'Full HD support (1080p) on a smaller screen.'
'Feature set is superb'
'Full QWERTY keyboard'
'First to feature passive 3D technology'
'QWERTY remote control'
'Poor sounding built-in speakers'
'Low cost and passive design'
'helpful "Solid Performance'
'The monitor's stand is difficult to connect and has an awkward ball hinge connection.'
'Both light and dark areas showed plenty of distinction in our DisplayMate tests and the overall image is crisp and sharp.'
'Clumsy switching between inputs..'
'excellent black level'
'* Doesn’t outperform its predecessor (TH-50PZ800U). * Color reproduction doesn’t match the HDTV standard, being more vivid.'
'â€¢ LCD viewing angles are only average.'
'It's worth noting, however, that scenes dark enough overall to trigger this loss of contrast are relatively rare, and most dark scenes had plenty of pop.'
'the picture may seem too sharp, too clean.'
'sharpest, smoothest picture possible'
'It's lightweight also, one man can easily carry this.'
'true high definition picture'
'It has the ambient digital light sensor which is capable of detecting the lighting conditions of your room.'
'Not bad for the price'
'Entering the 21st century - finally'
'Awesome low end TV'
'Best Picture for the Price!!!'
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