Sceptre has unveiled its 2012 line of TVs at CES 2012. The TVs have several models with integrated DVD or Blu-ray players to save space. One of the sets is also the first to have 3D tech and an integrated Blu-ray player.
The new line includes the 3D DVD series with 42-inch and 32-inch screen version sporting Blu-ray on the larger set and the 32-inch set has a DVD player. The 3D set uses polarized glasses. The 30 LED series come in 55-inch, 42-inch, and 32-inch versions all with 1920 x 1080 resolution.
Other sets include the 46-inch super slim WiFi packing and 40-inch TVs. The company is also showing off the LCD series with 50-inch and 40-inch screens. Sceptre also has sets this year in 22-inch and 32-inch sizes with interchangeable color cases.
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