Product Type: LG Electronics 3D LCD TV
Newest Review: ... to start of, the looks. It is very smart looking, with cool touch screen, although sometimes I get a bit impatient with the power bu... more
Two words: very nice
Member Name: Siibillam-Law
Advantages: Works a treat, easy to set up and looks very nice
Disadvantages: None really, unless size is that big an issue for you
We needed another TV for the lounge, when my friend and I moved into the same flat and didn't want to give up our lovely computer monitors, and seeing I already owned a TV/Monitor incredibly similar to it, I thought we'd go halves on this one, and it's been a great TV so far.
It came at a great price, just under 200 pounds at Curry's and, although not the biggest TV or anything, and it does look a bit silly by itself in our lounge, it does a fantastic job. Within minutes of getting it out of the box we had it all set up and working - the built in freeview means that you don't need any extra things to get watching all those great free channels.
It has, at the back, two HDMI cables for HD gaming or Blu rays, a VGA to work as a monitor, two Scarts and components so you can, pretty much, plug in just about anything you want.
The overall look the thing is really sleek, in LG's typical glossy black finish which makes everything look a million times more expensive than it actually is.
It's light enough to move around with ease if ever you need to shift its location - which we do quite a bit of the time if ever the other one needs another monitor for gods-know-what, so it's been moved around a lot and so far still looks and plays as great as it did when it came out of the box.
All in all, this is a great TV, at a great price. Full HD with built in freeview, and without any hassles to put up, it makes a nice additional TV, or, if you're poor students like us, a great main one.
Summary: A fabulous TV/Monitor combo
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