You lucky buggers, I feel extravagant because I spend £3 on a taste the difference steak.
But then my TV is bigger then yours,
.... when you measure the depth.
You're coming down with what is called 'Female Syndrome'.
Xmas and we're still being gadget nerds.
I get fed up of seeing technology at work!
The sony bravias are superb, I bought a 40 inch one a year ago for use with Sky HD and it upscales so well that you can't really tell the difference from the standard transmission on the movie channels, (football is much clearer though).
I bought it from sound and vision for £600 inc delivery, its a low wattage model, one of the V series I think.
To be honest for about £350 you can get a good 32" lcd tv these days. Most are offering about the same quality and it would depend on personal preference and what you want to do with it.
If you have a PS3 or Sony Home theatre then the Baravia is the best option.
I also noticed that Tesco's are doing a different bravia now for £350
TV prices to go up after Christmas- The Inquirer
Everyone in the trade seams to think prices are set to go up, especially so now the pound now gets less than a fart in a bottle.
I bought mine last year, and it has actually gone up in price when I just checked online.
Lets face it TV last a long time. So long as you have the money (at the time) and you can look at yourself in the mirror, or indeed the tv reflection on sunny days and not regreat it. It's a good buy.
Don't look around for a telly once you've got one. Prices aways go down. Just except at the time you good a good deal and forget about it.
Sony BRAVIA KDL32P3020 (32" Widescreen LCD TV - HD Ready - Freeview - With at home warranty) @ richer sounds for £299.00
Sony 32" HD Ready LCD TV with built-in Freeview KDL32U4000 @ Tesco £350
SONY KDL32V4000 32" LCD @ Currys £350
jinnantonnix (31st December 2008)
I got free bread and milk with mine and a load of Nectar points....
[ Plus I got a Sainsburys man to carry it to my car.... ]
I though they only ever carry stuff for old ladies.... or am I missing something
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