Sony Bravia KDL-V40XBR1

When flat-panel LCDs started appearing in the form of computer monitors, few doubted that the regular television set will be next to receive a huge (or thin?) revamp. One nice advancement afforded by LCD technology is that LCD displays offer more pixels per given screen size than any other consumer display technology, such as the age-old cathode ray tube or CRT. They also produce less heat, take up less space, and possibly require less energy.

The new Sony Bravia KDL-V40XBR1 (that's certainly a mouthful... or is it screenful?) is one of Sony's newest large-screen LCD high-definition televisions. Take note, dear reader: the Bravia KDL-V40XBR1 is primarily an HDTV, designed for optimal performance with an HD input source. That said, let's take a closer look at this HDTV bad boy from Sony.


Naaa... this is just so expensive for me... I can't afford it yet... but it is very cool having one...

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