Dixons rolls out cut-price 3D, smart TVs
Passive 3D for cheap specs
Dixons has launched its own brand of 3D TV, Logik, with the hope of encouraging consumers lacking confidence back into the shops with low prices.
Logik sets run to 32in, 42in and 47in in size, each available with fluorescent or LED backlighting, all with 1080p screens. LED ups price by £50 to £150, depending on the model.
All the sets use passive 3D, so you can use cheap cinema-use 3D glasses - each telly comes with ten pairs.
Prices run from £349 (32in, fluoro backlight) to £799 (47in, LED backlight).
Not interested in 3D? Then Dixons has the Logik Smart TV, a 23in, 1080p set with a USB port to which you can hook up a hard drive to record programmes. The £250 telly will also tap into BBC iPlayer, Lovefilm and YouTube.
Dixons' Logik sets are available from its PC World and Currys shops. ®
Who makes the tellies for them? Presumably it's just a rebadge of an existing telly? I suppose they're looking to make a profit by selling massively expensive warranties?
Free cocaine and hookers....
...wouldn't lure me into a branch of Dixons, haven't they gone bust yet? It can't be long now, hope the warranty for these TVs comes printed on a sheet of Andrex, at least then it will be good for something.
However much it costs,
if it's bought from Dixons, it costs too much.