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Vizio VP422HDTV10A


$799.00 Released August, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Picture is very sharp, excellent resolution. Priced much lower than competing models of this size. Colors are fairly accurate and have good depth.

The Cons:Not very durable, picture fades after the first year or two. Can't quite hit 1080p natively, which causes some slightly noticeable blur when watching Blu-ray or playing PS3 games in 1080p mode.

The Vizio VP422HDTV10A is a high definition plasma television. It has a 42 inch display and can show 16.7 million colors in a 30,000:1 contrast ratio, which means the colors are vibrant and it is possible to get true-to-life images.

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There is support for standards from 480i to 1080i, but no support for 1080p. The 178 degree viewing angle allows the display to be viewable from extreme angles, making it usable as a presentation display. PC input allows for resolutions up to 1366x768. An integrated digital QAM television tuner allows for acceptance of these high definition signal standards without the need for an external digital box. The base can be removed, if desired, for wall mounting.

Features

  • 42 inch HDTV
  • Plasma Panel Technology
  • 16.7 Million colors
  • 30,000:1 Contrast Ratio
  • Supports 480i (SDTV), 480P (EDTV), 720P (HDTV), 1080i (HDTV)
  • Computer support: 800 x 600, 1024 x 768, 1366 x 768
  • 178 Degree Viewing Angle
  • 60,000 Hours to Half Original Brightness
  • Integrated Digital/QAM television tuner
  • HDMI, RGB (VGA) and Component inputs.
  • 178 Degree Viewing Angle
  • Removable base

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    picture is very sharp, excellent resolution

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    priced much lower than competing models of this size

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    colors are fairly accurate and have good depth

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    can be viewed from any angle in the room, doesn't fade

  • 1

    tuner finds all available stations and works pretty quickly

Cons
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    not very durable, picture fades after the first year or two

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    can't quite hit 1080p natively, which causes some slightly noticeable blur when watching Blu-ray or playing PS3 games in 1080p mode

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