HP Pavilion md5880n 1080p DLP TV reviewed
we first heard about at CES, and the verdict is overwhelmingly positive. The 118-pound wobulator takes up its fair share of living room space, but with a wide array of features, like built-in 2.1 sound, 1080p resolution, a menu system that's "just about perfect," and an extensive array of picture tweaking options, the trade-off is easily justified. The inputs, which are conveniently located in the front of the TV, include two HDMIs, two component-videos, a VGA, CableCard and two RF inputs, as well as a USB port for firmware upgrades. At $3,500, it's a lot cheaper than most other, flatter alternatives, so you might even have enough money left over to keep your PS3 fund alive.
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