Sceptre does it again with a new 32” LCD HDTV

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If you are on a tight budget and have always had a mind to upgrade your TV or purchase a new one to replace the older model in your bedroom or living room, then the name Sceptre would definitely have crossed your mind. After all, isn’t this the kind of brand that most folks can resonate with, especially when it carries the values of delivering the best bang for your hard earned buck? Sceptre has proven itself in the past with quality LED and LCD HDTVs as well as computer monitors, and they are back again this time around with their latest 32” LCD HDTV which was specially designed to deliver superb image quality as well as long term energy savings, and it is better known as the Sceptre X328BV-FHD.

The new Sceptre X328BV-FHD comes in a trend setting jet black slim design, and is more than capable of handling brighter and more robust colors thanks to a wide range of features such as a 1920×1080 resolution, 60 Hz Refresh Rate, 5,000:1 contrast ratio, and 3D Comb Filter among others. The unit itself will also be equipped with all the necessary bells and whistles of more expensive units, where among them include 5.1 digital audio capabilities, multiple HDMI and a USB port for easy connectivity, with the option to mount it to a wall or to have it function as a computer monitor.

Since you are a cost conscious consumer, surely you would also be right on top of things where being environmentally friendly is concerned. The Sceptre X328BV-FHD is Energy Star V5.3 compliant, and is touted to use up just approximately $11 of energy each year, now how about that for savings in the long run? Not only that, it is said to have a rated lamp life of over 50,000 hours – and that is equivalent to over 5 years of continuous usage, which is far more TV than you should be watching in the first place anyways.

The best part of the Sceptre X328BV-FHD? It retails for a mere $499 a pop.

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