Teac has launched its first full back-lit LED TV, the 32-inch DLE3289HD. The television uses a sheet of LEDs to light its LCD panel, with theoretically better picture quality than a comparable edge-lit LED screen.
This TV is unique in that it's one of the only LED back-lit LCD TVs in the smaller 32-inch size, but also in its low price. Most LED back-lit TVs cost around $2000 and above, but Teac is selling the DLE3289HD at a quarter of that price.
With a 1366x768pixel, non-Full HD screen, the Teac DLE3289HD can record TV to USB, and play media files off a connected external hard drive or flash drive. It has three HDMI ports and VGA for connecting a PC, as well as older analog inputs like component and composite.
The DLE3289HD has a recommended retail price pegged at $499, but can already be found slightly cheaper: it's $446 at JB Hi-Fi.