28" Widescreen TV
by Dr. John Luton
If you’re looking for a great widescreen TV, but don’t have space for a 60-incher, we’ve got some great deals that are sure to please. Read on and you’ll see what I mean!
In the market for a smaller format TV? Why not consider a 28” widescreen TV?
I once heard a young man say that his widescreen TV was only 28 inches. He made the statement during a discussion where a number of students were comparing their (or their parent’s) big screen equipment. His tone was quiet, almost apologetic – as if he were the only one in the world that saw the benefit of possessing a widescreen TV with such a relatively small format. He couldn’t have been more wrong. That young man is in good company!
What do Phillips, Sony, Sanyo, Toshiba, JVC, Panasonic and a host of other TV manufacturers have in common? They all make a 28” widescreen TV – and they also sell lots of them every day! In other words, there’s a tremendous market for widescreen TVs with smaller formats than the giant 50- to 60-inchers.
The Phenomenal 28” Widescreen TV: Great things sometimes come in smaller packages!
A 28” widescreen TV offers a considerable viewing window – sometimes at only a fraction of the cost of the larger screen models. But when it comes to possessing all the great technology features of their larger TV cousins, they can hang right in there with the big boys!
In many ways, 28” widescreen TV sets are a lot like a miniature Doberman I once met. He still had all the features (and spunk) of the larger models, but he was a lot easier to live with in a small apartment!
Check out some of the most popular 28” widescreen features!
· 28” Widescreens TV sets cost less! Okay, let’s start with the obvious advantage a 28” widescreen TV has over the giant screen models: They’re less expensive! Even if cost isn’t your primary concern, you’ll still probably appreciate not having to spend more of your hard earned money to buy a great TV. If cost is a major factor, you’ll certainly appreciate the affordability of the 28” widescreen TV.
· 28” Widescreen TV sets are more easily adaptable to smaller homes and apartments.
Let me tell you a short story about a friend who wanted the biggest screen TV he could buy. And, as you may have already guessed, he had a tiny, one-bedroom apartment that barely had enough room for a transistor radio. Well, my friend now has his giant screen TV. It also serves as a clothes rack and part-time dining room table. Plus, there’s no place in his apartment where you can ever sit more than three or feet away from that giant screen. That’s just a little too close! My buddy probably would have been a lot better satisfied if he had purchased a 28” widescreen TV instead.
· A 28” Widescreen TV still has all the bells and whistles!
All of the great features that have made the larger screen models so popular are still available on the 28” widescreen TV. In fact, because of the reduced pixel size on a smaller screen, I’ve seen a few 28-inchers that actually have better brightness and resolution than some of the larger sets. Also, you can get a 28” widescreen TV with a plasma screen or an LCD version. Some brands offer features that adjust brightness and contrast to ambient light. And, of course, these smaller screens also offer a full line of HDTV and HDTV-ready tuner options. In short, the available 28” widescreen TV options are practically limitless.
Great News! If you want a 28” widescreen TV, you’ll never find lower prices!
Sounds like a 28” widescreen TV is just what you’ve been looking for, huh? Then you’ll want to take advantage of the cut-rate prices that are available right now. With TV manufacturers looking to move more than 1.4 million sets in the next several weeks, they’re offering special discounts on their current inventory – especially smaller formats like the 28” widescreen TV models.
Act today and you’ll soon be sitting back watching your brand new 28” widescreen TV. Hey, and with all your savings, why not pick up a hundred or so DVDs?
Enjoy the view!