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Element 40-inch ELEFW408 HDTV price helps review verdict

It’s around this time of the year that we see an increase in the popularity of some of the more obscure TV brands, with Element being a fine example of that. Take the Element 40-inch class ELEFW408 1080p, 60Hz Direct-Lit LED HDTV for example, this is certainly going to prove very popular in the coming weeks.


With this in mind we know that there will be some of you looking for an Element 40-inch ELEFW408 HDTV review to see if it’s worth the purchase, and so the best way to gather this information is by looking at reviews from those that have already purchased one, as they have an unbiased opinion.

Before we go into that, we thought you might want a taster of its specs first, which consists of a 40-inch Direct-Lit LED panel with a 1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution, True 16:9 aspect ratio with 1080p and a 60Hz refresh rate. As ever the viewing angles are 176-degree vertical and 176-degree horizontal. There’s a built-in digital tuner, and comes with 3 HDMI inputs, allowing you to connect a streaming stick to make this a Smart TV.

In terms of the Element 40-inch ELEFW408 price, we could see it reduced to as low as $125, which is certainly a bargain for a 40-inch TV wouldn’t you say?

Do not take our word for it though, listen to what Walmart customers have been saying – well 98 of them in all, as that’s how many user reviews there are. Reading over some of them it’s clear that the features of this TV is not going to blow your mind, but its low price certainly helps to give this model more positive reviews.

What are your thoughts on this Element 40-inch TV?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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