My parents gift-wrapped me an Insignia 25” LCD TV and I can use that for gaming. The TV can do picture within picture like a virtual thing, has a monitor output, S-video inputs, and is a really thin TV. I got it hooked up by myself, and was playing Dead or Alive 2 on it on Christmas. Star Wars – A
Specs of Insignia 25" Widescreen HD-Ready Flat-Panel LCD TV Speculations:
Screen size - 25”
Aspect Ratio 16.9
Display Type LCD
Digitally Compatible Yes, HDTV ready
Pixels 1280x760 (1.15 Gigapixels)
Contrast Ratio 600:1
Brightness 450 cd/m²
All supported Picture in Picture, S-Video input, composite video input, RGB input, 5 Watt speakers, 2 speakers, V-Chip
My old TV was decent in 1996. The older Sanyo was an analog only 19” TV that served countless usage on N64 and Dreamcast or watching movies. I almost passionately attached too it, but I’ll have two TVs when I move out in a couple years. Perhaps, I can use one in my bedroom, and the other in the living room?
My parents gave me a DVD player too which is able to play NTSC & PAL DVDs, MPEG, JPEG, GIF,
The Samsung SCH-a650 has AOL Instant Messenger, E-mail with pictures, caller ID, color LCD. It’s a basic cell phone I know. The SCH-a650 can broadcast digital signals, lasts 24 hours on standby, 1.5 hours of talk time, and can fully charge in 3 hours time. I don’t know what I shall use it for?
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