WinBook unveiled its 46D1 LCD HDTV, a 46-inch model priced to compete with the $3,799.99 Sony Bravia 46V2500 and $3,499.99 Sharp AQUOS LC-46D62U. The WinBook 46D1 costs $1,999.99 (after $200 mail-in rebate) for the same screen size.
The HDTV also features 1366 x 768 resolution at 1080i, a 178 degree viewing angle, an 8 ms response time and a 1200:1 native contrast ratio. The flat panel measures less than five inches thick and weighs 62.83 pounds when wall-mounted.
WinBook HDTV sourcing manager Matt Delille adds, “The WinBook 46D1 has every kind of input port customers will want - components, composite, HDMI(tm) and more, plus HDCP support for next-generation DVD.”
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