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Old 08-26-2011, 03:53 PM
 
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SunBriteTV 2310HD - 23" LCD TV

Rating: 3 out of 5
  • Currently 3.0/5.0

Most of our time when we're not busy working or playing on the computer, we are watching a good program on T.V.

Unlike 30 years ago, we have a higher demand on what a true watching experience should look like. Now we have an industry standard, HD-TV. If you want to see how T.V. should look like, you need high definition.
It may or may not be important to people to have a great looking T.V. You really don't need one of those, do you? Of course you do. That outdated, spot-old T.V. needs to be donated. You need high-def. And a flat LCD. Flat is so much better. It looks like you're getting more screen. And HD. There's a big difference between HD and SD.
SD doesn't offer you everything. And by that I mean "seeing everything." You see everything in SD of course, but you're still missing the BIG picture let's say. 23" isn't very big. Well in high-def, I wouldn't care all that much. This TV is savvin', has what you need for gaming power, that's for sure! Can't miss a thing!

The SunBriteTV 2310HD - 23" LCD TV offers you great picture and sound. LCD-HD offers you a viewers' world of tomorrow.

Overview:

-Brand Name: SunbriteTV.
-Model: 2310HD.
-Display Technology: TFT active matrix.
-Display Size: 23 inches.
-Image Aspect Ratio: 16:9.
The Good: 1366 x 768 resolution, 16:9 aspect ratio; 700:1 contrast ratio & 160 x 140 H/V viewing angle. Sharp image. Crisp audio sound. Durable LCD screen. No matter the venue, it looks fine just about anywhere. Excellent for games and movies.

The Bad: The price, topping at $1,929.00. Way too much money, even for an HD unit.

Overall rating of this product. Including cost, performance, brand. "3.1."

Review by professional reviewer, Aug. 25, 2011
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