TV offers just seem to keep on coming here at Dealizon UK, because we have yet another TV that’s worth your attention. Offered by direct.asda.com for only £245.00, the Polaroid P40LCD12 is a good fit for your bedroom, or even your living room if you’re not too pretentious. We’re talking about a 40-inch budget Full HD LED TV, a TV that provides the quality you seek without blowing your budget.

Polaroid P40LCD12 Overview

While the high-end class of the TV industry is dominated by giants like Samsung, LG or Sony, the low-end class is a battlefield for smaller brands which go beyond expectations sometimes in an attempt to provide the winning combination.

Polaroid’s idea for a winner TV is the P40LCD12, a budget big screen TV that provides good value for its money. With a screen measuring 40 inches and using LED edge lighting, the Polaroid P40LCD12 is aimed at movie enthusiasts that can’t afford a 50-inch or 60-inch monster, or simply want to put the TV in a bedroom where a bigger TV would be too much. Either way, the Polaroid P40LCD12 is great for watching high-definition content thanks to its Full HD 1080p display.

A little downside of the TV is the presence of a standard-definition Freeview tuner, instead of the Freeview HD one that’s found on most HDTVs, but this issue can be resolved with the help of a set-top box. Meanwhile, you’re not left out of options, as the 2 HDMI ports and the USB port still offer you options for watching high-definition content, such as connecting a Blu-ray player or hooking up an external hard-drive.

The bottom line is that the Polaroid P40LCD12 is a considerable option but, even though the image quality won’t disappoint you, the lack of some more advanced features maybe will.

Features and Specifications Summary

  • TV Model – Polaroid P40LCD12
  • Screen Size – 40 inch
  • Display Resolution – 1920 x 1080 Full HD 1080p
  • Contrast – 4000:1
  • Tuner – Built-in Freeview
  • Audio – Two 8W Speakers
  • Connectivity – HDMI x2, SCART x2, USB2.0 x1
  • Warranty – 1 Year


 

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