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HP ships its new line of LCD and Plasmas

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 17 May 2007 13:45 User comments (3)

HP ships its new line of LCD and Plasmas On Thursday, computer giant HP began shipping its new line of HDTV LCDs and plasmas. The new line includes HP's first ever 1080p "direct-view" LCD sets.
The 42-inch LC4276N and 47-inch LC4776N can both achieve the full 1080p HD resolution and have an advertised 1,200:1 static contrast ratio. Each has 3 HMDI ports as well as a VGA connector and a RS232 port. The suggested retail prices are $1900 and $2500 respectively.

In the new line are two new 720p sets, the LC3272 and LC3772, which are 32 and 37 inches, and include the same ports. MSRP are $899 and $1,199 respectively.

Also included is two new plasma displays. The 42 inch PL4272N has a "wide-pixel 1024x768 resolution and a brighter 10,000:1 contrast ratio while the premium PL5027N adds a true 1366x768 panel and the same improved contrast." The MSRP on those two TVs are $1,399 and $2,099.

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Electronista

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3 user comments

117.5.2007 20:43

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The 42-inch LC4276N and 47-inch LC4776N can both achieve the full 1080p HD resolution and have an advertised 1,200:1 static contrast ratio. Each has 3 HMDI ports as well as a VGA connector and a RS232 port. The suggested retail prices are $1900 and $2500 respectively.
These are not bad prices for the HP product. It sounds reasonable.

217.5.2007 21:11

yeah, They're smart. They know what they're doing. I would pick Hp over Dell anyday.

319.5.2007 17:30

These prices really are getting to be reasonable. The competition is just getting more intense. Anything for the almighty dollar.

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