Sceptre has new 32″ LED HDTV for the masses


You know that times are extremely hard these days especially on the economic front, and it makes perfect sense for us to look out for value-for-money bargains. HDTVs are dime a dozen in the market, and with more and more players entering the game, the industry has gotten a whole lot more competitive. Well, Sceptre is one of those names, and they have decided to grace the market with they spanking new 32″ LED HDTV model that will cater for the entry-level niche.

Also known as the Scpetre E325BV-HD, it has been touted to be the ideal companion in your living room – assuming you’re still using one of those fat, chunky CRTs or want to introduce yet another TV to your home. At least it isn’t that large so much so that it cannot fit into a cramped apartment without looking out of place.

This particular Sceptre model will come in an ultra light chassis that tips the scales at just 20 pounds with its stand included, but despite that, it will not compromise on performance as it delivers a flicker and static free 31.5″ LED display in 1,366 x 768 resolution glory alongside a response time of 6.5ms – reasonable enough, but you can be sure that there are far quicker models out there in the market. At the very least it can swivel up to 30 degrees, where it can be detached at the neck and base if you so desire in order to mount it onto a wall, making it even passable as a computer monitor or digital signage if the need arises.

As for connectivity, this model will sport a trio of HDMI ports, a USB port and a headphone jack, letting you to hook it up to your PS3 or notebook in a jiffy. Apart from that, a couple of 10 watt built-in speakers will carry multiple features for it to maximize audio quality, ranging from noise reduction filer to surround sound mode, sound equalizer settings and auto volume level control

Wal-Mart carries the new 32″ LED HDTV from Sceptre if you are interested, making it an interesting proposition for those who are looking forward to their first ever HDTV.

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