Packard Bell’s HD LED TV: “Actually I preferred to be called Maestro”

Packard Bell, the highly regarded Taiwanese electronics company, have launched their stylish Maestro TV. This HD LED-backlit set is likely to become a focal point of lounges throughout the UK.

Owners of old-style box televisions may be interested to hear that the Maestro measures just 19mm in width. Movie lovers can experience all of their favourite flicks on the 16:9 widescreen and sports fans will enjoy seeing tackles and slams in glorious HD.


The dynamic contrast peaks at an impressive 12,000,000:1 and the digital HDMI™ connectivity allows the Maestro to become an integrated part of any hi tech entertainment system.

Packard Bell were keen to ensure that the TV was user friendly, which is why they kitted it out with 2 HDMI connectors and 1 USB connector. You will also discover a coixal connector for digital sound, SCART, VGA, PC and Audio-in and component connectors at the back of the Maestro.

This television has extremely advanced screen technology, combined with a 5mms response time, ideal for all of your gaming needs. It may be a struggle to keep children away from this exciting gadget.

You may not believe the sound quality produced by the 2X5 watt built in speakers, which allow for a fully immersive music experience.

Those people who want to show off their wedding and holiday piccies will be interested to hear that the Maestro can be connected to cameras and DVD players. If you’ve decided to hit the town for an all night party then you can record your favorite programmes using a 32GB USB key.

Those individuals who take their environmental responsibilities seriously may be interested to hear that the mercury-free LED panel uses 68% less energy than old CCFL panels. The Maestro is also fully compliant with Energy 5.0 saving standards.

This impressive new TV is currently on sale at the relatively inexpensive price of £250.