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  1. Fujitsu P50XTS40GS review

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    With its muted silver colour scheme, gently rounded edges and polished finish, this Fujitsu favours subtle elegance over flash chic - a decision I'm sure will suit many readers just fine

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    Fujitsu P63XHA40 review

    Fujitsu P63XHA40 review

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    Even by today's standards,Fujitsu's new second-generation 63in plasma is still a whopper,and its appearance commands a certain amount of respect - assuming you can get all of its 72kg out of the box!

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    Fujitsu P42HTS40GS review

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    With Pioneer's stunning PDP- 436XDE 43in plasma TV going for £2,800, if you're going to charge £500 more for your new 42in plasma,like Fujitsu is with its P42HTS40GS,you'd better come packing some serious AV heat

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    Fujitsu P42VHA40ES review

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    Not to be confused with Fujitsu's similar-looking but better-equipped (and HD-ready) P42HTS40GS, the P42VHA40ES is the brand's entry-level plasma display, with a price tag hanging a tempting touch below £2,000

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    Fujitsu P42HTS40 review

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    Fujitsu has a long heritage in plasma. Indeed, it made the very first plasma TV ever tested in Home Cinema Choice. So will its peerless experience serve it well with the shiny P42HTS40?

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    Fujitsu P50XTS40GS review

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    After underwhelming us with its latest 42in plasma recently, Fujitsu is back with a 50in model, the P50XTS40GS. And since this big boy uses glass supplied by the ever-dependable Matsushita/Panasonic, it might just succeed...

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    Fujitsu P63XHA51ES review

    Fujitsu P63XHA51ES review

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    The problems of installing a projector in a normal home - the need for perpetual darkness, long cable runs, a place to site the unit where it's not in the way - make them impractical for the majority of us out there

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    Fujitsu P42HTS40GS review

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    Fujitsu plasmas are often good, but in the past they've sometimes lacked the connections and features that the home cinema user really needs. Hopefully this screen, the specifically living room-targeted P42HTS40GS, will change all that

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    Fujitsu P42HHA4OUS review

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    Fujitsu was just one of the big names in 2006 that hadn't counted on all sets needing either HDCP-compliant DVI or HDMI inputs to be designated as ready for HDTV. Which explains why this, its sixth generation 42in Plasmavision screen...

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    Fujitsu P42HHA40US review

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    Fujitsu's P42HHA40US is a US design that's been specially drafted over here to help counter the invasion of high definition to our shores. History may recall similar events, but will the stars and stripes stand-in steal the glory?

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    Fujitsu P42HHA40 review

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    The P42HHA40 is designed with high-definition TV or DVD playback very much in mind. It isn't properly equipped to display bog standard analogue or digital TV, as it lacks Scart sockets and an analogue tuner.

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    Fujitsu P42HHA40 review

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    Last year, when Sky announced that it planned to broadcasthigh-definition TV pictures tagged with copyright-protection technology(HDCP) to prevent home recordings being made...

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    Fujitsu P55XHA30 review

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    Fujitsu's plasmas have blown away not only us critics, but other manufacturers, who have been quick to buy in its fantastic display technology for their own models.Like the vast majority of plasma screens, the P55XHA30 can either...

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    Fujitsu P50XHA40 review

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    For those investing in a screen to take them into the high-definition future, it boils down to a choice between sets with either an HDMI or a DVI connection - but this new monster screen from Fujitsu is one of very few plasmas equipped with both.

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    Fujitsu P50XHA40 review

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    Fujitsu has been a proponent of plasma since the very beginning. The brand has the honour of producing the first plasma screen to grace our test bench, and has since drawn on its experience...

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    Fujitsu P42HHA40 review

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    Unveiled at the beginning of the year, the 'HD-ready' logo put a spanner in many a flatscreen manufacturer's European product plans, Fujitsu included. It hadn't counted on all sets needing either HDMI or HDCP-compliant ...

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    Fujitsu P63XHA30E review

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    To the uninitiated, a 42in plasma screen is an impressive size, well capable of dominating a typically-sized lounge. We at What Plasma and LCD TV have been lucky enough to be in the presence of some even bigger screens...

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