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Falling right in line with just about every other LCD manufacturer, NuVision will be incorporating 120Hz tech into its Lucidium line of LCDs later this year. But we all know that \"120 Hz\" spec won't stand out on the box art, so the company is calling it FX5, or \"Film Times Five.\" At least this name

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NuVision has just recently started shipping its Lucidium Deep Black LCD HDTVs out to anxious consumers, but before you go making any rash decisions about picking one up sign unseen, why not give Ultimate AV Mag's review a once over? The $4,199 (MSRP) set proved to be a mixed bag during testing, pri

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NuVision already shipped the big boys in its Lucidium Deep Black LCD family back in January, but now it's boxing up a couple more and sending 'em on their way. As of now, the 22-inch (NVU22L) and 32-inch (NVU32L) iterations are shipping out for $749 / $1,399, and if you were curious about the other

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NuVision, a Scottsdale, Arizona-based maker of LCD televisions, has just announced an veritable avalanche of new models on the way, and we've got all the succulent details. The new displays feature the company's Digital Switching Deep Black (DSDB) technology, which supposedly adjusts backlight sett

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NuVision, a Scottsdale, Arizona-based maker of LCD televisions, has just announced an veritable avalanche of new models on the way, and we've got all the succulent details. The new displays feature the company's Digital Switching Deep Black (DSDB) technology, which supposedly adjusts backlight sett

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