Samsung T28C570 28" VA LED TV / Monitor £189.99 @ Currys
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Samsung T28C570 28" VA LED TV / Monitor £189.99 @ Currys

£189.99Currys Deals
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Found 28th May 2014
Just noticed this has come down slightly, I got one last time when they were £199 at Christmas. Nice if you're after a decent monitor for everyday use with the added bonus of it being a TV with all the usual connections you would expect.

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hotukdeals.com/dea…023 I found a deal for a bigger screen for same price if anyone is interested

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sam06111

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-32-hd-ready-led-tv-189-99-cpc-1916023 I found a deal for a bigger screen for same price if anyone is interested

This deal: Resolution 1920 x 1080
The 32 inch deal: Resolution 1366 x 768

pete_l

This deal: Resolution 1920 x 1080The 32 inch deal: Resolution 1366 x 768


oh ok then

does this stand allow for vertical orientation?

You can grab one of the crappy supermarket brand ones 40 inch ones for £200, is it really that much better than this?

Anyone recommend a 40 inch?? Or there abouts??

mattturner756

You can grab one of the crappy supermarket brand ones 40 inch ones for … You can grab one of the crappy supermarket brand ones 40 inch ones for £200, is it really that much better than this?

Link?

Is this basically a TV with a DVI connection?

mattturner756

You can grab one of the crappy supermarket brand ones 40 inch ones for … You can grab one of the crappy supermarket brand ones 40 inch ones for £200, is it really that much better than this?


This is a monitor TV. 2xHDMI

Original Poster

I would say this is more of a monitor than a TV and the price is about right for both a 27/28" TV or Monitor.

Apparently this uses the same panel as a Philips 284E5QHAD Monitor and that's £220 or there abouts so this is actually not a bad price.

I have a 27" monitor which is 1080p, its a nice size for working on multiple programs at one time but its just not as sharp as I would like. This is quite a common complaint with 1080p on screens over 24" being used as monitors.

hottyornot

Anyone recommend a 40 inch?? Or there abouts??



I bought the following 42” LG from Tesco a few weeks ago. At £319 with a 5 year guarantee I’m delighted with picture quality and sound is good for a LED TV. It’s a simple HD TV, no smart functions, which is what I wanted.

tesco.com/dir…233

It showing as out of stock and I’m not surprised, but you can sign up for alerts.

I see they have a 47" for £399. If it's as good as the 42" it would be a winner.

fuiseog

I bought the following 42” LG from Tesco a few weeks ago. At £319 with a … I bought the following 42” LG from Tesco a few weeks ago. At £319 with a 5 year guarantee I’m delighted with picture quality and sound is good for a LED TV. It’s a simple HD TV, no smart functions, which is what I wanted.http://www.tesco.com/direct/lg-42ln5400-42-inch-full-hd-1080p-led-tv-with-freeview/466-1233.prd?pageLevel=&skuId=466-1233It showing as out of stock and I’m not surprised, but you can sign up for alerts.I see they have a 47" for £399. If it's as good as the 42" it would be a winner.




Thanks muchly! I've added for alert hopefully it will come back in stock soon!

this thing has dts sound??!!

For my needs, wanting a reasonable sized but not huge TV (there does seem to be a bit of a gap in the market right now between 19-24" and 32"), this is perfect. Very crisp picture and 2 HDMI so I can connect a NOW TV box and a smart Blu-Ray player - and given that I don't need the TV itself to be smart. As for the USB, note that it will take a stick, but not a portable drive. The sound is good, particularly with a Blu-Ray.

This is really a monitor. Don't get why people are talking about larger screen TV's?
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