The cheapest 32in LCD television in the UK now costs £150 including delivery. That’s roughly half the price from three years ago and firmly places this TV in the entry-level segment.
Finlux is owned by Turkish electronics company, Vestel, the largest European TV manufacturer. This particular model, the 32H502, features a slimline design with integrated Freeview tuner, two HDMI inputs and a USB input that enables users to connect a USB drive and use it as a PVR.
Unlike other low-cost brands, you can record content to and view content from the USB drive, and with a 64GB drive available for as little as £12, it makes sense to grab one. You can also pause and rewind live TV as well.
Other features include composite inputs, a CI-Slot, a brightness of 450cd/m2, a 1,280 x 720 resolution, a contrast ratio of 1,200:1, two 6W speakers, SCART and D-Sub inputs. The TV comes with a one-year warranty, has an energy rating of C and an annual power consumption of around 109kWh.
Source: eBay (FinluxDirect.com)