While the prices are coming down I can't see a lot of people who are struggling month to month to pay their bills going out an buying a new TV unless they have no other TV to use. I'd like to replace my existing 51" TV but it still works great so there's no reason to.
I agree JOMA I have wanted to upgrade for a while but the thing is my TV still works well so the money has to be totally free or opportunity has to be either features I could not turn down for the price or a price I could not turn down for fear of never seeing it again. This also speaks to a great amount about the trouble BestBuy is seeing. I almost grabbed one at FRY's and even saw one at COSTCO yesterday with size 120 Hz refresh and a decent price I promise you the closest price wise I could find at BB would be 1-300 more so I would not buy it there. BB is never the best buy anymore so there is no need for them. Of course that goes away from this articles focus. The TV OEM's in general actually seem to have some good deals out there with decent features. I just will not buy one under 120hz and do not see the point in anything over it as I do not care about a 3D TV, and it has to have WiFi built in as well, after that it is price and size of which of course I would want the best I could get but are somewhat sliding. As far as it goes though a huge TV is cool but I probably will get one between 40-50" not above it just has to have as good of a panel as I cab get with those specs. Most customers do not know anything about the panels though either in general.
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