Sceptre Unveils Chrome Clad TV

Posted: Mar 10 2010, 8:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:56pm CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

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Shiny chrome is usually something associated with cars and motorcycles. Sceptre has offered up a new HDTV that is clad in chrome and looks pretty darn cool. The set is the X240CC-FHD and has a 16:9 aspect ratio. The screen is 24-inches and the set offers full 1080p resolution.

The contrast ratio is 4000:1 and the set has a pair of HDMI ports with a panel response time of 2ms. Brightness for the screen is 300cd/m2 and the set supports 16.7 million colors. Inputs include composite, component, HDMI, DVI, and VGA.

When connected to a PC the max resolution is 1920 x 1080, which is typical for most 24-inch PC LCDs today. The set also has integrated ATSC and NTSC tuners. The set weighs 13.12 pounds and has SPDIF output for connecting to speakers or receivers. The TV can be bought on Newegg and at retail locations like Target and Sears for $399.

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