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Pavilion p7 Quad - 3.1 GHz; 2TB HD; 4GB RAM; Windows 7 Ultimate

Pavilion p7 Quad - 3.1 GHz; 2TB HD; 4GB RAM; Windows 7 Ultimate
alaScore 90

8 reviews

Jul, 2014

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Panasonic Viera TC-P65VT50HDTV

 

The 65-inch VT50 series plasma HDTV is Panasonic's best in show, top-of-the-line flagship for this year. It'll cost you just a little under four grand (at MSRP $3699), and it's served hot with all the toppings: full HD 3D, dual 8-train speakers with an...

Great contrast ratio and accurate color ; Handsome glass and metal design ; Audio quality that’s well above average

Very expensive

2012 has so far introduced some excellent flagships from LG, Samsung, and Toshiba. The Panasonic Viera TC-P65VT50 may, however, be the finest TV we’ve reviewed this year. Here’s why.

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Cinema SeriesHDTV

 

The L7200U Cinema Series is Toshiba's top-of-the-line flagship for 2012. The 47-inch model is a 3D, Smart, edgelit-LED HDTV that does a lot for an MSRP of $1,899. Compare that to Samsung's 46-inch ES8000, which is over $1000 more expensive. The...

Great picture quality ; A classy glass-kissed design

Very limited internet content

The Toshiba 47L7200U (MSRP $1899) is an odd entry into 2012’s expansive array of 1080p, Smart, 3D HDTVs. Not because of what it does, but because of what it doesn’t do.

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Panasonic TC-P55ST50HDTV

 

The Panasonic TC-P55ST50 ($1699 MSRP) is a large plasma screen TV, displaying 1080p HD images with 3D and internet connectivity, that is supposed to be an improvement on last year's ST30 model. The improvements that Panasonic purports are better 3D...

Though the Panasonic TC-P55ST50 ($1699 MSRP) may have some great attributes, it lacks in some area of convenience concerning the internet and 3D.

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LG 55LM9600HDTV

 

Our first experience of LG's foray into 2012 was the 47LM6700, and it was a revelation for internet content, 3D application, and space-age appearances. As we expected, the 55LM9600 is no slacker either. The 3D is still just as good as it was, with...

Good maximum contrast ratio ; Still the best 3D available

Color performance could be better

We had high expectations for the 55LM9600, and it didn’t disappoint. The 3D is still as crisp and subtle as it was with the LM6700, and since then LG has added even more original 3D content to their 3D World content page and a large number of 3D-ready...

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Sony Bravia KDL-40EX640HDTV

 

The excitement of having online features is now just wearing off. We were ecstatic that a TV could be so much more than just a display for a cable box; something to connect to the internet and therefore the world! Now that the fiery honeymoon period...

Great connectivity ; Decent all-around performance

Not the Smart TV we want to use ; Uniformity issues again rear their ugly head

The Bravia KDL-40EX640 ($899 MSRP) is a low-end, 1080p Smart TV from Sony in 2012. We like that they are producing a cheaper Smart TV, hitting a niche audience that wants online features, no 3D, and a good television.

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LG 47LV4400HDTV

 

The 47LV4400 (MSRP $999) is a mid-range LED LCD HDTV from LG. It does not have a lot of connectivity options, and has none of the “extra” features—some which are quickly becoming standard features—such as internet, video playback, a USB hub, 3D, etc....

Limited connectivity ; No internet/3D/smart features ; Horrible color detail

We went into our testing of the LG 47LV4400 with high hopes for the LV4400 series. LG have their ups and downs, but for the most part are a reliable manufacturer who make quality televisions. Where some users might find the limited connectivity and...

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Samsung UN40EH5000HDTV

 

We tested the UN40EH5000 ($679 MSRP), a television lower on the Samsung ladder than the UN40EH6000. We found these two TVs to be very comparable, both offering a high-performing, basic display, stripped of advanced features like 3D images, internet...

A 40-inch Samsung for less than $700 is good deal without knowing much more. Being that we are a business based on writing scientific reviews with testing data, we will give you some actual insight on the performance and usability of this product in...

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Coby TFTV4028HDTV

 

At CES this year, Coby had an enormous sign and a nice booth right in the center of the show floor, so we thought to ourselves, maybe this company is stepping it up this year. Maybe we should give them a shot, and see how they compare against the...

It’s big and cheap

One of the worst viewing angles on the market ; Poor gamma detail ; The black level is not very deep

The TFTV4028 ($600 MSRP but found much cheaper several places online) is a 1080p LCD display from Coby with limited features. We thought to give Coby a shot after their huge display at CES this year.

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