Posted on Sunday, September 10 2006 @ 00:21:51 CEST by LSDsmurf
TV makers have been slapping components onto their sets for years, combining televisions with VCRs or DVD players and sometimes both. The HP SLC3760N, the first to combine a network media player with a 37-inch flat-panel LCD TV, is a particularly polished example of the breed. This TV is not only a fully functional high-definition display, it can also stream and play back audio, video (including high-def), and photo content from any networked PC or storage device. Everything seems great until you read the $2,700 price tag, which is pretty steep, considering that the same TV without the networking features, the HP LC3760N, costs $1,700.