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    I will be buying a TV soon and I would like to know what my best option within 40k is. I'd like it to be Full HD and have options like Youtube, Netflix and the option to cast screens from a phone without a chromecast. I will also be attaching my computer to it and using my computer to browse the web as well as occasionally play games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sammi View Post
    I will be buying a TV soon and I would like to know what my best option within 40k is. I'd like it to be Full HD and have options like Youtube, Netflix and the option to cast screens from a phone without a chromecast. I will also be attaching my computer to it and using my computer to browse the web as well as occasionally play games.
    Sony Bravia W700C 32" or R353C 40" you have to buy from unofficial importers though to get them below 40k

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