Since it first launched, Sony's 20-inch Bravia KDL-S2020 LCD TV -- complete with HD Ready resolution and connections -- has dropped dramatically in price.
It's now looking to be one heck of bargain for around £500.
The 20S2020 does seem fearsomely well specified for such an affordable TV. For starters, there's the widescreen HD Ready pixel count of 1,366x768, a high resolution that seldom finds its way on to TVs of this size.
Then there's the way the 20S2020 backs this initial high-definition credential up with HDMI and component video inputs for piping in hi-def sources, as well as providing a D-Sub PC port so that the TV can double up as a computer monitor. Such dual functionality really is invaluable on a portable-sized TV, in our opinion.
More good news comes with the discovery that the 20S2020 sports a digital Freeview tuner, complete with all the expected secondary functionality, such as digital teletext and seven-day electronic programme guide support.
Having pressed all the right feature buttons, it would be tragic if the 20S2020 let us down with its performance. But it doesn't. Not by a long chalk.
Its picture quality is in a different league to that of most small-screen rivals, delivering black-level depths and vibrant colour saturations that wouldn't look out of place on 'main room' TVs at the 32-inch and bigger level.