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Cyber Monday 32 Inch LCD HD TV

Last year i saw so many discounts for LCD. This year I saw fewer Cyber Monday promotion for LED TV because the prices were already low so no too much room to lower more. Why in past year the discounts were big? Easy: from late 2001 to 2006 an international criminal conspiracy to fix the prices of the LCD (liquid crystal display) panels used in these LCD TV, laptops, etc.

Anyway, this year are few but some interesting Cyber Monday deals . Let’s see the Cyber Monday 32 Inch LCD HDTV list below!

1. Sceptre X325BV-FHD 32-Inch 1080p 60HZ LCD HDTV

Sceptre X325BV-FHD 32-Inch 1080p 60HZ LCD HDTV

Sceptre X325BV-FHD features 1920×1080 resolution, 60Hz refresh rate, 16:9 Wide screen resolution, and 10Watts x 2 audio sound.

Pro:

  • Price low for 32 Inch LCD HDTV
  • Full HD

Cons:

  • Not so Sleek & Slim
  • Not high quality sound
Buy it now on AMAZON! Find more details about it!

 

2. Coby TF-TV3227 32-Inch 720p 60Hz LCD HDTV

 

Coby TF-TV3227

Coby TF-TV3227 features 720p, Built-in digital TV tuner, three HDMI , supports computer monitor connection and sound powered by SRS Labs

 

Pro:

  • Price low for 32 Inch LCD HDTV

Cons:

  • Not Full HD, only 720p
Buy it now on AMAZON! Find more details about it!

 

3. Sansui SLED3280 32-Inch Widescreen LED 1080p HDTV

 

sansui sled3280

Sansui SLED3280 features 1920 x 1080 native resolution, 35000:1 contrast ratio, 3-HDMI, component, 2-composite and VGA

Pro:

  • Price

Cons:

  • Not good picture quality if it is connected to a PC
Buy it now on AMAZON! Find more details about it!

Privacy LCD monitor

Sometime you want some privacy when you work at computer. Maybe you want to read some sensitive information and you work in the open space office. Or else… Anyway, a privacy LCD monitor is a must have in a lot of situations.

Privacy monitor

dimovi, an user from Instructables show us how to do transform a LCD monitor into a privacy LCD monitor. The method is simple: remove the polarizing film and glued a cutout made from this film to an pair of glasses. Now other people will see a blank screen but you will see all details… Cool!

See how to do it in below video:

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