Haier Releases New LED HDTV Line At CES 2010

Posted: Jan 8 2010, 12:19am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:46pm CDT, in News | CES

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More HDTVs hit CES 2010 yesterday, when Haier unveiled their latest slim LED line-up. It includes 46", 40", 32", 24", 22" and 19" models. The 19" and 22" models will ship out this month, and the rest will follow. These are some seriously thin TVs; Haier brags that the 46" and 40" models are only 1.2" thick. To help you keep things matching, Haier is also selling a new line of high gloss black and white cabinets, made for these TVs. All new Haier HDTVs have the USB TimeShift function, which allows them to pause, rewind, or fast forward whatever program you happen to be watching, no DVR needed. Just stick a USB drive in the port and you'll get up to the drive's memory in playback length.

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