Want to grab a 32in television set from supermarket chain Sainsbury's for as little as £200, including free delivery? We do.
Indeed, the Blaupunkt 32in is the cheapest full HD and 3D television set we have ever seen on the market by way of this super half-price deal.
Just so you know, Blaupunkt is a popular German brand, and it's manufactured in Slovakia by EMC.
Looking at the finer details of the set, we're surprised by just how feature-laden it is.
In addition to the set's full HD resolution (1,920 x 1,080 pixels) and 3D capabilities, it comes with four pairs of 3D glasses, has a built-in 2D-to-3D converter, and features two 8 watt speakers as well as three HDMI ports. It also sports a SCART socket, D-Sub and component AV inputs, is Freeview-ready, and has a USB port for easy content transferring. Just for good measure, Sainsbury's also throws in an RF cable.
The Blaupunkt set weighs less than 10kg and has a projected power consumption of 102kWh per annum. Note that you cannot record straight from the TV to USB - otherwise known as PVR - and there’s no optical output.
However, Sainsbury's is also selling a nifty Blu-ray player, the Sony BDPS185, bundled with eight Blu-ray films for a mere £64.99 - the ideal companion for the rather nice looking Blaupunkt set.