Big-screen, high-definition (HD) TVs, with their impressive image quality, have become the must-have living room accessory . The problem is they have been quite pricey, until now.
Chinese electronics group Hisense has come out with a range of rather inexpensive HD TVs. At R6000-R7000, its 40-inch (101,6cm) flat screen LED40T28 TV is nicely priced, especially as it uses light- emitting diode (LED) technology, which gives better contrast and colours, but which tends to be more expensive.
The LED40T28 is relatively easy to assemble and easy to programme. The only problem is it is designed for a sophisticated environment and works better connected to a satellite dish than the traditional bunny aerial.
On the whole, though, I found it to be an elegant and easy device.
Some users of the LED40T28, however, might find that an HD TV is not for them. The boldness of its colour and image quality can be a bit much for those used to their TVs being dull boxes.
Another issue is the rise of new 3D TV technology as a possible rival format to these devices. Those who want the latest and ideal might want to wait and see how this format takes off.
Despite this, the LED40T28, judged on its own, is impressive. I was reluctant to return it.
source : www.fm.co.za
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