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£399 Hitachi 42-inch FHD1080P LCD TV Full HD 1920x1080

Hitachi's next generation of LCD TVs make a statement about quality and style, and deliver superior image quality. Hitachi LCD TVs transform your expectations, delivering vivid clarity through uncompromising engineering.

Pictures that truly astonish do not happen by chance. Hitachi’s next generation of flat panel televisions make a statement about quality and style, and deliver images that inspire. Hitachi screens transform your expectations delivering vivid clarity through uncompromising engineering. Hitachi introduces the next generation of television.

This new Full HD LCD series features the latest technology to display superb image quality. All this combined with its great design, makes this TV the perfect addition to your home.

Hitachi’s Full HD L42VP01U offers 2.6 times more pixels compared to a standard XGA panel. This new LCD model features the latest technology to display superb image quality. All this combined with its great design, makes this TV the perfect addition to your home.

Features as follows : High Definition Ready set, Integrated digital (freeview), 42in (106.7cm) widescreen TV with 106.7cm visible screen size, a Resolution of 1920 x 1080, Brightness 500cd/m2, Contrast ratio 1300:1, Progressive scan, 2 HDMI sockets, 2 SCART sockets, PC input socket, Component video socket, Composite and Headphone socket.

You can buy this Hitachi 42-inch FHD1080P LCD TV for £399.99 from Argos. You can also find similar deals from our online price comparator.

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