Our pals over at Newegg have slashed the price of the LG 60LD550 60-inch 1080p HDTV by 56%, a savings of $1,569.99 off the original price, so we had to feature it as our Deal of the Day. You end up with a 60-inch LCD TV for just $1,369.98, and you don't even have to pay extra for shipping:
Don’t forget, if you’re looking for other deals, be sure to check out our Newegg Promo Code thread.
Sony’s Wireless Power Transfer can broadcast power at 60 watts of electrical energy to a device that is up to 20-inches away. There’s an official press release that tells all about it. We’d like to think that we’re looking at the future of TV right here.
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Sharp is aiming to help eliminate at least one set-top box from your rack with their BD-series Aquos LCD HDTVs, which come with a Blu-ray player packed in to the television unit, announced today at CES 2009. If interested, you can pick one up later this month in 32-, 37-, or 42-inch flavors, or if you need something larger, next month the 46- and 52-inch models drop. These also bost the Superlucent ASV panel technology which means less glare in the end, and a brighter picture. It also does 24p through HDMI, in case you have an old HD DVD player you have lying around that you want to use (since the included Blu-ray technology doesn’t use up an HDMI port.) QAM and ATSC tuners along with RS-232C inputs round this one out. Full release after the break.