Vizio RazorLED 22" 1080p Wifi LED LCD HDTV For $210 + Free Shipping

Posted: Aug 31 2010, 3:49am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 31 2010, 3:56am CDT, in Shopping | Home Entertainment

 

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At Dell Small Business, search for "A4041061" to find the Vizio RazorLED 22" 10800p LED-Backlit Widescreen LCD HD Television, model no. M221NV, for $249.99. Coupon code "DB6XV?3B5CP1TN" cuts it to $209.99. With free shipping, that's the lowest total price we could find by $28. Sales tax is added where applicable. This HDTV features a native resolution of 1920x1080 (1080p), edge-lit LED backlight, 50,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, 450 cd/m² brightness, 802.11n wireless connectivity, Vizio Internet App support for streaming Netflix, Amazon VOD, Vudu, and more, two HDMI inputs, VGA, component, and other video inputs. Coupon ends September 2.
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