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Sceptre expands range of large screen HDTVs

sceptre-updates-tvsWhen it comes to enjoying a big screen experience right there and then in the living room, there are many different choices to pick from in this day and age. Competition is extremely tough, and I am quite sure that many of us have once mulled over whether to choose from a Japanese or South Korean brand. Well, have you actually looked in the direction of Sceptre before? Sceptre intends to expand its range of entertainment solutions, kicking things off with the completely redesigned Roku Ready 50-inch LED HDTV that boasts of SRS TruSurround HD sound and MHL technology.

Known as the Sceptre E505BV-FMQR, this particular LED HDTV is touted to be the perfect combination of image quality, added features and affordability. This 50-inch LED HDTV will boast of a redesigned silhouette alongside an ultra slim bezel, brush metal pattern and the elegance that ought to find itself a home regardless of the décor inside. Apart from that, Sceptre’s most recent HDTV would also arrive equipped with the most recent technology such as MHL for multimedia playback from MHL enabled mobile devices, SRS TruSurround HD for rich and enveloping sound, as well as a crystal clear 1920 × 1080 Full HD resolution.

It does not really matter where you install the E505BV-FMQR, as it is the perfect big screen TV for your home, a college dorm, living rooms as well as retail locations. It sports a swivel base so that the HDTV can be rotated to the perfect viewing angle, and it can be easily wall mounted so that you are able to save even more space – something that those funky studio apartments seem to lack these days, while there is also an Energy Star V6.1 rating that helps you save more money in the long term thanks to its energy saving capabilities.

This 50-inch Roku Ready LED HDTV will come with an LED backlight life that has been rated at more than 50,000 hours, where it boasts of a trio of built-in HDMI ports to boot. Any takers?

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