Toshiba 32SL738B 32" HD Ready LED TV - £249.99 + £10 Delivery @ Amazon
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Toshiba 32SL738B 32" HD Ready LED TV - £249.99 + £10 Delivery @ Amazon

£259.99
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Found 25th May 2011
This seems like a great price for an LED TV, I can't find any other LED TVs of this size which are cheaper.

Its a basic TV which means it only has the basic features you'd expect but it would be fine for someone with a low budget who wants a nice looking thin TV.

(PS. the chepest price is available from an Amazon 3rd party seller)

(PSS. the LG 32LE4900 which is a similar LED TV for £40 more at Currys is no longer in stock so don't say that is a better deal!)

Features:
HD Ready (720p)
3 HDMI ports
USB input (view images and audio)
PC input

Detailed specifications: home-entertainment.toshiba.co.uk/Reg…38/

Review: trustedreviews.com/Tos…e-4

5 Comments

Original Poster

BTW I stole this from tvbargain.co.uk/pos…38b so credit to this site for finding it

Epically lame. 720p therefore not full HD. No FreeviewHD built in. No internet connectivity so none of the online features such as iPlayer and DLNA networking which are becoming standard on similar TVs in the same class. Awful reviews online. Overpriced.

Avoid, freezing cold deal.

Original Poster

Codify

720p therefore not full HD



Please show me a 32" LED TV costing £260 or less with full HD

Codify

No FreeviewHD built in



Please show me a 32" LED TV costing £260 or less with Freeview HD built in.

No internet connectivity so none of the online features such as iPlayer … No internet connectivity so none of the online features such as iPlayer and DLNA networking which are becoming standard on similar TVs in the same class.



Please show me a 32" LED TV costing £260 or less with online features such as iPlayer and DLNA networking.

Awful reviews online.



Please show me a 32" LED TV costing £260 or less that has better reviews

Overpriced



Please show me ANY 32" LED TV costing under £260.




Oh wait I see, you've epically failed by misreading LED for LCD! Or just don't have a clue. Either way I'm about to have an anurism over how unbelievably **** your reply is.

Banned


Well I for one can give an honest view of this tv as I had one earlier this year from Amazon. I have to say as a piece of furniture it was fantatsic, it is so slim and I bought the thinnest possible wall bracket and look liek a picture it was that close to the wall. As a tv it was fantatsic for the money, everyone goes on about freeview hd well we do not all need it as some of us have virgin and sky but the picture on this tv was superb...personal experience here. I am not naive I have full HD tv's coming out of my ears and I know a good picture. I do nto car what the reviews say this an awesome tv for the money and beats hands down anything that i have seen under £260 hands down.....

Hot from me.......if you want a 32" tv then buy this you will not likely regret it. If you do maybe you ned to buying the best in the market at 32" for £500 +.

Banned

Four reviews here, first is techradar giving a commercial review of 3/5 based ina price of £500 which is pretty significant as 4 months on from the review it is half this price....the 3 reviews from users all giving 5/5 but hey what do end users know, them that put down their hard earned cash????

1.

Toshiba 32SL738
By John Archer - Jan 21, 2011 - Editorial review - TechRadar UK
Pros: Good looks; Very attractive price for an edge LED TV; Decent connectivity; Surprisingly extensive calibration tools; Bright and vivid pictures with bright scenes;
Cons: The backlight lacks consistency; No Freeview HD tuner; Clunky operating system; No online features; Poor dynamic backlight control;
At first glance the Toshiba 32SL738 seems to make little sense. While it is edge LED backlight, it has an HD ready, rather than a full HD, resolution and no Freeview HD tuner.
This latter omission is particularly striking, given that hi-def terrestrial tuners are now fairly routine fixtures on modern TVs.
The £500 price is cheap for any 32in LCD TV, though, let alone one with an LED backlight.These are proven to deliver better pictures than standard (CCFL) lamps and are usually found only on premium LCD TVs such as Samsung's 32C6000, which comes in at nearer £800.
So Toshiba's thinking with the 32SL738 suddenly becomes blindingly clear: it wants to grab headlines by delivering the cheapest 32in LED TV it can, even if that means stripping away a few key features.… Read full review
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highly recomended. great value LED TV
By Doreen - Feb 2, 2011 - very.co.uk
Grat value LED TV my grandson highly recomends, using as TV in bedroom and says excellent with ps3 Read full review
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Fantastic TV
By biggi - very.co.uk
Pros: BEAUTIFUL PICTURE Brilliant sound Well pleased Read full review
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4.

Amazing television
By Zoe - very.co.uk
Pros: Clear picture Easy to set up Really love this television, was quick and easy to set up, picture is amazing, perfect fit for corner entertainment unit Read full review
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