a little gaming action, you can hook up your consoles via the two HDMI ports, or connect an external hard drive to the USB port to enjoy your family photos on the big screen.

And it’ll even save power, thanks to a handy setting that turns the TV off when it’s not in use.
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Hi, shame it not 1080p.
It’s a fantastic picture neighbour has this in the kitchen
Crazy price, voted hot.
Managed to pick one up for kitchen cheers
Hot, just hoping another one of those 40 odd inch models for 180ish pop up very soon
It's a Vestel
Thanks Op, ordered one for the bedroom. Cheers!
Thanks. Already got one for one bedroom and this will do to replace the Technika one that's just died.
Rolefitleader14/08/2019 20:06

Hi, shame it not 1080p.


Why would you want such high res on a 24 inch screen?
I have only discovered recently about Freeview Play. Have a read as it sounds like a free version of BT youview. It is built into the Panasonic 2019 range. Unfortunately this comes from the 2018 range, However it i great value with or without freeview play. HOT
Darn, missed it
Which HDTV Format Is Better—720p, 1080i, or 1080p?
Assuming all three of these TV formats are in your price range, 1080p TV is the best selection. The 720p and 1080i models rely on old technology that is gradually giving way to higher-resolution TVs. A 1080p device offers the best resolution and viewing experience. However, for TVs that are 32 inches or smaller, you won't see much difference between pictures on 1080p and 720p televisions.
Hi, yes,it seems that on a screen of these dimensions it's not required.
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