Hannspree come's out top in the Gadget Show Best Budget TVs
As seen on the Gadget Show's Top Budget TVs of 2011. We thought we'd have a closer look at the 3 TVs that Ortis tested in a replication of his bedroom in a shopping centre for TV, BluRay and gaming purposes with his Xbox.
Hannspree 28 inch 1080p LED Television SV28LMNB
From Taiwan and coming out top in Ortis's tests, this 28″ TV comes with 2 HDMI ports, a clear EPG for watching programmes and excellent imaging in both SD and HD, with great colours and excellent contrast. It is also great for gaming and ideal for bedrooms, comes with 2 years warranty; all of which meant it was a clear winner for Ortis.
Key Features of the Hannspree SV28LMNB
- 2 Years Warranty (Pick Up, Repair and Return)
- USB Media Player MP3, JPEG, Video
- Native Resolution 1920 × 1080 (Full HD, 1080p)
- Ultra-dynamic contrast of up to 4200000:1
- Up to 50% more efficient compared to CRT
- Response Time 5ms
Technika 32inch HD Ready LCD Television 32-56
The UK assembled Technika from Tesco offers very good HD, good contrast and lovely vibrant colours. It also creates little lag for gaming, has 4 HDMI ports and offers clear and fluid motion. Ideal for a bedrooms and came a close second to the excellent Hanspree in Ortis's rigorous bedroom test of SD, BluRay and Gaming.
Bush 26 inch HD Ready Titanium LCD BLCD32H8
A very attractive 32″ LCD TV with full HD a number of good features as seen on The Gadget Show. It does have a flimsy remote and poor picture quality in SD is not the greatest, however for lovers of beautiful aesthetics it is hard beat.
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