Date: December 1st, 2003
Article by: Nathan Glentworth
(Owner, Head Editor & Hardware Reviewer)
Product was donated by: Merconnet
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In today's media filled world, the average everyday Joe
plugs into the television network from time to time to catch up on the
latest news, to watch their favorite TV show, or just to relax and kick
up your heels. But oddly enough, the relaxing area has partly moved
out of the normal suburbanite livingroom and has been transplanted to
just about anywhere in the home or office.
Because of this, a need for a normal large bulky TV is
really not needed. This is why LCD TVs are beginning to get very popular.
With a very small overall footprint, an LCD can be neatly placed on
your office desk or bedside table, in your bathroom or if you are a
little adventurous, even in your car.
Today I will be reviewing a small seven inch LCD Widescreen
TV that not only allows you to watch your favorite cable/antenna programs,
but does a pretty decent job displaying a widescreen 16:9 formatted