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RTC23 Marvel Branded LCD HDTVs

RTC23 Iron Man Branded LCD HDTVs (Image courtesy RTC23)
By Andrew Liszewski

If you like your hardware ridiculously over-branded, RTC23 has a new line of LCD HDTVs right up your alley. They’ve struck a deal with Marvel Comics to offer an entire line of officially licensed TVs with all of your favorite characters including Iron Man, The Hulk and Captain America. Thor also seems to be an option.

Billed as the “Ultimate Comic Fan’s TV” each set features the super hero branded into the lower corners of the screen’s frame, and an image of the character will appear on screen for 8 seconds every time you turn it on. Yeah, apparently that’s a ‘feature.’ The TVs are available in 22″, 32″, 42″ and 55″ sizes while LED backlit versions are limited to 40″ and 46″. As for pricing, the standard sets start at $338.88 for the 22″ model, while the 55″ model is $1,988.88. And the 40″ LED model is $1,698.88, or $1,988.00 for the 46″.

[ RTC23 Marvel Branded HDTVs ] VIA [ Ubergizmo ]

Samsung Series 8 LCD HDTVs Announced

This post is syndicated with permission from Gadgetoholic.com

With the digital transition coming in 2009 the LCD HDTV market is booming as people upgrade to new TVs. When it comes time to buy a new HDTV you have to decide between LCD or plasma technology for the most part. Samsung has introduced several new HDTV models recently including some new plasma sets.

Samsung didn’t leave the LCD HDTV fan out either and introduced a new Series 8 line that includes models 850 and 860 both in 46-inch or 52-inch screen sizes. The new TVs feature the Samsung Touch of Color design that puts color inside the plastic housing of the TV rather than simply painting it on. Both the 850 and 860 models share similar specs with 50,000:1 contrast ratio, 120Hz refresh rate and four HDMI inputs as well as other input types. The TVs are also very thin at only 1.9-inches at the thickest part.

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