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Soyo's been marketing poorly-reviewed LCDs under the Honeywell name in the US for a few months now, and it looks like it's going to try and make up in size what it's lacked thus far in quality: get ready for the 82-inch 1080p Altura LE to hit a shopping channel near you. Actually, get ready for qui

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February 19, 2009 at 7:53AM
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Soyo's been marketing poorly-reviewed LCDs under the Honeywell name in the US for a few months now, and it looks like it's going to try and make up in size what it's lacked thus far in quality: get ready for the 82-inch 1080p Altura LE to hit a shopping channel near you. Actually, get ready for qui

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Remember that terrible Honeywell LCD reviewed a couple months back? Somehow SOYO and the HSN plan on convincing shut ins across the country that there will be a special debut February 7 as the Altura ML line hits the screen in 32- and 42-inch sizes with an extra long 5 year manufacturers warranty a

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We know what you're thinking: \"A Honeywell HDTV?\" Sad to say, the answer is \"yes, really,\" and it fared about as terribly as you probably expected it to. The 42-inch Altura MLX, which is formally known as the MT-HWJCT42B2AB, was recently critiqued by the crew over at CNET, and honestly, all's that

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We won't fault you if SOYO's 22-inch LCD HDTV (no really, that's the name) went in one ear and right out of the other when it was announced earlier this year, but if you're interested, it's available for delivery this very moment. Here's a refresher: it features a 1,000:1 contrast ratio, 2-milliseco

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For whatever reason, SOYO has a thing for introducing televisions and failing to name them, and yet again we're forced to wonder what incredibly random combination of letters and numbers could have been thrown together to make this one have even a semblance of a personality. Instead, we're stuck wit

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Apparently, Norcent isn't the only scarcely-mentioned company busting out some new kit at CES, as SOYO is also gearing up to show off a pair of impressive HDTVs in Vegas next week. It seems as though the firm is ditching the whole \"bigger is better\" mantra, and is instead focusing on squeezing more

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Apparently, Norcent isn't the only scarcely-mentioned company busting out some new kit at CES, as SOYO is also gearing up to show off a pair of impressive HDTVs in Vegas next week. It seems as though the firm is ditching the whole \"bigger is better\" mantra, and is instead focusing on squeezing more

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In what appears to be the conjoined twins of monitors, SOYO has just announced two models of dual-screen LCDs -- two 17-inch (or 19-inch) monitors attached at the side, but with a single base. Both models, the GVLM1728 and the GVLM1928, pack a 2560 x 1024 native resolution, 8ms response time, and 3

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