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Envision unveils Omni series high def displays

Written by Dave Horvath @ 14 Nov 2007 18:18 User comments (3)

Envision unveils Omni series high def displays Based out of Fremont, California, Envision Peripherals Inc. introduced its Omni Series displays today showcasing stylish high performance LCD TVs including an impressive wide-screen 42-inch Envision L42W761.
"Envision's new HDTV's are the perfect complement to any home or office setting," said Michael Lien, GM, North America Brand Sales. "With a combination of sleek sophistication, remarkable picture and sound quality and total ease of use, the Omni Series TVs are the perfect gifts for someone seeking the ultimate theater experience."

Each of the new 26-, 32- and 42-inch TVs boasts High-Definition capability with ATSC and digital clear-QAM tuners, providing crystal clear reception of over-the-air HD broadcasts and enabling them to Decode clear channels transmitted digitally over cable without the need for separate set-top receiver boxes. Advanced connectivity options allow simultaneous access to multiple digital multimedia devices including DVRs, Blu-ray or HD-DVD players, game consoles, digital photo and video cameras and PCs.

The 42-inch L42W761 has a 1200:1 contrast ratio, (1366 X 768) and comes equipped with two video and two HDMI inputs to simplify cabling and deliver distortion-free all-digital audio and video quality. Priced at $999 the unit is available in stores and online on November 23.

Envision also offers 26-inch and 32-inch wide screen LCD HDTVs each equipped with video and HDMI input with 800:1 and 1500:1 contrast ratios, respectively. The L26W761 and L32W761 are currently available through select retailers and online for MSRPs of $479 and $649.

Source:
Envision Press Release

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3 user comments

114.11.2007 19:12
vinny13
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Never heard of'em... They any good?

214.11.2007 20:44

I own one of their 21in WS computer monitors and I love it.

Although I've never seen their products in a "brick and mortar" retail store...only online.

33.12.2007 0:33

sounds preety nifty. the price is really good as well.

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