Japanese manufacturer O'ZZIO has announced a new entry in its St'yleVis'ion line of LCD TVs, with the 32-inch HDV-32B1 set to hit store shelves in Japan this November. Apparently retailing for a budget-priced ¥79,900 ($670), this one boasts a 1,366 x 768 resolution, 450cd/m2 brightness, 1,000:1 contrast ratio, and an 8ms response time -- and, should you choose to use 'em, built-in speakers pumping out a room-rocking 10 watts each. While it cuts corners on price (and style), it doesn't seem to skimp on inputs, with single HDMI, D4, and component ports, pairs of s-video and composite, and an analog RGB rounding out the lineup. Of course, actually getting one of these over here would likely cost far more than it's worth, so we'll just have to live vicariously through our Japanese readers and hope some other companies take the cue and start an all out LCD price war.