Sceptre knows that times are still pretty hard economically for most of us, which is why it has rolled out a new range of affordable LED HDTVs that come in the form of 19″ and 24″ models, where both of them will also boast an integrated DVD player (to keep the costs down we suppose, since throwing in a Blu-ray player might just place it out of reach for most folks). Measuring 0.69″ at their thinnest point, it ought to find a place in any living room, and being Energy Star 3.0-compliant should help you save some money due to better power efficiency that results in lower electricity bills when compared to older TVs that weren’t too environmentally conscious. Full HD resolution is supported, alongside a couple of HDMI ports, a 16:9 widescreen display and a 5ms response time to cater to budget-conscious customers this July onwards. The 19″ and 24″ models will retail for $269 and $399, respectively.
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