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HDTV Resolutions 720p and 1080p Explained

Resolution is the most-talked-about HD TV specification. It deals with the sharpness of the screen. By now you've all heard the terms 720p and 1080p.This article will give you a little insight into what resolution is and why it's important.

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What TV to buy? LCD, LED, or Plasma

tvroom.jpgOver the last few years, the price of HDTVs has plummeted but buying a hi-definition television can still be a mind-boggling experience. Today there are three basic types of technology for you to consider: Plasma, LCD, and LED. All of these are thin enough to hang on a wall and produce stunning highly-detailed images.

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Buying an HDTV

television.jpgForty years ago, buying a new TV was easy. You had your choice between black and white or color and you chose the one you could afford. Today, things have really changed. Now we have LCD, Plasma, LED, 3D, and Internet-connected TVs to name just a few. The choices can be mind-boggling, but this article will at least give you a place to start.

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Blu-ray - Worth the Upgrade?

cd .jpgIs it time to buy a Blu-ray DVD player? Do you have to purchase all new DVDs? Will you see a difference? Is it worth it? -- I'll try to answer all of these questions by telling you about my recent upgrade to Blu-ray.

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3D TV -- A Look into 2011

Have you looked for a new TV lately? Well, if you have then you will have looked at 3D TVs. This year at the Consumer Electronic Show 2011, manufacturers were pushing hard for 3D TV. Here's what you need to know about it.

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Blu-ray Benefits

cd .jpgYou may have heard of Blu-ray DVD disks and players, but do you know the advantages they offer? Not only do they have a better picture, but your old DVDs will look better too. Read all about it.

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Watch TV on Your Computer with Hulu

television.jpgIf you haven't yet tried watching television on your computer, now may be the time for you to give it a try. You can often find the show that you missed without having to shell out money to the cable company for a digital video recorder. Perhaps the best part is that you can find lots of great old shows and can even get caught up on a series that you want to see from the beginning.

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