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LG 42PJ350 Assessment: 42 Inch Razor Frame HD All set 600Hz Plasma Tv

03rd May 2011
It arrives with a guarantee of two ages for the panel and one 12 months for the parts and Labor. The shade and image can be controlled in six modes and eight modes respectively. It has an inbuilt picture wizard II to command the video clip.Audio The audio... Read >
Author: Kristopher Koch

LG 42LD450 Review

01st March 2011
The reasonably priced 42-inch LG 42LD450 LCD HIGH DEFINITION TV is a great answer to experience an HD entertainment. It carries a full 1080p HD resolution for a crystal-clear image quality, AV Modes to improve the image according to what you are watching ... Read >
Author: Elbert Hurst

A Review Of The Philips 46PFL7605/12

08th December 2010
The Philips Ambilight 46PFL7605H is an HDTV with a 46 inch LED backlit screen. This set supports video up to 1080p, with a response time of two milliseconds and a refresh rate of 100Hz. Philips takes advantage of this fast display by using their Pixel Pre... Read >
Author: Robin Hansen

Videocon LCD TVs : Technology at its Best

22nd January 2010
Videocon is a leader in the electronic goods space. Videocon group has emerged as a USD 2.5 billion global conglomerate. Videocon group has launched a large number of products like Color Televisions, Washing Machines, Air Conditioners, Refrigerators, Micr... Read >
Author: johnwells

Panasonic Viera TH-50PZ800U vs. TH-50PZ850U

05th June 2009
The Panasonic Viera TH-50PZ800U and the Panasonic Viera TH-50PZ850U are two of the best 50-inch 1080p Plasma HDTV models released by Panasonic so far. They share several other similarities, too, as well as key differences which can help you better decide ... Read >
Author: Isabella Olsen

Advantages of Having Acer V Series V173 B LCD Monitor

26th April 2009
End where the days which we had big computers and can cost us so much. End where the days which we had the big monitors. Now why I am starting with these notations? Back then we all had these heavy equipments at home and just working on our big compute... Read >
Author: John Christian Smith
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