Anyone Know anything about this TV--Infocus TD30

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  1. Phil Keep

    Phil Keep Stunt Coordinator

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    I have stolen the specs from the website, it would appear to be the cheapest LCD on the market, if it is LCD...if not, I am totally lost. Anything Helps.
    Philip





    The InFocus TD30 delivers uncompromising images in a sleek 4-inch thin package. Whether you are watching the big game in HDTV, using the TD30 as an extra-large display for your PC applications, or any number of other uses, the TD30 is the versatile centerpiece of your electronic universe. Equally at home in the living room and the board room, the TD30 offers you all of the great features of an LCD display at an affordable price:

    HDTV compatibility: 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i.
    Built-in NTSC TV Tuner.
    2 5-watt stereo speakers.
    1280 X 768 resolution (WXGA).
    29.6"/75.2cm diagonal TFT active matrix.
    450 nits brightness.
    350:1 contrast ratio.
    170 degree viewing angle.
    Video connectivity: S-Video, 2 composite, 2 component.
    Backlights: 50,000 hours minimum life.
    16.7 million colors/24 bits.
     
  2. Phil Keep

    Phil Keep Stunt Coordinator

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    BUMP
     
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    It is definitely an LCD - how much did you see it for?
     
  5. Phil Keep

    Phil Keep Stunt Coordinator

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    I think it was about $1500 on Infocus' website.
     

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