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  1. Funai LCD-B1504 review

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    Any other time Funai's B1504's £200 price tag would surely have earned it the title of cheapest 15in LCD TV ever. But remarkably it has to share that award with Alba. Still, if it can overcome the Alba's performance issues

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    Funai NLC-3204BC review

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    Everyone wants a flat TV, and those with nouse want a HD-ready version to last into the age of high-definition TV. One problem: money. A Samsung, Panasonic, Hitachi or Sony is going to fill up a new credit card at best ...

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    Funai T27004 review

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    Chances are that you won't have heard of Japanese brand Funai unless you shop online. However, the company boasts an expanding range of flat TVs and other home cinema kit, and so promises to appear on the high street in months to come

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    Funai NLC-3204BC review

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    Funai's bid for domination of the budget world continues apace: next stop LCD.The NLC-3204BC is a basic,but pretty much futureproof 32in set that looks to bring midsized, high-resolution thrills to the masses at what is comfortably...

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    Funai T27004 review

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    Chances are that you won't have heard of Japanese brand Funai unless you shop online. The company has an expanding range of flat TVs and other home cinema kit, however, and so promises to appear on the high street in months

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    Funai NLC-3204BC review

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    LCD price erosion is happening so fast you can scarcely keep up, especially if you're looking at products from the second and third tier of manufacturers. This screen may prove ideal if you're looking for a secondary screen for a den or bedroom

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    TDK dual-layer DVD drive DVW-A160416DL review

    TDK dual-layer DVD drive DVW-A160416DL review

     

    TDK has joined the dual-layer party with the DVW-A160416DL , its first dual-layer drive. Yet we've seen this drive somewhere before: TDK has used NEC technology for this drive

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