The Sony KDL-32W705B it's a 32 inches tv, very appropriate for a medium size kitchen or even for gaming, if you stay really close.
It's not expensive at all and still it offers all you can ask from a tv: very nice picture with accurate colours (Sony does that with most of the tvs), good black levels, a good media player (not great like Samsung has, but still good), and the sound, well, just like any other tv, we can never say it's good, we'll always need a good receiver and speakers if we want to experience good cinema experience.
This model doesn't have 3D compatibility. I don't care, I almost never use this feature, but if you want this you just have to choose another model or brand.
I also don't care about the Smart functions, but this tv it has a lot of this: YouTube, Twitter, BBC, Netflix, Amazon, Skype (you will need a special camera if you want to use this feature) and many more. All this is possible with a cable connection through the ethernet socket, or just using the Wi-Fi integrated adapter.
Even if this tv it's not so big, it still has 4 hdmi ports (including 1 ARC, which is very good if you connect this to your receiver) and 2 USB ports for our sticks or external hdd.
Through DLNA we can see any video, audio and picture files we have in our computer and with the NFC display we can mirror our smartphones on the tv screen.
The screen is 32 inch, with others in this type being larger and smaller, (the 32 in the name means 32 inch, so you know the size of the screen by reading the name)
The tv itself is about 72 cm wide, 43cm high and just over 6cm thick, which means that it can sit on a bracket on the wall without sticking out too much, and as it weighs short of 8kg it should not rip walls down if you do put it on the wall.
It has a selection of sockets on the rear, scart, HDMI input, USB input, Ethernet and more.
It does come with a plastic stand if you're not into wall mounting, with the stand being wide enough to stop the television from falling over, even when it gets knocked a little.
It has the standard Electronic program guide, (EPG), so that you can see what's coming up later, or up to seven days later. You can set the television to swap channels by setting a reminder on the EPG, this then turns to the chosen program when it's due to come on.
The speakers add up to 10watt, (5watt each).
You can change the sound and picture quality using one of the eleven settings, such as 'sport', 'gaming', Cinema and more, many more. This helps give a more pleasing screen and sound when watching the right setting.
It comes with a remote which looks similar to other remote having all the buttons and the like in the usual places.
The picture quality is excellent, without a doubt, and would be useful when it comes to HD channels.
The built in speakers are excellent, being capable of begin loud without an of that annoying back ground sound that some speakers give out.
It has the standard built in freeview with EPG to let you know what's on the television for the coming week.
They do do this television in a variety of screen sizes, with the prices varying a lot. This one sells for about £150 or so.
If you are after a television like this then makes sure that you take note that the size of the screen is in the name of the television.
Energy Efficiency Class A / Display size (centimeters): 80 / Display size (inch): 32 / Power consumption switched on: 39 W / Power consumption (Standby): 0,5 W / Pixels: 1920 x 1080 Bild: Gerätetyp: Edge LED Bildqualität: 1080p (Full HD)