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Kogan launches price war with $339 42-inch LED TV


koganledspecialthumbAre you in the market for a full high definition LED TV? It will be hard to beat the Kogan 42-inch model on price – it’s on special for just $339.

Kogan’s slim LED television actually uses the same panel found in LG’s range of LED TVs.

This price is being offered as a pre-sale special with delivery expected in early May

And it’s not just a TV – there’s also a built-in PVR (personal video recorder) which eliminates the need to have an additional box.

The PVR allows viewers can record their favourite programs to the device as well as pause and rewind live TV.

The Kogan 42-inch LED has a full high definition display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 and a dynamic contrast ratio of 50,000:1.

The Kogan 42-inch LED television which is priced at just $339

Because it offers edge-lit LED technology this means there is no backlight required with the result being a slimmer panel that’s just 4.3cm thick.

And apart from being slimmer, LED is also more energy efficient uses around 30 per cent less power than a similar-sized LCD TV.

Also on board is a full HD digital tuner so you can watch all the high definition and standard definition free-to-air channels including extras like Gem (90), Go (99), 7Mate and 7Two.

Users will also find a USB input on the Kogan 42-inch LED TV which allows movies, photos and music to be accessed from a USB thumb drive or external hard drive.

The Kogan 42-inch LED TV has edge lighting so it's very thin

The television comes with a table-top stand but can also be wall-mounted.

But, of course, perhaps the best feature is the low $339 price which Australians will be hard pressed to match anywhere.

Kogan’s $339 42-inch LED can be pre-ordered from here. There is a limit of one per customer.

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