Big-screen TVs are not an unreachable dream any more, so stop dreaming and buy one now! Thanks to, you can get the Celcus LCD40S913FHD 40-inch Full HD TV for as low as £248.99. Get it while it’s hot!

Celcus LCD40S913FHD Overview

It’s not from a top brand and it’s not the most attractive, but it’s definitely one of the cheapest 40-inch Full HD TVs out there. We’re talking about the Celcus LCD40S913FHD, a big-screen TV for the masses.

Finding the right budget TV can be a real challenge because, as you would expect, budget products come with some cutbacks. In this case, the first cutbacks we noticed were made at design level. The LCD40S913FHD comes with a cheap-looking design that combines an excessive amount of glossy-finished plastics; add the far-from-impressive build quality into equation and you’ll see what we’re talking about here.

There’s a good side too, though – the fact that the design of the TV suffered serious cutbacks means that its performance was left unharmed, something that we’ve noticed the second we turned on the TV. For a budget TV, the image quality of the Celcus LCD40S913FHD was surprisingly good; the LED lighting does its job very well, uniformly lighting the display. We were pleased with the overall quality of the display, especially when we watched high-definition content from a Blu-ray disc, but we did notice some blurring in high-speed scenes, which is quite common in budget TVs.

Something that’s not so common is the high number of HDMI ports the Celcus LCD40S913FHD comes with, 4 to be precise. We found this to be a very nice feature since it allows you to hook up pretty much everything you want right from the start without having to plug and unplug cables when you need to use one device or another.

Features and Specifications Summary

  • TV Model – Celcus LCD40S913FHD
  • Screen Size – 42-inch
  • Display Resolution – 1920 x 1080, Full HD (1080p)
  • Contrast – 4000:1
  • Tuner – Built-in Freeview
  • Audio – Two 8W Speakers
  • Connectivity – HDMI x4, SCART x2, USB2.0 x1, Component x1


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