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Something to watch is the difference between an HDTV ready TV and a dedicated HDTV Television
well...it's a viewsonic...which probably contributes to it's price..i'm not good with all the tv specs but...it's probably not got the same image quality as some of the name brand tv's (concidering that none of the name brands share the same quality...even within the same price range)...it might be a good idea..if you can...to go and actually see the tv and make sure that the image quality is where you want it to be
A HD Ready tv means you may have to purchase an HD adapter to view HD signals. A dedicated HD tv will have it built in.
Thats about the extent of my knowledge.
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