24 Results for

klv-32a10

Editors' Take

Sony Bravia KLV-S32A10 LCD television

Sony's S series of Bravia LCD televisions may make up the Japanese giant's mid-tier offerings, but they pack some impressive specs none the less.

24 September 2005

Typical price: $3,199.00

Review

Panasonic TH-L32G10A

The Panasonic TH-L32G10A is a high calibre 32-inch television and despite some standard-def problems the quality of the images it produces make up for a higher-than-average price.

6 January 2010

3.5 stars Editors' rating 6 January 2010

Typical price: $1,399.00

Review

Sony Bravia KLV-S40A10 LCD television

The mid-range Bravia is a very nice TV -- but there's only a small price gap between it and Sony's best LCD model.

25 November 2005

0 stars Editors' rating 25 November 2005

Typical price: $5,299.00

Editors' Take

Sony Bravia KLV-S26A10 LCD television

Sony's S series of Bravia LCD televisions may make up the Japanese giant's mid-tier offerings, but they pack some impressive specs none the less.

24 September 2005

Typical price: $2,199.00

Editors' Take

Sony Bravia KLV-V26A10 LCD television

Sony's Bravia range marks the Japanese giant's latest foray into LCD televisions, with the V Series of sets leading the pack.

23 September 2005

Typical price: $3,199.00

Editors' Take

Sony Bravia KLV-V40A10 LCD television

Sony's Bravia range marks the Japanese giant's latest foray into LCD televisions, with the V Series of sets leading the pack.

23 September 2005

Typical price: $5,799.00

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Sony KLV-S32A10

The Sony KLV-S32A10 may be the company's least expensive LCD, but compared to the no-name models, it doesn't seem like the best bargain.

22 May 2008

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Sony KLV-S32A10

Although Sony's KLV-S32A10 LCD produces relatively deep blacks, its overall image quality isn't worth the higher price.

22 May 2008

Article

AT&T to offer 32GB Galaxy S4 on May 10

AT&T customers can nab the superphone for about $250 with contract.

By 7 May 2013

Article

FAT32 copy bug in 10.6 Snow Leopard

Snow Leopard seems to have a bug in the Finder where copying between FAT32 partitions may result in a "file exists" error.

By 10 December 2009