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Luxor LUX0140004/01 40 inch Smart TV specifications

List of Luxor LUX0140004/01 40 inch Smart TV features and specifications

Luxor LUX0140004/01 TV features and specs as offered in Very. Today we are providing you with the list of specifications of one not very well known TVs on the market - the Luxor LUX0140004/01.
It is a cheap 40 inch Smart TV that is offered in UK for around £250. That is pretty cheap for a big screen Smart TV. Here are this Luxor TV specs:

TV Specs

  • Bluetooth: No
  • Depth: 220 MM
  • Height: 574 MM
  • Width: 923 MM
  • Dongle Required: No
  • Refresh Rate: 50Hz
  • Resolution: Full HD
  • Screen Size: 40"
  • Wifi Enabled: Yes
  • 1080p Full HD
  • Freeview Play - Catch up made easy
  • Smart TV – BBC iPlayer, Netflix, YouTube
  • DTS Sound
  • 1 USB
  • 2 HDMI
  • 1 SCART

Luxor TVs

"Feast your eyes on a Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution that brings all your entertainment to life in beautiful detail and vivid colors.

The built-in Freeview Play tuner gives you access to 60 channels including 12 HD channels without needing a monthly subscription package, including BBC HD, ITV HD, CBeebies HD and C4 HD as well as the ability to scroll both backwards and forwards within the guide to easily catch up on up to 7 days of programs you may of missed.

With built-in WiFi you can link into your home broadband to access on demand movies with Netflix, catch up TV with BBC iPlayer and on-tap internet access through the web browser. You can even catch up with friends via Twitter and Facebook and share your videos through YouTube.

Content can also be mirrored on to the TV from your tablet or smartphone, giving everyone at home the chance to contribute to the TV line-up.

LED lighting gives you amazing color, brightness and image clarity all in an impressively thin gloss black design that you can mount on a wall or sit on the provided plinth.

There are 2 x HDMI ports for HD devices such as a games machine or Blu-ray player, and the USB port for any content that you may have stored on a USB memory stick or HDD. You can even dig out old movie favorites on video, using the TV’s SCART port to connect to VCRs."