- Dynamic 100,000:1 contrast ratio
- 120Hz for smooth high motion images
- Energy efficient LED edge lit panel
- 3 HDMI inputs, VGA computer input
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Read reviews with skepticism 08/14/2013
This review is from: Westinghouse 40" 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV - EW40T4FW
Price, obviously. For a TV of this size with these specs the price is a steal. There are 23" computer monitors at my local big-box retailer that cost more than this thing. Also, free shipping. Or should I say FREE SHIPPING! Shipping for an item this size could easily run 50-80 bucks, and that's for a slowboat ship method, not express.
Quality. Obviously, when you spend less than three bills for a 40" high-def TV you are not going to get a Sharp Aquos. If you think you are, then you're an idiot and at least do the rest of us a favor and do your whining in quiet. Nobody likes a crybaby, especially a crybaby who's whining because he did not get Dom Perignon quality on a Bud Lite budget.
Read these reviews with skepticism. There's always one maladjusted malcontent who orders something like this and is then disappointed because he did not, in fact, get a top of the line TV for less than $300. For example, if you study the language it becomes obvious that the four negative reviews of this TV were written by the same guy, who came in under at least three bogus user IDs to review-bomb the product. Okay, we understand that you were disappointed with that massive "cluster" of bad pixels you had staring at you from your eagerly-anticipated new(ish) TV, and that you became despondent because your LCD failed and "rainbowed" across its upper half, and we all have deep sympathy for your grevious loss. But you could have said it just once, you know. Most of us both read and understand English and got it the first time. I hate to have to speak so frankly to you during your time of grief, but you know that's a chance you take when you BUY A REFURBISHED 40" HI-DEF TV FOR UNDER 300 EFFIN' DOLLARS. In the future, I recommend you spare your self the risk of horror and loss, and spend at least $4000 on your next TV. And avoid at all costs purchasing a refurbed product. Yes, it's an awful lot of money, but what cost is your peace of mind and sanity worth? Your welcome, and G o d bless.
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