They could offer a list of all specs, i.e., Inputs/Outputs, remote.
Yah, it could be due to this being a price-leader model with sub-impressive specs.
The panel itself barely covers 720p (1280x720) at 1366x768.
Don’t let the pixel-distance-X theorists try to tell you the difference between 720p and 1080p doesn’t matter on a 32 (or 24) inch TV. The difference is very noticeable. Especially at the shorter distances at which people tend to view these smaller TVs (countertops, tables, desks).
And you need at least 1080p to dual-use it as a second monitor.
It has 2xHDMI, 1xComponent/Composite, RF, and 1xUSB inputs. It has an ATSC (digital) tuner. Can’t speak to whether the factory remote is what is in the box, but since it appears to be Samsung-refurbed, it is likely the factory remote.
Bestbuy is clearing these out at $129, brand new. Several of our local mid/large metro market Bestbuys have them available.
$119 Woot! price is hardly a deal, even if you luck out and get a buyers remorse returned TV, rather than a lemon.
Good morning. We’ve added a link to the specs.