If you are looking for a new smaller size TV with a built in DVDplayer then this may be the TV for you. It can give you a great TV for a bedroom or a kid's room and it has a built in DVD player so you know you are getting quality and everything you need in one device.
Now bring the glory of high quality sound with Sharp AQUOS 26-inch LC-26DV28UT LCD HDTV providing a convenient built in DVD television solution with a distinctive style. It offers a 1366 x 768 pixels resolution, this LCD HDTV ensures content that is displayed with sharp details. Additionally, it features a side-loading progressive scan DVD player, a high contrast ratio with low-reflection glare protection. It also has high performance LCD panel provides high brightness so that you can put them virtually anywhere-even near a window, door and the picture is still vivid. With its high contrast ratio, it offers incredible images whether you are watching dark or bright scenes. This TV is packed with options and would make a great addition to any room in your house. Be sure to buy yours today.
The AQUOS 26-inch HDTV is available at Dell for $449.99.
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