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TVs are getting cheaper and cheaper as the years go on; you don't have to spend $10,000 to find a large screen with good image quality and useful integrated features. For around the $2000 mark, you can buy yourself a surprisingly versatile plus-size TV. Panasonic's mid-range AS700A doesn't promise too much, but what it delivers is, by and large, pretty impressive.

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While conventional video projectors have remained largely a niche market for dedicated home theatre enthusiasts on account of their difficult installation. However, a new breed of "home projector" has developed over the past few years into an increasingly viable alternative to flat panel televisions. And if LG's new 100-inch class LG "HECTO" Laser TV is any indicator, the LED/Plasma debate may be moot.

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720p? Positively archaic! 1080p? Eye-bleedingly bad! Throw away that old junk — the future belongs to Ultra High Definition television. If you thought the confusion between "HD" and "Full HD" was bad, it looks like you're in for a bumpy ride in the future, with the International Telecommunications Union adopting two UHDTV specifications.

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The Pioneer Elite line was one of those wonderful things you really wanted but knew you'd never be able to afford. Then Pioneer stopped making them. And now they're back — just as stellar-looking and crazily priced as ever.