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Samsung LE26B450C4W - 26" LCD TV - widescreen - 720p - HD ready - gloss black £277.82 or less delivered at Dell
Samsung LE26B450C4W - 26" LCD TV - widescreen - 720p - HD ready - gloss black £277.82 or less delivered at Dell

Samsung LE26B450C4W - 26" LCD TV - widescreen - 720p - HD ready - gloss black £277.82 or less delivered at Dell

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Product Description : Samsung LE26B450C4W - 26" LCD TV
Product Type : LCD TV
Diagonal Size : 26" - widescreen
Weight : 8.4 kg
Colour : Gloss black
Digital Television Certification : HD ready
Resolution : 1366 x 768
Display Format : 720p
Input Video Formats : 720p, 1080i, 480i
Dimensions (WxDxH) : 67 cm x 21.6 cm x 49.5 cm - with stand

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i think its lukewarm. samsung 26" £279.95 richersounds.com/pro…350
£200 grundig argos.co.uk/sta…htm
the main problem with buying samsung, lg, toshiba 26" tv is that its around £300 price tag, and for that price buys you a 32".

dont forget quidco

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dont forget quidco



No, do, preferably as quickly as possible - TopCashBack offers the same cashback, except without that rubbishy £5 annual "admin fee".

Computerman;6084345

the main problem with buying samsung, lg, toshiba 26" tv is that its … the main problem with buying samsung, lg, toshiba 26" tv is that its around £300 price tag, and for that price buys you a 32".



Which isn't much use if you want it for a specific location, eg. my Bedroom - a 24 or 26" would be maximum comfortable size for the room, and the space available, 32" would be laughable, and it would no longer be a bedroom, but a TV room with a bed, accessible with great care only!

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Which isn't much use if you want it for a specific location, eg. my … Which isn't much use if you want it for a specific location, eg. my Bedroom - a 24 or 26" would be maximum comfortable size for the room, and the space available, 32" would be laughable, and it would no longer be a bedroom, but a TV room with a bed, accessible with great care only!



Maximum comfortable size? I still can't understand that, no matter how often I hear it repeated. My bedroom's relatively tiny, I bought a 42" 1080P set for it. Where's the attraction in having a tiny little 26" TV way over in the corner when you can have something so much bigger, and therefore much better, for not much more cash?

dxx;6094253

Maximum comfortable size? I still can't understand that, no matter how … Maximum comfortable size? I still can't understand that, no matter how often I hear it repeated. My bedroom's relatively tiny, I bought a 42" 1080P set for it. Where's the attraction in having a tiny little 26" TV way over in the corner when you can have something so much bigger, and therefore much better, for not much more cash?



Well oddly enough, it isn't in a corner, nor is it a near-vacuum, there are other things IN the room, despite your one off experience of minimalist living, most people have other things in bedrooms, like wardrobes, tables, beds, chairs, mirrors, exercise equipment, and curtains as well as fixed parts of the architecture like doors & windows - for me, 26" is pushing it, unless of course I want it to form part of the door hinges and frame on one side, and I can hang clothes on the other side. That of course is also completely ignoring aesthetics, for those who would like to live in something more visually appealing than a branch of Comet.

As much as I like television, it hasn't quite taken over 100% of my life, and the ability to use my house for something other than channel hopping among the repeats holds some appeal. Now if I was incarcerated in an iron lung 24 hours of the day, my needs would be different, and I suppose I might like the idea of an even bigger installation then, so long of course as the hoist could get me in and out of the room.

It's a novel concept seeing things from a mainstream and alternative point of view, do try it sometime - I for one am so glad the TV manufacturers see the need for different sizes being available - after all, many are Japanese, so we might all be living in little boxes watching 9" screens to match the tiny available space they could be left with in their smallest apartments :thumbsup:
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