Posts Tagged: "cable box"

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Gefen Wireless Extender for HDMI 60 GHz Review

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here was a time when a living room made space to accommodate the TV — now it’s the other way around. Flat panel blend into walls or sit demurely on cabinets that add to the room’s decor, instead of drawing attention to it. But no matter how inconspicuous, the cable...

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LG 29LN450W 21:9 29″ Ultrawide TV Review

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hybrid is often touted as providing the best of both worlds — in the case of the LG 29LN450W 21:9 29″ Ultrawide TV, a widescreen HDTV shares identity with a high-definition computer monitor. That the two work effectively combined is not surprising, although as can be seen, the 21:9 aspect...

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Sceptre X405BV-FMDU 40” LED HDTV Review

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t’s not enough that you can watch televisions shows or movies on TVs, no, they must access the Internet and stream video and do any number of things that has nothing to do with the picture. But if you’re looking for a reasonably priced, reasonably large HDTV, then the Sceptre...

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LG LA7400 55” Cinema 3D TV with Smart TV Review

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e’ve reached the point where HDTVs just having a high definition picture (1080p) isn’t enough; it now has to be as souped up as any smartphone. But while there’s no denying that “smart TV” features are welcomed, it still always comes down to the “build” of the LCD panel that...

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Belkin G1V1000 @TV Plus Review

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 Some reviews are difficult not because of the technology discussed, but because the purpose of that technology doesn’t come across as having any value. We can all say that TV has its good moments amidst the bad — and that’s why we watch so much of it. But not in...

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Slingbox PRO-HD Review

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It’s a given that a mobile device is carrying around video content — smartphones and tablets aren’t “glorified” MP3 players, after all. But there seems to be a disconnect between the content you can view in your home — i.e., on the television — and that which you can take...