The Super TV S40 is a 39″ LCD TV that costs just $247!

Another reason for people outside of China to turn green in envy is this 39-inch TV that can be bought for a shade under $250 — but only for buyers in China!

The Super TV S40 comes with a 39-inch LCD screen with a 1080p resolution and a host of other features and functionalities, which include an HDMI-out port, 3x USB 2.0 ports, a dual-core 1GHz processor, 1GB of RAM and a 4GB hard drive (had to remind myself this was a TV and not a smartphone at this point!). This pretty much eliminates the need for an Android-powered TV box, except the fact that there is no WiFi/Bluetooth on board.

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Buyers in China can also avail LeTV membership valued ¥490 (~$81) which provides access to a few iCNTV-based services. The Super TV S40 is priced just ¥1,499 (~$247) after a drop of ¥500 (~$83).

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  1. Danial
    December 17, 2013

    is it possible for international buyers such as me ,to recieve this via post? i mean are they selling it internationally or it is sold just in china?

    • December 17, 2013

      Only China for now, you can try your luck with resellers

  2. ursus
    December 17, 2013

    where I can to buy this TV?

    • Markoff
      December 19, 2013

      nowhere, even in China is waiting period for this crap noname TV 5 weeks

  3. Sergei Makarov
    December 17, 2013

    so cheap

    • Markoff
      December 19, 2013

      330USD for noname 39″ TV is not good price in China, for same price you can buy some real Chinese brand in China, although without smart functionality which is matter of maybe 20USD

  4. Roberto Tomás
    December 17, 2013

    At this point I am needing wi-fi, MHL, and hdmi 2.0

  5. Dominic
    December 17, 2013

    Nice specs and price but I’d still buy the mitv instead. If only xiaomi expanded all their products to Taiwan. We only have a fraction of the china store.

    • Markoff
      December 19, 2013

      it’s not actually, the price is not special at all, just another noname TV with built-in Android, same as you can buy separately for same price without 5 weeks waiting period

  6. Markoff
    December 19, 2013

    please stop bullshitting people, it is impossible to buy these LeTV products without yearly subscription which cost 490RMB, so total price for this TV is basically 2000RMB (330USD) which is nothing special for 39″ TV in China, I was in market for 39-42″ TV recently so I am very well aware what’s available, the cheapest decent Microstar 42″ cost 1900RMB below price of this 39″ and if you wanna smart functionality it’s just matter of few RMB USB/HDMI dongle with Android which is much more flexible option since you can plug it into any TV, all these smart TVs are famous for restarts and all kind of problems so it’s better to avoid them + thy are total noname brand sold under LeTV sticker, it’s not Changhong, Haier, TCL or any famous Chinese brand, just some stupid noname

    for price of this TV it’s no problem to buy in China decent 39″ TV with real brand like Changhong or TCL, just without smart functionality (as I said matter of few RMB)

    so LeTV can go back home especially with their 5-6 weeks waiting period, when I ordered TV from south China to Beijing it was in my apartment in 54 hours since placing order

    you can check prices of 39″ TV sorted by price in China for example here to see for yourself you can buy also noname LED TV from HKC for 1800 and for saved 190 easily buy Android dongle and have same as this “great” offer from LeTV without 5-6 weeks waiting period:
    list . jd . com/737-794-798-0-3225-0-0-0-0-0-1-3-1-1-1-72-4137-0.html

    Yash I would appreciate if you would write about something you have clue about, are you even located in China, I doubt so.

    • Tota LeClipsue
      March 25, 2014

      Well… The TVs are being produced in partnership with Sharp, Qualcomm, Taiwanese electronics contract manufacturer Foxconn (2038.HK; 2354.TW), and China Central Television (CCTV)’s national online TV station CNTV.

      LeTV “Super TVs” feature Sharp display panels, Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Prime processors (quad-core, 1.7 GHz), 2.4G/5G dual-band Wi-Fi connectivity, integrated mainboards, 1080P video, and access to the LeTV Store.

      I must say that I’ve had much greater experiences with Sharp, for example, than with most, if not all the brands that you mentioned..

      It’s not a bad deal, bro! 😉

      • Markoff
        March 25, 2014

        both 42″ LED Full HD Panda for 2100RMB in the end with LG screen from well known CN brand, unlike this noname product with questionable HW, if you would read actual reviews of people who bought this crap (LeTV and other noname smart tv) you would think twice, people complain about random restarts and bad quality