Summary: After much time battling to get Grandma to update her television. The loss of the analogue signal finally made her jump. Not got much to compare it with as her previous television was really poor. It seems to have an excellent picture and is really responsive to the controller. Grandma is delighted and I am pleased to not be looking at the awful colours on her previous TV.
Summary: This is a good 1080p TV with nice colours and deep blacks. I can't comment on the sound as I have it plugged into a home cinema system. Also benefits from HDMI ARC for those using an AV Receiver. This makes up for the small number of HDMI ports for me. The built in free view works well and the menus are basic but user-friendly. All from a good brand at a reasonable price. Would recommend. For a bedroom or second TV I can't fault it.
Summary: purchased over 6 months ago, No problems so far. Only one thing that I would have liked & that is when tv guide up you could still have channel showing. Minor annoyance but no big deal. Must see if I can record from usb which I must purchase as needs large memory type which is on Amazon.
Summary: My primary criteria were picture and sound quality. My local Currys was one of the few places I could find where they fed real TV into all the display TVs. Most stores piped in HD DVD signal with fast chop-editing which makes A:B comparison difficult. And Currys left all the remotes out so you could adjust all the TVs on your shopping list. The Freeview picture quality is very impressive at the price - Apr 2013 Currys had them at £329 (+incentives).
Not Smart enough ... No browser, big extra costs for WiFi and Skype
D. Thompson "semi_artificial", Amazon
29 March 2013
Summary: It connects to the Internet, the remote has got an Internet button, but there is no web browser! No, I didn't check before buying because I never imagined that an Internet TV would have no browser. It has WiFi capability but you need a Panasonic 2012 dongle which costs at least £50 and is hard to find at that price ... £75 on here. It has a Skype app but no camera ... The compatible camera costs nearly £100 here and apparently is poor for voice. What??