I have personal experience with the Sony Bravia 32-inch TV. It has not disappointed as far as image quality, sound or ease of operation goes. As far as I’m concerned, all three of these things are very important factors when purchasing televisions. Sure, there are other factors as well. For example, the smaller 32-inch TV provides easy portability from one room to another. Why anyone would want to tote their TV around is beyond me; however some consumers seem to value this aspect. I suppose it would have something to do with the televisions smaller stature and thin profile. Grandma won’t appreciate such a skinny TV. Where is she to put her plants and crocheted doilies?
Such a compact TV can sit practically anywhere and not hog up too much space wherever it goes.
Another 32” television that is getting rave reviews is the VIZIO Razor LED High Definition TV. (Trivial Trivia: The name “Razor” comes from the razor-thin profile). I suppose including “High Definition” in the description is redundant, due to the fact that most, if not all, televisions these days offer High Definition capability in order to maximize our viewing pleasure. The backlight LCD display is also quite common as far as televisions go these days – long gone are the days of old where televisions sported the long, obtrusive tube on the backside (resembling the Hunchback of Notre Dame).
The VIZIO Razor features HD 720p display, 1366 x 768 and 100,000:1 composite ratio (Blacks are deeper and whites are brighter). USB port, HDMI, VGA input, along with a lot of other cables and ports that make this television quite easy to use. Cool factor: the Razor LED LCD HDTV includes touch sensitive controls that light up when you put your hand near it. The lights fade away when you remove your hand. I know this all seams the stuff of knight rider or air wolf but I assure the technology is here. Gone are the days “click click click” cranking the analog dial to reach one of the other 3 channels available and praying the president wasn’t giving a state of the union address as well as the days of watching music videos on the “music television channel”. Remember when Kurt Loader had a rat tail and wore Slayer t shirts? …well yeha, maybe some things are better left forgotten but I suppose some day we will say that about out current technology as well.
Steve writes out of his kitchen in Bend Oregon, He is married to wonderful woman who is an actual author and prays she never sees the butchery he has performed on some of her srticles.
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