At a time when we're obsessing about Ultra HD TVs, curved TVs and all manner of fancy new smart TV technologies, there's something reassuringly 'mainstream' about the 32D3454DB.
It's clearly been created with laser-like precision to target a specific, relatively undemanding 'second room' market, focussing on utility features like DLNA streaming, its built-in DVD player, built-in Wi-Fi and a few online video streaming services.
It partners these extremely useful second-room features, moreover, with an aggressive price for a product from a household name brand, and while neither its pictures nor its sound are in any way exceptional they get the job done adequately for such a cheap TV.
Having white and black colour options to choose from is welcome, and the number of sources the set provides via DLNA, USB and online streaming overcome many of the content problems and limitations of second-room TVs. The DVD player section works decently too.
The set struggles in a number of ways during dark scenes and, in keeping with most cheap and small TVs, its sound quality is limited in terms of both bass and volume. The operating system can be sluggish too, effective viewing angles are limited, and dark scenes lack brightness.
The 32D3454DB's focus on providing more content options as easily as possible to second rooms is welcome, and will be enough in itself to win the set many fans. Especially given its keenly aggressive pricing and two colour options. Just bear in mind that these attractions are only attached to a fair to middling performer.