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Tech News: Sceptre Brings First Ever 27″ LCD HDTV

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What?s going on Bitbaggers? I know I?m not one to post much technology news, but some will give you what I have and let you do with it what you will. Many of this gaming generation revolves around high definition and wide screen visuals. On that note I?ve got a pretty snazzy HDTV to tell you about.

Today I have some information on a small but heavy in features LCD HDTV. Sceptre is not a name I?ve heard of before, but doesn?t mean that the technology is not of good quality. Anyone remember how Vizio started out?

The new television features rapid 5 ms response time, 100,000:1 contrast ratio and multiple HDMI and USB ports in one ultra-slim, 27? lightweight unit. What?s not to love? Most of the hardcore crowd already have a 1080p 36? and above HDTV, but for those that just don?t have the bank for such a big screen, it doesn?t mean that you can?t jump into the HD market and still save your wallet any big pain.

Cathy Chou, vice president of operations Sceptre is quoted as saying:

?Not only do the on-screen images look stunningly crystal clear and flawless, the unit itself also adds beauty and personality to any home d?cor, available in a sleek black finish, these units enhance rather than detract from a home?s aesthetic appeal, unlike bulkier units on the market.?

Let me just give you the tech specs now so you can decide if this new line of smaller HDTVs are the right fit for your home and budget. You can pick these new 27-inch LCD HDTVs in black for $449 MSRP at Target, Sears, Costco and NewEgg. For more information, visit www.sceptre.com for more details on these and other HDTVs offered by Sceptre.

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS:

Contrast ratio 100,000:1
Response Time 5 ms
3 x HDMI
Aspect Ratio 16:9 Wide Screen
Resolution 1920 x 1080
Energy Star 4.0 complied
PC Compatible
USB port
2 x 5W Stereo Speaker

As a final note: In addition to the three HDMI ports, the integrated USB port allows you to connect cameras and music players to? view digital photos and listen to your music. These ports are found on the side of the TV and on the back.

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