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Cello 55" C55RTS4K LED TV

Cello 55" C55RTS4K LED TV

Price: £397.00
Location: United Kingdom
Condition: New
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Date Expires: 24/05/2021
Item ID: 211373

Cello 55" C55RTS4K LED TV

Cello 55" C55RTS4K LED TV

55" C55RTS4K LED TV

55” 4K Ultra HD LED Smart TV with Wi-Fi

• 55” Smart TV with Wi-Fi
• 4K Ultra HD LED Panel
• Built-in Freeview DVB-T2 HD channels
• Watch your favourite catch up and streaming entertainment apps
• 16.7 million display colours
• 3840 x 2160 screen resolution
• 5000:1 contrast ratio
• HDMI x 3 inputs for external devices & consoles
• USB 2.0 - Play media files from other devices
• Can be wall mounted (400mm x 200mm bracket not included)


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