5 Hottest HDTVs for 2013

24. January, 2013 Life No comments
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Cable’s relevancy is fading fast, but televisions are as much a staple of the living room as they’ve ever been. We use televisions to watch movies, stream shows, play video games, and even surf the web. Needless to say, such an important household tool should yield the crispest picture possible and offer every built-in feature that a tech-savvy family could possibly want—but affordability is important, too. 

Here are five of the hottest HDTVs for 2013. They’re loaded with options, and they might not even land you in the poorhouse. 

42″ Vizio Razor LED LCD 1080p 120Hz HDTV – This Vizio HDTV offers 1080p resolution in a light body that’s razor-thin—less than two inches deep, in fact. Four HDMI ports allow you to hook up to four HDMI devices to the TV, and light-sensing technology automatically adjusts the set’s backlight settings to match the room’s lighting. 

Sceptre 40″ Class LCD 1080p 60Hz HDTV, X405BV-FHD3 – This affordable HDTV is thin and lightweight, making it an easy and handsome addition to any room. There are three HDMI ports available for hook-ups, and the screen’s eight millisecond response time lets you enjoy movies and shows without a trace of flicker. 

Haier L32D1120 32-Inch 720p 60Hz LCD HDTV – Another affordable option that can be placed or hung anywhere in your home. Multiple AV inputs make it easy to hook up a Blu-ray player or video game systems. 

Panasonic TC-P42X5 42″ HD Plasma Television – If you’re looking for the rich, beautiful picture that a plasma set can provide, Panasonic has several offerings for you, including the TC-P42X5. This set features a photo gallery, two HDMI ports, a media player, a USB terminal, and much more. 

The Samsung PN51E490B4F – This 3D-capable television from Samsung is surprisingly affordable, typically priced around $700 USD where most 3D-enabled sets reach into the thousands. It also offers a crisp picture despite being 720p. Nevertheless, the packed-in 3D glasses ensure that the set will be a big hit in homes with movie-loving kids. 

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Nadia Oxford

Nadia is a freelance writer living in Toronto. She played her first game at four, decided games were awesome, and has maintained her position since. She writes for 1UP.com, Slide to Play, GamePro and other publications, and is About.com's Guide to the Nintendo DS.

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