Sharp LC-32LE210E




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By Pocket-lint on 70

Decent, if hardly reference-level, picture quality from a Edge LED-backlit screen meets useful USB recording, though we feel this 32-incher’s lack of an integrated Freeview HD tuner might hamper its progress - and it could also do with some 100Hz...

By on 60

Back when flatscreen television sets first made a splash on the consumer electronics market, trailblazing company was one of the first manufacturers to really make a name for itself. This resulted in the company producing some blindingly good TVs...

By Trusted Reviews on 70

Perhaps the best evidence of just how far LED lighting has now infiltrated the LCD TV world is the way the technology is now being used in small TVs as well as large ones. We recently tested a 19in set from Panasonic, the . And today we’re...

By TechRadar on 80

Sharp's latest 32-inch TV is LED-powered and is cheap to boot. The edge-mounted backlight enables a depth of 46mm, which, while appreciably chunkier than the 10mm-and-under to which the true flatscreen aristocracy currently aspires, is nonetheless...

By RegHardware on 75

I’ve got a bulky old CRT hogging a corner of my bedroom at the moment, so I completely understand what Sharp is aiming for with the LC-32LE210E. However, there are cheaper 32in sets available, and at this price it really ought to include Freeview...