NeonIQ: The Latest Cheap TV Brand To Hit Australia

If you're looking to buy a new TV, there are two different options available to you. You can get yourself a big named brand from your local retail joint, or you can head online and try and pick up a much cheaper set from a less-known (or completely unknown) company. The neonIQ falls firmly in the second category.

That's not to say it's crap - we've learnt from experience with products from the likes of Kogan that just because it's cheap doesn't mean it's rubbish.

The neonIQ range of TVs, available exclusively through www.oo.com.au offer a range of screen sizes, with regular LCDs, LED backlit models, and models incorporating built-in DVD players (but no Blu-rays). There are 10 models in the range, detailed below:

* neoniQ 61cm (24”) Full HD 1080p LCD TV - $319.95 Built in HD Digital Tuner and HDMI input

* neoniQ 56cm (22”) HD LCD TV- $329.95 at Built-In Multi-Region DVD Player, integrated HD Tuner and HDMI input

* neoniQ 66cm (26”) HD LCD TV with Built-In DVD Player - $399.95 HD Panel, 1366 x 768 resolution, integrated HD Tuner, 2 HDMI inputs

* neoniQ 56cm (22”) Full HD 1080p LED TV - $439.95 White-Edge LED Technology, neoniQ Brighter Imaging System, USB Input and HDMI input

* neoniQ 81.3 cm (32”) HD LCD TV - $479.95 Built-In HD Digital Tuner, 1366 x 768 resolution and 2 HDMI inputs

* neoniQ 81.3cm (32”) Full HD LCD TV 1080p LCD TV - $549.95 Built-In HD Digital Tuner and HDMI output

* neoniQ 81.3cm (32”) HD LCD TV - $579.95 Built-In Multi-Region DVD Player, integrated HD Tuner and 2 x HDMI inputs

* neoniQ 106.7cm (42”) Full HD 1080p LCD TV - $779.95 Built-In HD Digital Tuner and 2 HDMI Inputs

* neoniQ 66cm (32”) Full HD 1080p LED TV - $849.95 White-Edge LED Technology, neoniQ Brighter Imaging System, 2 USB Inputs and 3 HDMI inputs

* neoniQ 107cm (42”) Full HD 1080p LED TV - $1299.95 White-Edge LED Technology, neoniQ Brighter Imaging System, 2 USB Inputs and 3 HDMI inputs

Seems like a pretty decent spec for a decent price, although specs are only half the picture when it comes to these lesser-known brands. Anyone interested in this range of displays?