jtw said: ~$250 might be the lowest you can go for a brand name 1080p 32" tv, so this is a pretty decent deal.
However, generic 720p 32" tvs go for as low as ~$150-$180. ~$250 refurb on Newegg, i want new. i need 1080p, it's gonna be used as a computer display as well as TV. i think it is a good deal, i will think till tonight.
My local Best Buy had a (new) 32" 1080p Insignia LED LCD for $229 (Link .) The TV and bezel looked fairly attractive. I ended up getting the 40" for $279, due to the need for a bit of a larger size. (Insignia 40" LCD )
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