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Vizio E291-A1 29-inch 720p LCD TV for $198 in Walmart Earlybird Black Friday 2013 Sale

Nov 1 2013, 11:20am CDT | by , in News | Black Friday

Vizio E291-A1 29-inch 720p LCD TV for $198 in Walmart Earlybird Black Friday 2013 Sale
 
 

Walmart offers a basic HD Vizio TV at a steel ahead of Black Friday 2013

Another of the good deals that Walmart has unveiled its earlybird Black Friday 2013 online sale is a 29-inch HD resolution LCD TV from Vizio. The television is model number E291-A1 and it supports up to 720p resolution. The TV also has a 60 Hz refresh rate.

The TV is very slim at 1.97-inches thick making it wall mountable. The 29-inch panel has a native resolution of 1366 x 768 and 16:9 aspect ratio. The set features a built-in digital tuner and a pair of HDMI inputs.

The TV ships with a universal remote control and has SRS Studio Surround sound for improved audio quality. The television is available right now for $198.

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