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Panasonic TX-L24E3B (TXL24E3B) 24 Inch Full HD 1080p LED Viera TV With Freeview HD,Viera Link and image Viewer,IPS Alpha panel,wide viewing angle.

24 Inch LED TV With 1080p and Freeview HD

Panasonic TX-L24E3B (TXL24E3)
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  • Freeview HD Digital Tuner
  • LED Backlighting
  • VIERA Image Viewer
  • VIERA Link
  • Actual Colour: Black
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Panasonic TX-L24E3B (TXL24E3) (TXL24E3B (TXL24E3)) Video Review / Test

Edge Lit LED 1366x768 pixels HD Ready 1080p HD Ready Game Mode Plug & Play Freeview-HD x HDMI Connection/s
 

If you are searching for a TV that can not only produce amazing picture quality but is also gentle on your wallet too then look no further than the Panasonic TX-L24E3B.
Finished in a luxurious black gloss finish, the Panasonic TXL24E3B will look stunning wherever you decide to make use of it, looking a picture even when powered off. It certainly isnt obtrusive in any way and can complement peoples decor with no problem at all. The slim design of this Panasonic TXL24E3 allows you to use the television practically anywhere you wish to and lets face it a 24 inch set probably wont be your main tv set and it is definitely great to be used in a childs bedroom or even the kitchen.

The high standard of image reproduction is achieved on the TX-L24E3 as Panasonic have given this tv an IPS panel which allows you to view images from a wide viewing angle. Previously you had to sit in a sweet spot to get the best picture quality as if you watched from an angle images were duller and darker. However with the IPS panel this isnt the case and allows you to view from an angle. This IPS panel is also enhanced by using a energy saving backlight so that images no longer fade at an angle and its high speed response allows crisp moving images to reproduced with as little as possible afterglow. This is in addition to the great contrast levels offered by the Panasonic TXL24E3B combined with a superb black level reproduction which really does allow you to view movies in the way a film director would have wanted you to.

Panasonic havent just considered the picture quality with the TXL24E3 as they have considered the environment too as LED backlighting doesnít take as much energy than conventional LCD panels so you will be saving money on your electricity costs too. Also Panasonic donít use any harmful lead or mercury in the panel so a couple of ways to help out the environment.

When designing this Panasonic TX-L24E3 it is evident they clearly put a lot of thought in to making sure that there is enough connectivity options. 2 HDMI inputs on the rear of the TV allow for connection of a range of HD sources for example a games console or Blu-ray dvd player and as with all HDMI connections you only have one connection needed so no more messy cabling everywhere or losing signal as HDMI keeps formats in their original uncompressed format. Additionally with Viera Link you will be able to make use of just your Viera TV remote to operate other Panasonic devices simply by connecting by HDMI so no more having to dig down the side of the sofa for the remotes.

Use the Panasonic TXL24E3B for gaming and you can make use of the Games mode provided by Panasonic. Using this mode allows for quicker image response which is great for online gaming allowing you to gain a possible advantage over your competitors. Typically video games produce darker images so Panasonic have compensated for this too as such images are produced more clearly.

Freeview HD built into the Panasonic TXL24E3B allows you access to a whole variety of channels all of which are subscription free. Should Freeview HD be accessible in your area (as there are still some areas its not available in yet) you just plug your tv into your existing aerial connection, tune in the TV and away you go. Unlike Sky or BT it wont cost you anything extra and you can enjoy the programmes in high definition quality.

Another noteable feature on the Panasonic TXL24E3 is the Viera Image Viewer which gives you the option to view images and videos just by inserting an SD cart into the SD card slot. You can enjoy your images and HD video straight away and can also enjoy background music, slideshow frames and transition effects.

So to sum up if you need a tv that can offer great picture quality, is easy to operate but still gives you great benefits then the Panasonic TXL24E3 is certainly one to consider.



Specifications & Features

Picture/Display
  • 24 " Diagonal Screen Size (Inch)
  • 61 cm Visible Diagonal Screen Size
  • Edge Lit LED
  • High Dynamic Contrast
  • Wide Degree Viewing Angle
  • 1366x768 pixels
  • HD Ready 1080p
  • 50 Hz Picture Processing
Manufacturers Technology Features
  • HD Ready
  • VIERA
  • Game Mode
Convenience
  • Plug & Play
  • Freeview-HD
  • EPG (Guide Plus+)
  • 1000 Page Teletext Memory
  • Parental Lock/Parental Control
  • On/Off Timer
Connections
  • 2 (rear)/ Audio Return Channel (Input 2) x HDMI Connection/s
  • RCA phono type x 1 set (rear) x Component Video Connection/s
  • AV2: RCA phono type x 1 (rear) x Composite Video Connection/s
  • 1 x Optical Terminal Connection/s
  • 1 (side) x Headphone Socket
Accessories Supplied
  • Pedestal stand
  • Remote Control
  • User Manual
  • Mains Cable
  • Batteries
Power,Weight & Dimensions
  • 595x415x187 Dimensions (W x H x D) With Stand
  • 595x380x60 Dimensions (W x H x D) Without Stand
  • 6.0kg with stand Kg Unit Weight (Approx)
  • AC 220 - 240 V, 50/60 Hz Power Supply
  • 46 W Power Consumption
  • 0.3 W Standby Power Consumption


    The TXL24E3B LED Backlit Television is also known as:

    TXL24E3B, TX-L24E3B, PANASONIC TX-L24E3B, TXL24E3, 24E3B, 24E3, L24E3

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