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HDTVs $500 and under at Amazon

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Thinking about getting another HDTV for your home or office? Amazon has got a huge list of HD television sets for under $500.

Samsung 75″ LED 9000 premieres in CA

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The 75" Samsung LED 9000 HDTV will premiere at a Santa Monica store in California for $8,999, which is a week earlier than other...

Best Buy July 4th, 2012 Sale items

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Best Buy has revealed their July 4th sale items. And, plenty of the products include free shipping so there's no need to leave the...

Affordable 4k HDTV coming in 2013

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Westinghouse will ship an affordable 4k HDTV in the first quarter of 2013, that according to a CNET article. The 55-inch 3840 x 2160 HDTV measures four-times the resolution of current 1080p HDTVs on the market

Amazon free Blu-ray player with HDTV ends soon

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Amazon's free Sony Blu-ray Disc player offer with the purchase of a select Sony HDTV ends Saturday, June 2. The qualifying Sony HDTVs range...

Get a Blu-ray player free with Sony HDTV purchase

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Amazon is offering a free Sony Blu-ray Disc player with the purchase of select Sony HDTVs. The two Sony BD players include the BDP-S390 (List $129) and the BDP-S590 (List $149).

Amazon Memorial Day Sale on home electronics

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Amazon is having a Memorial Day sale in their Home Entertainment department which includes HDTVs, Blu-ray players, home audio systems, and other electronic accessories....

Amazon closeout pricing on last year’s 65″ HDTVs

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Amazon is offering closeout pricing on select 60" and 65" HDTVs from last year. These aren't no-name brands either, with models from Panasonic, Samsung, and Sony in the bin.

Sony HDTV clearance on 2011 models

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Sony is having a clearance on 2011 HDTV models. One deal we spotted is the 55" Sony EX720 3D Internet TV priced at $1599, a discount of about $800 from the original MSRP of $2399.

Toshiba promises glasses-free 3D TV on “sale” in U.S. any day...

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A Toshiba representative tells CNET that a model similar to the 55-inch sets already on the foreign markets will be available in the U.S. in the first quarter of this year. There are no other details available on the size or specs of the set, but the company's glasses-free 3D technology - said to be improved over last year's - is getting some floor time at this week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.