Vizio E320i-A0

This 32-inch Vizio is smart and good with money, setting an example for your school-bound kid. Read full review
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3.5 stars

MSRP: $369.99

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Sony KDL-32R400A

With a great price, decent picture, and good sound, the Sony R400 is perfect for a dorm room. Read full review
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3.5 stars
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Panasonic TC-PS60 series

Affordable, practical, a great picture, and all the smarts a TV needs, the PS60 might be the perfect back-to-school television (if such a thing exists). Read full review
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4.0 stars

MSRP: $829.99

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Sharp LC-LE650U series

Its screen is huge, just like your love for your student. Read full review
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3.5 stars

MSRP: $1,499.99

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Panasonic TC-PST60 series

Sure it's probably a bit much for a back-to-school list, but doesn't he or she deserve the very best? Read full review
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4.5 stars

MSRP: $1,499.99

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Sony KDL-W802A series

It's expensive, great for gaming, and can support enough 3D viewers for a great party. OK, maybe this Sony is more on the "reward" side of the back-to-school gift spectrum. Read full review
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3.0 stars
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TCL LE58FHDE3010

If you want a really big screen for your student, they don't come much cheaper than this. Read full review
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3.0 stars

MSRP: $779.99

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BenQ W1070

A video game or TV show blown up to truly gigantic proportions is sure please him or her. The relatively affordable price will please you. Read full review
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