Despite being more at home on super-sized screens, there's a growing demand for hi-def in places other than the living room. ViewSonic joins the list of companies bringing hi-def to the bedroom with the N2060W
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Viewsonic is best known for its computer monitors, but the company has clearly decided that it's time to cash in on the hi-def revolution by launching a range of HD-ready LCD TVs
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