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  1. Hyundai E465D review

    Hyundai E465D review

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    Hyundai, after some success with its projectors, is mounting an assault on the affordable end of the flatscreen market. The E465D is a 46in whopper that eschews fashionable, super-slim aesthetics and whiz-bang processing 'engines' in order to deliver giant sets within feasible reach of the mainstream.

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    Hyundai VVUON Q400 review

    Hyundai VVUON Q400 review

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    Like its Korean compatriots, LG and Samsung, Hyundai is still producing both plasma and liquid crystal screens, and this LCD TV is part of its Vvuon series. Although its list price sounds rather high, it does include some novel extra features that you’ll do well to find on rival offerings.

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    Hyundai Imagequest HQP421SR review

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    When is Hyundai not Hyundai? When it's Hyundai ImageQuest, of course! This spin-off outfit disaffiliated itself from the main group in 2000, and has since been beavering away on its own. And this is one of the first big-screen results of this beavering...

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    Hyundai HQP421SR review

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    Hyundai hopes to deliver plenty of bang for John Archer's buck with its latest budget high definition-compatible 42in plasma television. Typically selling for less than £2,000, this flatscreen has mass-market appeal written all over it

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    Hyundai HQP421SR review

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    The recent tumble in LCD and plasma prices is largely because companies like Hyundai - lesser-known in the home cinema world, better known for its cars - are marketing affordable, functional flatscreens like this.

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    Hyundai HQP421SR review

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    Although Hyundai is perhaps best known to the average man on the street as a producer of affordable - yet far from stunning - cars, the Korean manufacturer also has a sizeable reputation for producing a wealth of electrical products...

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