Continuing the fight to leave no inappropriate colon usage left untouched, Japanese manufacturer byd:sign
has announced a new LCD TV for those looking for a little small-screen action. While the 15-inch LN-1502AY likely won't fulfill all your couch potatoing needs, it should get the job done in an office or bedroom, with XGA resolution, 600:1 contrast ratio, 350cd/m2 brightness, and a 16ms response time. You'll also have to settle for a regular analog TV tuner, though it does boast DCDi technology by Faroudja, which promises to improve picture quality and reduce those nasty jagged lines (if you squint hard enough, you can pretend it's HD). Inputs are similarly lightweight, with just single composite, s-video, D2, and analog RGB ports, along with two RCA audio inputs and one stereo mini jack. Getting this little numbers for yourself will set you back ¥34,800, or about $290.