|Price incl. VAT||£459.65 £411.90|
|Price excl. VAT||£343.25|
|Panasonic RP-WF830E-K £47.90|
|Extended warranty + 1 year £49.43 Extended warranty + 1 year||
|Return products within two months £20.59 Possibility to return products within two months||
Modern TV affords terrific show, which is visible from many sources. In addition to a complete set of tuners offers HDMI inputs, USB storage and a range of clever features.
TV Philips 5300 Series brings a beautifully slim frame great image that you love, and smart features, you have endless entertainment online immediately at hand. Blockbuster movies, live sports and games - it all comes up behind you on the couch. It features a video store or watch your favorite TV channels with catch-up. Here you will have a really appropriate.
Whether streaming video online, or are looking to own resources, with Pixel Plus HD is always you get clear, sharp images. The painting takes care also advanced Micro Dimming, which analyzes the image in 6400 different zones. Subsequently adjusts the backlight intensity, so as to achieve a bright white tones and deeper blacks.
Television is among the smart and so perfectly plays streams from YouTube, visiting social networks, and mainly works with a variety of electronics connected to your home network. Your mobile phone or tablet you add an application, and then you can easily display their content on a large TV or comfortably operate the TV itself.
Among the attractive features are also hardware equipment. Mainly attract 2 HDMI input connectors for the highest possible quality, and at the same time to control EasyLink (HDMI-CEC) single controller. Thanks to two USB connect more locations where you can record TV programs or pause the TV. It can also play a variety of popular formats including H.264 or latest HEVC (H.265).
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