For the fall season, we've decided to focus on 26" and 27" TV sets, which thanks to their smaller screens, continue to offer the best pixel-interpolation performance. These TV sets are also becoming reasonably priced. Many of the models we tested retail for less than $1,000.Check it out over here.
As a preamble to this review, you might want to take a look at our earlier article on flat-panel display technologies. You can also look at our test methodology in detail here, and also the "What you need to know before you buy..." section of our preceding comparative review. And if 27" just isn't enough for you, don't worry. Our comparison of 30" and 32" sets is on its way.
LCD TV roundup
Posted on Friday, Sep 30 2005 @ 10:15 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Tom's Hardware decided to take a look at four 26" and 27" LCD TVs: