television

Toshiba 32E200U LCD Television Review-Terrific Overall System

We’ve been saving you money left, right and center this week, with a look at a whole bunch of LCD televisions, and today will be no exception as we settle in to check out the Toshiba 32E200U, an LCD television that will make your content look nice, and your wallet be greatly relieved by the savings. read more…

LG 32LD450 LCD Television Review-Good In The Right Conditions

We carry on with our look at LCD televisions this week by checking out a pretty nice model from LG, the LG 32LD450. You might not think it to look at it, but the LG 32LD450 is carrying a lot more features and benefits than you’d think it would. read more…

Vizio SV421XVT LCD Television Review-Better Than Youd Expect

You may not think much of the name Vizio, that it’s a little-known brand that’s going to get steamrollered in a wider market sense, but it’s definitely had some gains in recent months. read more…

Panasonic TC-L42U30 LCD Television Review

For those of you out there in the market for a new television, you may remain cheered up–despite the fact that the economy is still a wreck, you can always find a new television relatively inexpensively in many cases, and often still putting out a quality show. read more…

Panasonic TCP54G25 Plasma Television Review-Full of Utility

And now, we end a week of reviews with a look at another fine entrant in the Panasonic lineup. And what we’re closing out the week with is a look at the Panasonic TCP54G25.

The Panasonic TCP54G25 is a fifty four inch 1080p plasma television that offers Viera Cast systems for streaming access (including Skype, if you use an optional webcam attachment), 600 Hz subfield drive and a game mode for reduced blurring in fast motion settings, the Viera image viewer to look at pics off SD cards (not to mention take advantage of the SD card slot included in the set), THX certification, Viera Link to help control other Panasonic devices from one remote, two ten watt speakers with surround sound, three HDMI ports, two component inputs, two composite inputs, an ethernet jack, two USB ports, a PC input and digital audio output. read more…

Samsung PN50C680 Plasma Television Review-Fantastic All Around

It’s back to the Samsung pile to get us today’s dose of plasma fun, and we’ve got another great one in the form of the Samsung PN50C680. We’ve had a lot of good Samsungs, and thankfully, this one will match up. read more…

LG 60PZ550 Plasma Television Review-Impressive But Expensive

We’ve got something a bit unusual for you today, folks: it’s a little dose of LG plasma television in the form of the LG 60PZ550, a surprisingly potent plasma television.

The LG 60PZ550 is a sixty inch 1080p plasma television that offers 3D capability (when you add on the extra necessary components) as well as 2D to 3D conversion, the Dual XD engine, two ten watt speakers, 600 Hz sub field, the TruSlim frame for improved aesthetics, four HDMI ports, an optical audio output, a PC audio port, an Ethernet port, two component video ports, and two USB ports. read more…

Samsung PN50C450 Plasma Television Review-Mix of Fair and Foul

We’re going back into plasma televisions this week, because there are still plenty of models out there vying for your oh-so-valuable home theater dollars, and as such, we’ve got to do our best to help you figure out what’s already on hand. read more…

Samsung UN32B6000 LED Television Review

And now, we end a week of reviews with another fine entrant in the Samsung class, the pretty sweet–if a bit small–Samsung UN32B6000. It’s nothing big, but it’s still going to be impressive. read more…

JVC LT42P789 LED Television Review-Great For The iPod Lovers

Today we have a look at a little surprise from JVC, the LT42P789, a television that will be sort of a mixed bag. It does some things very well, but others, not so much. So lets take a look at the ups and the downs of this strange new JVC. read more…

Buffalos MiniStation puts HDD onto the television back

There are new ways of recording content for re-watching it later. You could get a DVR, but a lot of people are going into the HDD route.

What you are seeing on the back of this TV is a MiniStation, and it is designed to hold an HDD to the back of the TV to make it easy for the user to hook it up. read more…

Samsung UN55B8500 LED Television Review-It Does Everything Big

Samsung has given us a lot of televisions in our time, and they’ve done some amazing things. Their LED televisions are usually as high-quality as you’d expect, though you’ll pay a pretty hefty price for many of them. read more…

Proscan 32LED30QA LED Television Review-Lower End LED

We started out with a look at a Sceptre, and now we go on to another television from a brand name you may not otherwise be familiar with. Today we’re talking about the Proscan 32LED30QA, and though it may not be the best you’ve ever seen, it will put up a pretty nice value all the same. read more…

Sceptre E420BV-FHD LED Television Review-Flawed But Solid

This week, we’re going to go back to the LED television series, to give you a better idea of what all is out there in this new and exciting product line. While some are better than others, you’ll have a lot of good choices on hand, and one of these is the Sceptre E420BV-FHD. read more…

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