Sony KDL-32L5000 TV Review

When you compare various entry-level LCDs in the price range of the Sony KDL-L5000 series, you’ll notice a few that cost a bit less. But for a Sony TV, this set is remarkably affordable, and its design, anchored by a sleek exterior and Sony’s typical remote and menu prowess, stands ...

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Samsung LN26B360 TV Review

To a bargain HDTV shopper, the array of small-screened LCDs must seem inexhaustible and indistinguishable, but among recent models we’ve reviewed, the Samsung LNB360 stands out with the best picture quality. It’s no reference-level display, mind you, but it managed to beat out the competition in the important arena of ...

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Westinghouse SK-26H640G TV Review

Much like Vizio, budget TV brand Westinghouse has decided to capitalize on the usual energy-efficiency of small-screened LCDs. Its “greenvue” line, which includes the SK-H640G series, is said to surpass Energy Star by 20 percent. That’s not a very high standard yet, however, and according to our tests, the 32-incher, ...

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FLO TV Review

There’s something comforting about having a TV on. Whether at the doctor’s office, the airport, or your uncle Ned’s, the passive kind of boredom-breaking entertainment television provides is without equal. Very different from the experience of loading up an iPod or Zune with half-hour episode of your favorite prime time ...

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Philips PVD900 TV Review

Philips makes a few portable DTV models, including the 9-inch PVD900/37 reviewed here, as well as the step-down 7-inch PVD700/37 and PET729/37, which combines a portable DVD player with a 7-inch DTV. The PVD900, which online costs a little more than $150, looks and feels like your typical inexpensive tablet-style ...

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