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TCL 99.1 cm (39 inches) L39D2900 Full HD LED TV (Black)
Rs. 28,449 Rs. 25,990 (-9.46% Off)
Full HD (Resolution: 1920 x 1080), Refresh Rate: 60 hertz
Panasonic 100 cm (40 inches) Viera TH-40E400D Full HD LED TV (Black)
Rs. 33,000 Rs. 43,900 (24.83% Off)
Full HD (Resolution: 1920X1080), Refresh Rate: 200 hertz
Panasonic 123 cm (49 inches) Viera Shinobi , super bright TH-49E460D Full HD LED TV
Rs. 43,900 Rs. 62,900 (30.21% Off)
Full HD (Resolution: 1920 x 1080), Refresh Rate: 200 hertz
TCL 123 cm (49 inches) L49D2900 Full HD LED TV (Black)
Rs. 34,499 Rs. 45,990 (24.99% Off)
Full HD (Resolution: 1920 x 1080), Refresh rate: 60 Hertz
Micromax 101 cm (40 inches) 40A9900FHD/40A6300FHD Full HD LED TV
Rs. 21,280 Rs. 39,990 (46.79% Off)
Full HD (Resolution: 1920 x 1080), Refresh Rate: 60 hertz
Samsung LS24E310HL/XL 23.6-inch Full HD LED Monitor (Black)
Rs. 8,499 Rs. 13,500 (37.04% Off)
Brightness: 250cd/m2
Panasonic 108 cm (43 inches) Viera Shinobi , super bright TH-43E460D Full HD LED TV
Rs. 30,000 Rs. 50,900 (41.06% Off)
Full HD (Resolution: 1920 x 1080), Refresh Rate: 200 hertz
Panasonic 147 cm (58 inches) TH-58D300DX Full HD LED TV
Rs. 51,990 Rs. 1,24,900 (58.37% Off)
Full HD (Resolution: 1920 x 1080)
Sanyo 80 cm (32 inches) XT-32S7200F Full HD LED TV (Black)
Rs. 18,599 Rs. 24,990 (25.57% Off)
Full HD (Resolution: 1920x1080), Refresh Rate: 60 hertz

About Full HD LED TVs

The so-called Full-HD panel is 1920 horizontal pixels and 1080 vertical pixels with 16:9 golden ratio. Full-HD provides more delicate and richer image details. Saving the viewing distance to enjoy exquisite big picture in small space. Full HDTV is also referred to as ultra-HD, true HDTV, and 1080p. There are three different HD modes: 720p, 1080i and 1080p, but only 1080p is full high definition.

The number part of 1080p refers to the number of vertical lines displayed on the screen—the higher the number of lines, the sharper the picture. The 'p' means that the screen uses a progressive scan to display images. Progressive scans display images very quickly by completely refreshing the screen with every frame. This allows quick movements to display in sharp detail.