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I do not own an Xbox so can not confirm conectivity. However this TV has 2x HDMI ports and a scart port so I would imagine this would OK. Todays LCD TVs tend to have a lifespan of 6-10 years. Panasonic has always been associated with premium quality so should provide a long life span.
14 Feb 2014 by Rico1
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Sorry I am unable to answer question - the television was purchased for my father who passed away just after the purchase and we gave the tele way.
28 Sep 2014 by Trixie
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It's both. The "LED" bit just refers to the backlighting method. The screen is an LCD (just like every other "LED" TV), it's just lit with LED's instead of a florescent panel. See http://www.techradar.com/news/television/home-cinema/led-tv-what-you-need-to-know-900600
16 Jun 2014 by Mike
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Hi there, The standard postage is £53.86 on a pallet service to mainland UK. For Isle of Wight, Isle of Man and Scottish Highlands it is usually slightly higher and we are unable to ship to the Channel Islands on a pallet. Many Thanks
8 Apr 2014 by Miss L. Schmitz
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ideal. Use a short HDMI connector, nice and neat.
26 Jan 2014 by alibongo
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In my opinion, Mr Ben is wrong. This is great TV, fabulous value. I watch HD films downloaded via the usb port, very enjoyable.
28 Feb 2014 by alibongo
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I have got the 42" not the 50" and do not know anything technical about televisions sorry!
6 Jun 2014 by Elizabeth Anne Simcox
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We use the 40inch version for online fps without problems, in fact it is great. We also have a wifi setup, and that is as fast as we can play, so maybe the belief that wifi is too slow for online playing is no longer relevant with today's equipment.
21 Dec 2013 by alibongo
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