This nicely priced 17-inch LCD from a reputable manufacturer is a good choice for home use, but for gamers and businesspeople, its image quality and adjustability leave a lot to be desired.
The LG CS560 series is a relatively cheap LCD TV, but its poor image quality means that it cannot compete against other budget TVs.
The Samsung LND550's mix of features, style and picture quality stands tall among the tough entry-level LCD TV crowd.
Among the least expensive 120Hz LCDs available, the Vizio E0VL series delivers a decent picture but falls a bit short of competitors.
Thanks to its incredible viewing angle, high resolution, and stellar overall picture quality, Samsung's 30-inch SyncMaster 305T gets an assured recommendation.
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Nothing short of a complete theater--including speakers and screen--Epson's MovieMate 25 does it all, although it's not as bright as we'd like.
Griffin's iTrip Auto is well designed and easy on the eyes, but it fails to outperform the DLO TransPod, our current favorite FM transmitter for the Apple iPod.
The Envision EN7600 won't break any molds, but it performs reasonably well, and it's inexpensive.
The Canon LV-7565 has top-notch brightness, exceptionally sharp focus, and an optional network connection, but its large size and high price keep it from being our favorite in its class.
Although not the brightest, lightest, or most feature-filled projector on the market, the Hitachi Performa CP-RS55 can lay claim to the best price tag, and it may well represent the best all-round value available.